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Wide Receivers

The were 32 WRs selected in the 2023 draft, as follows:

Round 1 - Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Quentin Johnston, Zay Flowers, Jordan Addison

Round 2Jonathan Mingo, Jayden Reed, Rashee Rice, Marvin Mims

Round 3Nathaniel Dell, Jalin Hyatt, Cedric Tillman, Josh Downs, Michael Wilson, Tre Tucker

Round 4Darius Davis, Charlie Jones, Tyler Scott

Round 5 - Justin Shorter, Dontayvion Wicks, Puka Nacua

Round 6 - Parker Washington, Trey Palmer, Kayshon Boutte, A.T. Perry, Xavier Hutchinson, Andrei Iosivas, Demario Douglas

Round 7 - Antoine Green, Colton Dowell, Jalen Brooks, Ronnie Bell, Grant DuBose

1) Marvin Harrison Jr. | 6'3 | 209 | WR | Ohio State

MHJ has been a juggernaut over the past two seasons, amassing 28 TDs and nearly 2,500 yards across 144 receptions. He uses his exceptional length and play speed to get atop of coverage, whilst displaying reliable hands and nifty route work. He's a match up problem who's very tough to keep at bay. 

9/2 - Indiana - Looked good as a perimeter threat, but was limited by meh QB play., catching just 2 balls. 

9/23 - Notre Dame - Harrison caught just 3 balls for 32 yards. He ran good routes and was able to stack the defender a couple times, showed plus blocking skills. He was defended well, however, so no indictments here. He still looks very good. 

10/21 - Harrison showed why he's the best WR in the nation. He was unstoppable, hauling in 11 catches for 162 yards, 1 TD. He flashed an amazing blend of speed, size, route running and body control. Kalen King might end up being a Round-1 CB, yet he couldn't hem his WR up.

2) Rome Odunze | 6'3 | 212 | WR | Washington

Odunze has excellent size and the wheels to match. He's an alpha WR, someone who's capable of taking a game over. He accumulated 81 receptions for 1,481 yards with 13 TDs. He competes at an insanely high level, and is able to shake off coverage against even the best DBs. He's another top-10 WR1 prospect. 

10/14 - Oregon - Had a great game, showing off plus route running and great hands, was able to win against tough coverage. He had 8 catches for 122 yards, 2 TDs. He was by far Washington's main desired target.

3) Malik Nabers | 6'0 | 200 | WR | LSU

Nabers has adequate size and play speed to match. He runs excellent routes and simply knows how to get open. While very prolific last season, he went off this year, catching 86 passes for 1,546 yards, good for 14 TDs. He's a top-10 value for a team needing a WR1.

9/3 - Florida State - Nabers showed off good functional speed with his routes along with some shiftiness. While he did haul in 6 catches, he did struggle to shake off coverage on a few notable plays. 

10/7 - Missouri - Nabers had a very good game, caught 6 balls for 146 yards, 1 TD. His combination of size, strength, and dawg was too much to contain. 

10/14 - Auburn - Nabers drew very good coverage in the form of James and Pritchett, but still founds success getting open, more so on the former. He went 6/89 with 1 TD.

4) Brian Thomas Jr. | 6'3 | 209 | WR | LSU

9/3 - Florida State - Had a great game, catching 7 balls for 142 yards, 1 TD. He was a matchup nightmare for the DBs, using his speed and strength to body defenders.

10/7 - Missouri - Was very solid, occupied better coverage so his teammate Nabers could explode. Thomas had 4 catches for 66 yards and 1 TD, looked the part. 

10/14 - Auburn - Thomas was quiet today, caught just 2 balls for 7 yards.  He mostly drew Pritchett in coverage, who's a great CB. 

5) Adonai Mitchell | 6'2 | 205 | WR | Texas

9/9 - Alabama - Mitchell had just 3 catches, but impressed with his 78 yards gained in doing so. He stacked coverage well and showed great hands and ball concentration. 

10/7 - Oklahoma - Had just 3 receptions for 33 yards, didn't have the success getting open as others did. He looked average today. 

6) Keon Coleman | 6'3 | 215 | WR | Florida State

Coleman has great size and is an absolute dawg when going after the ball. He has the speed to take defenders deep, whilst being able to win 50/50 balls. He's too physical for smaller DBs, and even when his routes and sharp, he can box out coverage. His route running could be improved upon, but is certainly good enough for him to routinely produce. He ended up with 50 receptions for 658 yards, 11 TDs. 

9/3 - LSU - Coleman had a terrific game, looked like the best offensive weapon on either side of the field in this one. He went 9/122 with 3 TDs. He ran with speed on deep routes, while displaying physicality in high-pointing the ball and coming down with it. No matter who covered him, he was able to get open. 

7) Ladd McConkey | 6'0 | 185 | WR | Georgia

9/16 - South Carolina - Not a single reception, wasn't part of the game plan.

10/14 - Vanderbilt - Looked very solid today, did a great job of finding soft spots within zone coverage. He had 4 catches for 58 yards. 

8) Xavier Legette | 6'1 | 221 | WR | South Carolina

9/16 - Georgia - Legette was the best WR on the field today. He ran powerful routes and was excellent going up for the ball. He caught 7 balls for 71 yards, was looked to very often.

9) Malachi Corley | 5'11 | 215 | WR | Western Kentucky

10) Xavier Worthy | 5'11 | 165 | WR | Texas

9/9 - Alabama - Worthy was impressive. He showed off great speed, enough to get open against McKinstry, one of the nation's best CBs. In addition to flashy speed, he ran good routes, placed himself nicely to get the ball.

10/7 - Oklahoma - Was targeted often with good reason. He ran fast, slippery routes, was a challenge to bottle up. He had 8 catches for 108 yards. 

11) Ricky Pearsall | 6'1 | 190 | WR | Florida

12) Troy Franklin | 6'2 | 176 | WR | Oregon

9/9 - Texas Tech - Franklin flashed deep speed, coupled with the ability to stack CBs. He had 6 catches for 103 yards, 1 TD. He looked like a legitimate #1 target at times. 

10/14 - Washington - Had a very impressive outing, posting 8 catches for 154 yards, 1 TD. His ability to get deep and beat coverages was on display, as he was too much to contain as a whole. 

13) Ja'Lynn Polk | 6'2 | 204 | WR | Washington

14) Devontez Walker | 6'2 | 200 | WR | North Carolina

11/11 - Duke - Had  monster game, kicking things off with  one-handed catch down the sideline.  He showed off good speed and route running, was tough to defend. 

15) Roman Wilson | 6'0 | 192 | WR | Michigan

10/7 - Minnesota - Wilson caught just 3 balls for 56 yards, but that's no knock on his play. He showed off plus route running and very good speed at all levels.

16) Jalen McMillan | 6'1 | 182 | WR | Washington

17) Johnny Wilson | 6'6 | 235 | WR | Florida State

9/3 - LSU - Wilson did have a couple bad drops, which shouldn't be overlooked. However, he made up with it through his 7-catch 104 yard performance. He used his long frame to box out defenders, provided a big target for his QB. He proved to be a matchup nightmare against smaller DBs. 

18) Jermaine Burton | 6'0 | 200 | WR | Alabama

9/9 - Texas - Burton looked the part with his TD reception, but meh DB play enabled him just 2 receptions. His play speed and ability to get open was apparent. 

10/7 - Texas A&M - Had an excellent game, victimized DeBerry all game. He had 9 catches for 197 yards, 2 TDs.

19) Malik Washington | 5'8 | 192 | WR | Virginia

20) Javon Baker | 6'1 | 208 | WR | UCF

21) Jamari Thrash | 6'1 | 180 | WR | Louisville 

22) Brenden Rice | 6'3 | 210 | WR | USC

23) Jacob Cowing | 5'8 | 170 | WR | Arizona

9/9 - Mississippi State - Cowing was a reliable underneath target, caught 7 balls but for just 31 yards. He also lost a fumble. He looked decent overall, not special. 

24) Luke McCaffrey | 6'2 | 195 | WR | Rice

25) Ainias Smith | 5'10 | 190 | WR | Texas A&M

10/7 - Alabama - 4 catches for 88 yards, flashed speed in all facets of the game. 

26) Jalen Coker | 6'1 | 208 | WR | Holy Cross

27) Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint | 6'1 | 195 | WR | Georgia

28) Ryan Flournoy | 6'2 | 197 | WR | SE Missouri State

29) Tahj Washington | 5'10 | 177 | WR | USC

30) Cornelius Johnson | 6'2 | 212 | WR | Michigan

31) Jordon Whittington | 6'1 | 209 | WR | Texas

9/9 - Alabama - He caught just 3 balls for 44 yards, but he provided a big-bodied target as needed, drawing attention. 

10/7 - Oklahoma - Was a key target as the game progressed, showed his ability to be a good underneath threat. He had 10 catches for 115 yards. 

32) Bub Means | 6'1 | 212 | WR | Pittsburgh

33) Isaiah Williams | 5'10 | 185 | WR | Illinois

34) Anthony Gould | 5'8 | 165 | WR | Oregon State

999) Emeka Egbuka | 6'1 | 205 | WR | Ohio State

999) Tory Horton | 6'2 | 190 | WR | Colorado State

999) Moose Muhammad | 6'1 | 205 | WR | Texas A&M

999) J. Michael Sturdivant | 6'3 | 205 | WR | UCLA

999) Keandre Lambert-Smith | 6'1 | 188 | WR | Penn State999) Keandre Lambert-Smith | 6'1 | 188 | WR | Penn State

999) Jaylin Noel | 5'10 | 190 | WR | Iowa State

999) Oronde Gadsden | 6'3 | 210 | WR | Syracuse

999) Will Sheppard | 6'1 | 200 | WR | Colorado

999) Julian Fleming | 6'2 | 210 | WR | Nebraska

999) Antwane Wells | 6'0 | 200 | WR | Ole Miss

999) Colbie Young | 6'5 | 215 | WR | Georgia

999) Dominic Lovett | 5'10 | 180 | WR | Georgia

999) Kris Mitchell | 6'1 | 175 | WR | Florida International

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