NFL Draft 2015: Top 10 Wide Receiver Prospects

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Feb 21, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Kevin White puts on his shoes during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

As a person who watches college football for 12 hours every Saturday in the fall, you may find my rankings are going to differ from most “experts”.  Sure, you can learn a lot about a guy by fast forwarding through a tape with a camera isolation on a certain player, but football is a game played on emotion.

If you don’t know the rivalries, understand the magnitude of the game you’re watching or keep up with the off the field happenings leading up to a game, how can you really determine what you’re going to get out of a player week in and week out?  I don’t pay a ton of attention to what a guy does at the combine, as last I checked football isn’t played in shorts and a t-shirt.

There’s no doubting the wide receiver class in the 2015 NFL Draft is one of the deepest we have seen in a long time.  If teams have a need at wide receiver they can get a good one anywhere in the first two or three rounds.

Instead of needing to look at one or two guys and decide if you can fit them into your system, teams have the luxury this year of drafting whichever style wide receiver fits them.  If you want a possession guy, a speed guy, a timing/route runner guy…etc, you name it, they’re all their.

So if you’re interested in learning where I feel these receivers should really be ranked and why, continue on to the next page.

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