WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, Southern California* (6’1”, 195)

Background: Brother is NFL receiver Equanimeous St. Brown. Five-star recruit who burst onto the scene to the tune of 60-750-3 (12.5), then expanded his production to 77-1,042-6 (13.5) before going 41-478-7 (11.7) last year and declaring for the draft. Positives: Pretty well-built for the pro receiver position, with above-average height and adequate bulk. Typically linesContinue reading “WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, Southern California* (6’1”, 195)”

WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina (5’11”, 190)

Background: Did a little bit of everything in high school but was often considered a cornerback recruit. However, was used as a receiver from his true freshman season at North Carolina, starting two of nine games the first year and finishing with 18-227-0 (12.6). Started six games the following year and went 44-506-2 (11.5), thenContinue reading “WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina (5’11”, 190)”

WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan (5’9”, 190)

Background: Appeared in a reserve capacity as a freshman, catching seventeen passes. Stepped into a starting role the following year and went 30-506-3 (16.9), then saw his production expand to 38-776-3 (20.4) as a junior. Ended up breaking his collarbone four games into his senior year, which led to a medical redshirt; had been playingContinue reading “WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan (5’9”, 190)”

WR Seth Williams, Auburn* (6’3”, 211)

Background: Chose Auburn over the hometown Crimson Tide. Has been a significant contributor in each year with the Tigers, going 26-534-5 (20.5) as a freshman, 59-830-8 (14.1) as a sophomore, and 47-760-4 (16.2) as a junior before declaring for the draft. Positives: Taks snaps predominantly split out wide to the right side of the formation,Continue reading “WR Seth Williams, Auburn* (6’3”, 211)”

WR Tamorrion Terry, Florida St.* (6’4”, 210)

Background: Redshirted in 2017, then immediately stepped into a starting role the following year. Finished with a line of 35-744-8 (21.3), then enjoyed an even bigger year in 2019, going 60-1,188-9 (19.8), then was limited to just five games this past year, catching 23-289-1 (12.6) before declaring for the draft. Positives: Massive wideout who checksContinue reading “WR Tamorrion Terry, Florida St.* (6’4”, 210)”

WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville* (5’9”, 165)

Background: Was a dual-threat quarterback in high school but converted to receiver when he arrived at Louisville. Finished fourth on the team in receiving as a freshman, posting 24-406-2 (16.9), then stepped into the starting lineup and went 70-1,276-12 (18.2) as a sophomore and 46-625-7 (13.6) as a junior before declaring for the draft. Positives:Continue reading “WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville* (5’9”, 165)”

WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma St. (6’0”, 190)

Background: Has been a major contributor for the past three seasons after catching seven passes as a freshman. Enjoyed by far his most productive season as a sophomore: 86-1,491-12 (17.3). Followed that up with seasons of 53-903-8 (17.0) in 2019 and 59-922-6 (15.6) in 2020 to close out his collegiate career. Positives: Usually takes snapsContinue reading “WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma St. (6’0”, 190)”

WR Terrace Marshall Jr., Louisiana St.

WR Terrace Marshall Jr., Louisiana St.* (6’3”, 200) Background: Five-star recruit despite missing most of his senior season of high school with an ankle injury. Caught twelve passes as a freshman, then enjoyed a strong sophomore season line of 46-671-13 (14.6) despite playing behind Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase. Posted 48-731-10 (15.2) this season beforeContinue reading “WR Terrace Marshall Jr., Louisiana St.”

WR Rondale Moore, Purdue

WR Rondale Moore, Purdue** (5’7”, 180) Background: Burst onto the scene with a monster freshman season, posting 114-1,258-12 (11.0); also ran the ball 21-213-2. However, was limited to a total of just seven games over the two subsequent seasons, finishing with a combined 64-657-2 over those campaigns before declaring for the draft. Positives: Considered aContinue reading “WR Rondale Moore, Purdue”

WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota

WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota* (6’0”, 190) Background: Has been a major contributor for all three seasons. Caught 51-704-6 (13.8) as a freshman, then broke out the following year to the tune of 60-1,219-11 (20.3). Followed that up with 36-472-2 (13.1) as a junior over five games before opting out of the remainder of the seasonContinue reading “WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota”