Amari Cooper (1)
Kevin White (1)
DeVante Parker (1)
Phillip Dorset (1) – IN the right offense, coach, and QB he could give you a ton, and also a good punt returner. In the wrong system could be a complete bust.
Breshad Perriman (1)
Nelson Agholor (1-2) I put Agholor over beckham becaused beckham hasn’t played in 2 years and big receivers that can field punts like Agholor are rare.
Dorial Green-Beckham (1-2)
Devin Smith (2) – The one thing that stands out about him is you never see him drop a ball and he has an UNCANNY ability to track down and catch deep balls. Theres a spot in the NFL for guys like him but he’s also sorta a boom or bust pick because he does nothing else other than catch bombs.
Rashad Greene (2) – Kinda like a poor mans Devante Parker
Jaelen Strong (3) – Already covered him.
Sammie Coates 4 He will drop an occassional ball but is athletic enough to give you some big plays. However, I just can’t picture him ever being a starting receiver in the NFL and I’m not gonna spend .more than a 3rd round pick on someone I cant see starting right away
Devin Funchess If he were a bit faster he’d be a first round pick. Could be a great value in round 4-5.
Maxx Williams (1-2) – This is the most complete tight end I’ve seen in some time. He can REALLY REALLY block and catch too. He doesn’t seem like the greatest athlete but not bad. If you really need a tight end I’d take him in round 1 if not probably round 2-3
Clive Walford 4-5: Nice body but not a real instinctive blocker. Inconsistent hands
Jesse James* 4-7: Not enough tape to see him blocking but the QB favors him in the passing game which tells you something
MyCole Pruitt* udfa – Has too much of a lag and windup from when he decides to do something and when he does it.
*Only one game available