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Wide Receiver Rankings: Breaking down the best wide receivers in college football

Antoine Tshiyombo @draftday101 – Antoine is our west coast scout for Draft Diamonds who breaks down FBS prospects. Today he breaks down the top wide receivers in college football, regardless if they are staying in school or entering the draft.

1. Jameson Williams Alabama Grade: 175 Style: HWS

2. Treylon Burks Arkansas Grade: 174 Style: BSLT

3. Drake London Southern California Grade: 174 Style: CC

4. George Pickens Georgia Grade: 174 Style: HWS

5. Garrett Wilson Ohio State Grade: 174 Style: YAC

6. Jahan Doctson Pennsylvania State Grade:173 Style:USDT

7. David Bell Purdue Grade:170 Style: HWS

8. Xavier Hutchinson Iowa State: 170 Style: HWS

9. Chris Olave Ohio State Grade:169 Style: RR

10. Jalen Tolbert South Alabama Grade:168 Style: USDT

11. Khalil Shakir Boise State Grade: 160 Style: BSLT

12. Romeo Doubs Nevada Grade:156 Style:HWS

13. Jaquarii Roberson Wake Forest Grade:151 Style:CC

14. Wan’Dale Robinson Kentucky Grade:147 Style:GT

15. Jaivon Heiligh  Coastal Carolina Grade:142 Style: CC

16. Bo Melton Rutgers Grade:138 Style: RS/YAC

17. Zay Flowers Boston College Grade:129 Style:YAC

18. Calvin Austin III Memphis Grade: 127 Style: USDT

19. Jalen Cooper Fresno State Grade:128 Style: YAC

20. Reggie Roberson Southern Methodist Grade:126 Style: RR

21. Christian Watson North Dakota State Grade: 124  Style: HWS

22. Corey Sutton Appalachian State Grade:123 Style:HWS

23. Velus Jones JR Tennessee Grade: 122 Style: RS/YAC

24. Josh Vann South Carolina Grade:110 Style: USDT

25. Emeka Emezie North Carolina State Grade:106  Style: HWS

26. Erik Ezukanma Texas Tech Grade:106 Style: CC

27. Tre Turner Virginia Tech Grade:105 Style:CC

28. Alec Pierce Cincinnati Grade: 99 Style: CC

29. Jayden Reed Michigan State Grade:96 Style: BSLT

30. Justyn Ross Clemson Grade:93 Style: HWS

31. Tanner Conner Idaho State Grade:85 Style: HWS

32. Tay Martin Oklahoma State Grade: 73  Style:CC

33. Avery Davis Notre Dame Grade:71  Style: YAC

34. Chris Autman-Bell Minnesota Grade: 70 Style: CC

35. Isaiah Wetson Northern Iowa Grade: 69  Style: CC

36. Jerreth Sterns Western Kentucky Grade: 63 Style: STL

37. Danny Gray Southern Methodist Grade: 62 Style:YAC

38. John Johnson III Oregon Grade: 46 Style: RR

39. Calvin Turner Hawaii Grade:23 Style:YAC

40. Ty Fryfogle Indiana Grade:20 Style: CC


Keys

HWS: Hight weight speed(D.K Metcalf)

SLT: Slot only ( Hunter Renfrow)

BSLT: Big Slot ( Mike Thomas)

CC: Contested Catch (Micheal Pittman JR)

RS: Return Specialist (DeAndre Carter)

USDT: Undersized Deep-threat (Tyreke Hill)

RR: Pure Route Runner (Keenan Allen)

GT: Gadget (Deebo Samuel)

YAC: Yards after Catch( A.J Brown)


200-190=Elite Prospect/ Franchise Building block

189-175= 1st Round Prospect/Pro Bowl Talent

174-150= 2nd Round Prospect/ Above Average Starter

149-125= 3rd Round Prospect/ Starter

124-100= 4th Round Prospect/ Potential Starter front line back up

99-75= 5th Round Prospect/ Role player

74-50=6th Round Prospect/Specialist potential back up

49-25= 7th Round Prospect/ Project

24-10= Undrafted Free agent

9–1=Camp body not pro talent

NFL Draft Diamonds was created to assist the underdogs playing the sport. We call them diamonds in the rough. My name is Damond Talbot, I have worked extremely hard to help hundreds of small school players over the past several years, and will continue my mission. We have several contributors on this site, and if they contribute their name and contact will be in the piece above. You can email me at nfldraftdiamonds@gmail.com

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