Wednesday, April 22, 2015

2015 NFL Draft: Top 5 Positional Rankings: WR and TE




#1/Big Wide Receivers 




1. AMARI COOPER-BAMA 
6-1/211
NFL Comparison: Antonio Brown/Marvin Harrison
Draft Range: Top 10
2014 College Stats: 
124 receptions
1727 receiving yards
16 total TD


2. KEVIN WHITE-WEST VIRGINIA 
6-3/215
NFL Comparison: slightly smaller Julio Jones/DeAndre Hopkins
Draft Range: Top 10
2014 College Stats: 
109 receptions
1447 receiving yards
10 total TD

3. DAVANTE PARKER-LOUISVILLE 
6-3/209
NFL Comparison: Jordy Nelson
Draft Range: 7-14
2014 College Stats: 
43 receptions
855 receiving yards
5 total TD
NOTE: only played in 7 games due to an injury
2013 Stats:
55 receptions
885 receiving yards
12 total TD

4. JAELEN STRONG-ARIZONA ST. 
6-2/217
NFL Comparison: faster Anquan Boldin
Draft Range: 12-32
2014 College Stats: 
82 receptions
1165 receiving yards
10 total TD

5. DORIAL GREEN BECKHAM-OKLAHOMA 
6-5/237
NFL Comparison: Plaxico Buress
Draft Range: Mid 1st-3rd RD
Did not play in 2014
2013 Stats: 
59 receptions
883 receiving yards
12 total TD


Slot/Speed Wide Receivers 




1. NELSON AGHOLOR-USC 
6-0/198
NFL Comparison: Jeremy Maclin
Draft Range: 20-Early 2nd RD
2014 College Stats: 
104 receptions
1313 receiving yards
14 total TD

2. BRESHAD PERRIMAN-UCF  
6-2/217
NFL Comparison: Mike Wallace
Draft Range: 10-26
2014 College Stats: 
50 receptions
1044 receiving yards
9 total TD

3. PHILLIP DORSETT-MIAMI
5-10/185
NFL Comparison: DeSean Jackson
Draft Range: Late 1st-2nd
2014 College Stats: 
36 receptions
871 receiving yards
10 total TD

4. TYLER LOCKETT-KANSAS ST.
5-10/182
NFL Comparison: Randall Cobb
Draft Range: 2nd-3rd
2014 College Stats: 
106 receptions
 receiving yards
1515 total TD

5. DEVIN SMITH-OHIO ST.
6-0/196
NFL Comparison: Kenny Stills
Draft Range: 2nd-3rd
2014 College Stats:
33 receptions
931 receiving yards
12 total TD


Tight Ends 

1. MAXX WILLIAMS-MINNESOTA   
6-4/249
NFL Comparison: Kyle Rudolph
Draft Range: Late 1st-2nd
2014 College Stats: 
36 receptions
569 receiving yards
8 total TD

2. CLIVE WALFORD-MIAMI
6-4/251
NFL Comparison: Jermaine Gresham
Draft Range: 2nd-3rd
2014 College Stats: 
44 receptions
676 receiving yards
7 total TD

3. DEVIN FUNCHESS-MICHIGAN   
6-4/232
NFL Comparison: Gavin Escobar as a TE/Malcolm Floyd as a WR
Draft Range: 2nd-3rd
2014 College Stats: 
62 receptions
733 receiving yards
4 total TD

4. TYLER KROFT 
6-5/246
NFL Comparison: Travis Kelce  
Draft Range: 3rd-5th
2014 College Stats: 
24 receptions
269 receiving yards
0 total TD
Used mainly as a blocking TE in 2014
2013 Stats:
43 receptions
573 receiving yards
4 TD

5. NICK O'LEARY-FSU  
6-3/252
NFL Comparison: James Casey/Dallas Clark
Draft Range: 3rd-5th
2014 College Stats: 
48 receptions
618 receiving yards
6 total TD



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