Ranking The 2019 NFL Draft WR Class In Year Three: Who Tops The List?

Terry McLaurin, 2019 NFL Draft. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Terry McLaurin, 2019 NFL Draft. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /
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Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers
2019 NFL Draft pick Deebo Samuel. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports /

Re-ranking the 2019 NFL Draft wide receiver class in year three. Who takes the top spot in a wild class?

The 2019 NFL Draft process was one full of debate. From a one-quarterback class to a ton of talent on the defensive line, it was a class of interesting picks at the top. The Clelin Ferrell and Daniel Jones selections were interesting to say the least, and the Dave Gettleman proclamation of “wait three years” isn’t looking good. Not to mention, the Giants’ rival, Washington, took a quarterback who’s no longer with the team. The Raiders basically botched three selections, Brian Burns and Jeffery Simmons fell into the teens, and the Packers moved around selecting two defensive talents in the first.

The wide receiver class was one of serious debate at the top. From arguments discussing dominator rating, three cone times, age, and more, there was a serious divide between sections of analysts covering the NFL Draft. There were plenty of great moments throughout the process, from a certain breakout at the Senior Bowl to a 40 time that had everyone swooning.

All in all, it ended up a class that only featured two first round selections. There were plenty of receivers selected on day two, and a certain run at the end of the second round will be looked at for a long time. A player who many in the draft sphere were high on fell all the way to day three as well. There have been clear breakout stars and clear busts in the class, and we’re here to sift through it all.

Let’s re-rank the 2019 NFL Draft receiver class as the players traverse their way through year three.