WR Tyre Brady, Marshall

6’3” – 211 lbs. – N/A Originally attended Miami, where he spent two years; did not record any statistics as a freshman, but started three of eight games the following year (9-112-1). Sat out the 2016 season while transferring to Marshall, then immediately became a major contributor, posting 62-942-8 in his first season with theContinue reading “WR Tyre Brady, Marshall”

WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio St.

6’0” – 208 lbs. – 4.35 Four-star recruit who didn’t record any statistics as a freshman, but caught 11-114-2 the following year before becoming a more regular contributor as a junior (29-436-6). Enjoyed his most productive year in 2018 to conclude his collegiate career (35-701-11). Has a strong build with adequate size and solid bulkContinue reading “WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio St.”

WR Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska

6’0” – 202 lbs. – 4.53 Not related to former pro receiver Stanley Morgan. Has been contributing since his first season, in which he started three games and returned kicks. Posted 25-304-3 and 33-453-2 in his first two seasons with the Cornhuskers, then broke out the following season en route to 61-986-10. Finished his careerContinue reading “WR Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska”

WR Riley Ridley, Georgia*

6’1” – 199 lbs. – 4.58 Brother is Falcons receiver Calvin Ridley. Played sparingly over his first two seasons with the Bulldogs, going 12-238-2 and 14-218-2 before stepping into the starting lineup and posting 43-559-9 this past season, whereupon he decided to forego his senior season and declare for the draft. Has solid height forContinue reading “WR Riley Ridley, Georgia*”

WR Preston Williams, Colorado St.*

6’4” – 211 lbs. – 4.55 Originally attended Tennessee, where he played sparingly for two seasons before transferring to Colorado St., which required him to sit out the 2017 season. Transfer was reportedly due to being arrested for assaulting his girlfriend. This past year, had an incredibly productive campaign of 96-1,345-14 and subsequently decided toContinue reading “WR Preston Williams, Colorado St.*”

WR Penny Hart, Georgia St.*

5’8” – 180 lbs. – N/A Burst onto the scene in his first season at Georgia St., catching 71-1,099-8, then missed nearly all of the 2016 season after sustaining a broken foot. Came back to go 74-1,121-8 the following year, then managed just 49-669-2 in 2018. Did not receive a Combine invite but impressed atContinue reading “WR Penny Hart, Georgia St.*”

WR Parris Campbell Jr., Ohio St.

6’0” – 205 lbs. – 4.31 Redshirted his first season with the Buckeyes, then was a marginal contributor over the next two seasons, catching 13-121-0 as a sophomore before being more integrated into the offense in 2017, catching 40-584-3 and adding another 10-132-1 on the ground. Broke out as a senior, ending up with anContinue reading “WR Parris Campbell Jr., Ohio St.”

WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona St.*

6’2” – 228 lbs. – 4.53 Was born in the Caribbean and moved to the United States as a child. Has been a major contributor since his freshman season, one in which he posted 58-659-5. Followed that up with seasons of 82-1,142-8 and 73-1,088-9 before deciding to declare for the draft. Tall, long-limbed, and well-builtContinue reading “WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona St.*”

WR Miles Boykin, Notre Dame

6’4” – 220 lbs. – 4.42 Was a little-used receiver for the first three seasons of his collegiate career, with his biggest season being 12-253-1 as a junior, then stepped into a starting role and put together 54-803-8 in his final year at Notre Dame. Big split end with excellent size for the boundary atContinue reading “WR Miles Boykin, Notre Dame”

WR Mecole Hardman, Georgia*

5’10” – 187 lbs. – 4.33 Played quarterback and on defense in high school, then appeared in a special-teams role with the Bulldogs in 2016. Started one of fifteen games played at receiver the following year, going 25-418-4 and adding two rushing touchdowns. Went 34-532-7 as a receiver his past year before declaring for theContinue reading “WR Mecole Hardman, Georgia*”