Breaking down the 2020 Senior Bowl wide receiver group. Who could have a big week?
It’s almost time! One of the best parts of the NFL Draft process, the Senior Bowl, is set to begin this coming week. The best seniors from the 2019 college football season will all be in one place to practice for a few days and play in a game. The entire draft community descends on Mobile for the week to break down the practices and watch how prospects perform in one-on-ones and other drills. There are always winners who improve their draft stock.
Here at NFL Mocks, we are going position by position to preview everyone who’s going to be down in Mobile participating. It started with the quarterbacks, and now we are on to the wide receiver position. In the last few years, we’ve seen Senior Bowl receivers succeed in the NFL. From Terry McLaurin in 2019 to D.J. Chark in 2018 and Cooper Kupp in 2017, there are always impact players that come from this week.
In a deep class at the position, this could be the best group that the Senior Bowl has ever had. It may not have any first-round players, but the amount of day two talents is impressive. There are also so many different types of receivers this year, and it’ll be fun to watch them all work in practice.
So what are each receiver’s strengths and weaknesses, and what do they need to work on as they head down to Mobile to improve their draft stock? All that and more here in this Senior Bowl primer, so let’s dive in!