Wide Receivers

The were thirty-six WRs selected in the 2021 draft, as follows:

Round 1 - 5

Round 2 - 5

Round 3 - 5

Round 4 - 5

Round 5 - 3

Round 6 - 8

Round 7 - 5

 

The degree of WR talent in the 2021 draft was quite impressive. While twenty WRs in the first 4 rounds is good, the evaluation of said talent shows a strong group of guys that will contribute right away. 

The 2022 WR draft has playmakers that will of course be sought after. However, with the insane amount of top-heavy talent taken in both the 2020 and 2021 drafts, it's hard to see 2022 matching its predecessors. The depth of this group isn't as deep, but has some very good mid-level talent.

1) Garrett Wilson | 6'0 | 188 | WR | Ohio State -

2) Chris Olave | 6'0 | 185 | WR | Ohio State -

3) Justyn Ross | 6'3 | 205 | WR | Clemson - 

4) John Metchie | 6'0 | 195 | WR | Alabama -

5) Drake London | 6'5 | 210 | WR | USC -

6) Treylon Burks | 6'3 | 225 | WR | Arkansas -

7) David Bell | 6'2 | 205 | WR | Purdue - 

8) George Pickens | 6'3 | 200 | WR | Georgia -

8) Jahan Dotson | 5'11 | 182 | WR | Penn State -

10) Jadon Haselwood | 6'2 | 208 | WR | Oklahoma -

11) Zay Flowers | 5'11 | 178 | WR | Boston College -

12) Ty Fryfogle | 6'2 | 214 | WR | Indiana

13) Frank Ladson | 6'3 | 205 | WR | Clemson -

14) Joseph Ngata | 6'3 | 220 | WR | Clemson -

15) Chris Autman-Bell | 6'1 | 215 | WR | Minnesota

16) Johnny Johnson III | 6'0 | 198 | WR | Oregon

17) Jake Smith | 6'0 | 200 | WR | Texas

18) Reggie Roberson Jr. | 5'11 | 202 | WR | SMU - 

19) Romeo Doubs | 6'2 | 200 | WR | Nevada

20) Corey Sutton | 6'2 | 200 | WR | Appalachian State

21) Alec Pierce | 6'3 | 207 | WR | Cincinnati

22) Kyle Philips | 5'11 | 184 | WR | UCLA

23) Emeka Emezie | 6'2 | 208 | WR | NC State 

24) Samori Toure | 6'3 | 193 | WR | Nebraska

25) Jadan Blue | 6'0 | 185 | WR | Temple

26) Charleston Rambo | 6'1 | 175 | WR | Miami

27) Khalil Shakur | 6'0 | 188 | WR | Boise State

28) Braydon Johnson | 6'1 | 184 | WR | OK State

29) Mike Harley | 5'10 | 180 | WR | Miami