The first receiver did not come off the board until 15 last year. That receiver was Corey Coleman. The next three receivers (Will Fuller, Josh Dotson and Laquan Treadwell) came off the board with the 21st, 22nd and 23rd picks. Treadwell went into the draft process as the number 1 receiver according to some draft guides. If other positions (i.e. QB, DE, S and CB) are prioritized more than the receiver it is quite possible they will fall down the board. Mike Williams could fall a bit if he runs a 4.5 forty.
None of last year’s receivers are as good as Williams and Davis. I think Coleman and Ross are comparable, but Williams and Davis are as good of wide receiver prospects as you’re going to find in a draft. If Davis runs a sub 4.44, I don’t think either get to us.
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