2024 NFL Combine Stock Report: Wide Receivers

Xavier Worthy
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This is the 2024 NFL Combine Stock Report for the wide receivers. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama
Jermaine Burton tested very well. He ran a 4.45 with a 1.53 10-yard split. He also posted a 38.5-inch vertical and an 11-1 broad jump. Only the broad jump stands out as great, so it was important that Burton performed at a high level in the on-field drills.

Jalen Coker, WR, Holy Cross
Holy Cross isn’t known for the talent it sends to the NFL, but Jalen Coker is looking to change that. Coker thrived at the combine. His 4.57 40 doesn’t sound great, but he ran a 1.52 10-yard split, which is very impressive for a 208-pound receiver. He also hit 42.5 inches in the vertical and 10-8 in the broad jump.

Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona
Jacob Cowing’s 4.38 40 was not a surprise, given that he’s just 168 pounds. However, he looked great in the on-field drills, so he was able to help his stock despite some poor testing numbers in the jumps.

Cornelius Johnson, WR, Michigan
Cornelius Johnson’s 4.44 40 was overshadowed by some better performances on Saturday, but his time was incredibly impressive, given his 6-3, 212-pound frame. Johnson, who also aced the vertical (37.5) and broad jump (10-7), looked good in the on-field drills.

Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina
Xavier Legette was somehow not the most impressive Xavier among the receivers at the combine despite running a 4.39 40 at 221 pounds. That time was ridiculous, as were his 10-yard split (1.54), vertical (40 inches) and broad jump (10-6).

Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice
Luke McCaffrey edged out his older brother Christian by two hundreths of a second. His 4.46 40 was solid, and his 10-yard split of 1.52 was even better. McCaffrey, however, shined brightest in the 3-cone and short shuttle. He had the second-fastest 3-cone (6.70) and fastest short shuttle. Some NFL teams value these metrics heavily, so McCaffrey definitely helped himself.

Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia
Ladd McConkey is known for his route running, so his great athleticism was a big surprise. McConkey shocked many with his 4.39 40 and 1.52 10-yard split. He also notched a 36-inch vertical and a 10-4 broad jump.

Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas
During most combines, people would come away talking about the 6-2, 205-pound receiver running a 4.34, and jumping 39.5 inches in the vertical and 11-4 in the broad jump. Mitchell showed off his great athleticism, as he made a case to be in the first round of this very crowded receiving class.

Rome Odunze, WR, Washington
Rome Odunze didn’t run a 4.21 40 or anything, but his 4.45 time was very impressive, considering that he was able to run that fast at 212 pounds. Odunze also had a 10-yard split of 1.52, a vertical of 39 inches and a broad jump of 10-4. Even better, Odunze was terrific in the on-field drills.

Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida
Ricky Pearsall was another receiver who had a great showing in the on-field drills. While this was no surprise, Pearsall showed some unexpected athleticism. He ran a 4.41 40, leapt a 42-inch vertical and hit 10-9 in the broad jump.

Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M
There were so many impressive receivers working out in Indianapolis on Saturday. Ainias Smith was not one of them. Unfortunately, the medical evaluations revealed that Smith has a stress fracture in his shin.

Brian Thomas, WR, LSU
Brian Thomas would have been the talk of the receivers at the combine if it weren’t for Xavier Worthy. Thomas dashed a 4.33 40 with a 10-yard split of 1.50 despite being 44 pounds heavier than Worthy. Thomas, at 6-3, 209, hit 38.5 inches in the vertical and 10-6 in the broad jump.

Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina
Devontez Walker was also another receiver who put on a great athletic showing, yet was overshadowed by Worthy. Walker ran a 4.36 40 despite having a 6-2, 193-pound frame. Even better, he leapt 40.5 inches in the vertical and 11-2 in the broad jump.

Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas
We saved the best for last. Xavier Worthy broke the modern-day NFL combine record in the 40-yard dash with a 4.21, barely edging out John Ross’ 4.22. Worthy also hit 41 inches in the vertical and 10-11 in the broad jump. Worthy didn’t work out after that, but he left a great impression with his incredible speed.

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