2016 NFL Draft Big Board: Post Week 1 Update

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Oct 11, 2014; Starkville, MS, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs wide receiver De

20. Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

Fuller is on the smaller side compared to the recent trend taking over the NFL. However, he plays a physical style of football and isn’t afraid to fight through contact. His draft stock is helped by his instincts and ability to recognize the developing plays. He needs all the little advantages he can get in order to overcome his less than ideal size.

Ball skills are another part of Fuller’s game that helps him stand out. He has the hands to pull down interceptions and instincts to track the ball in the air.

In-depth Kendall Fuller Scouting Report

19. De’Runnya Wilson, WR, Mississippi State

Wilson is a big and physical wide receiver who consistently wins in jump-ball situations. He’s the type of target that allows the quarterback to force the ball into coverage because the quarterback knows Wilson will fight for the ball. His thick frame plays dividends in that he’s able to box out defenders and keep them from breaking on the football.

This is a receiver who’s a natural pass catcher who consistently plucks the away from his frame and at its highest point. The only thing to keep an eye on is Wilson’s top-end speed. He’s not a burner, but doesn’t need to be thanks to his size advantage.

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In-depth De’Runnya Wilson Scouting Report

18. Corey Robinson, WR, Notre Dame

Robinson reminds me a lot of a young Randy Moss in the way he stretches the field. He has that long stride that allows him to quickly get up to full speed and the length to high point the football. Robinson features excellent body control that helps him make acrobatic catches, adjust to poorly thrown balls and make sure he gets his feet in bounds.

His lack of bulk and strength is a concern, but this is something an NFL strength coach can fix. Adding some weight to his frame would increase his durability and ability to battle defenders.

In-depth Corey Robinson Scouting Report

17. Duke Williams, WR, Auburn

Williams’ draft stock is the most volatile of the top receiver prospects. This is because he’s very raw as a player needing to improve his route-running, ability to read a defense and overall consistency. He’s in the 1st-round mix because he’s an explosive athlete capable of producing big-plays.

Auburn’s offensive attack doesn’t do Williams any favors as it rarely asks him to run pro-style routes and is heavily focused on running the ball. It’s not out of the question that teams become uncomfortable with Williams’ readiness and drop him on their boards.

In-depth Duke Williams Scouting Report

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