2020 NFL Draft Prospects: Wide Receivers



By Charlie Campbell.
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The top 2020 Wide Receiver prospects available for the 2020 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2021 prospect. ** - denotes 2022 prospect.

This page was last updated April 21, 2020. Follow Walter @walterfootball for updates.
2020 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
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2021 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2022 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

  1. CeeDee Lamb*, WR, Oklahoma
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 198. Arm: 32.25. Hand: 9.25.
    40 Time: 4.50.
    Projected Round (2020): Top-12.

    4/21/20: Teams consider Lamb to be a safe pick and one of the safer prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft. Many see him being a DeAndre Hopkins- or Davante Adams-type receiver in the NFL.

    Oklahoma struggled to get Lamb as many targets in 2019 with Jalen Hurts at quarterback, but Lamb didn't complain and was a good teammate. He also made the most of his opportunities, showing excellent route-running, good hands, size, strength, and superb run-after-the-catch skills. Lamb is not a burner, but he is quick enough to be a potential No. 1 receiver in the NFL. That was illustrated at the combine where he worked out well and interviewed well with teams.

    In 2019, Lamb had 62 receptions for 1,327 yards and 14 touchdowns. He missed the first Baylor game with a head injury after taking a big hit against Iowa State, but Lamb returned to the field after only missing one contest. Sources say that Lamb is a good kid despite being known to be a big partier. It might help him to go to a team with a city and environment that helps him to focus on football.

    8/17/19: Sources say that Lamb has the body and physique of a No. 1 receiver in the NFL. They say he has great hands, runs good routes, and is a polished wideout. While he has good size, Lamb does not have mismatch speed according to team evaluators.

    Lamb didn't get the attention of teammate Hollywood Brown, but Lamb was very good for the Sooners in 2018. On the year, he hauled in 65 receptions for 1,158 yards with 11 touchdowns. His average of 17.8 yards per catch illustrated his ability to produce big plays. In 2017, Lamb totaled 46 receptions for 807 yards and seven scores. Lamb could take on a bigger role in 2019 with Brown in the NFL, but he will be working with his third starting quarterback in as many seasons.




  2. Jerry Jeudy*, WR, Alabama
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 193. Arm: 32.13. Hand: 9.5.
    40 Time: 4.45.
    Projected Round (2020): Top-20.

    4/21/20: Team sources said Jeudy was one of the stars of the combine interview process and really impressed evaluators. WalterFootball.com projected Jeudy to run a 4.45 40-yard dash, which is what he did to confirm he is a fast receiver for the NFL.

    Jeudy totaled 77 receptions for 1,163 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2019. He played well for Alabama, showing his skills to be a dynamic receiver and a source for big plays while also serving as a good blocker for his teammates. Jeudy has big-play speed and is a fantastic route-runner.

    8/17/19: NFL scouts who were attending Alabama's practices in the fall of 2017 told me that Jeudy was the next great Crimson Tide receiver to keep the tradition going under Nick Saban that has seen elite receivers like Julio Jones, Amari Cooper and Calvin Ridley dominate the competition. As a freshman, Jeudy totaled 14 receptions for 264 yards and two touchdowns. He was just scratching the surface and dominated as a sophomore. In 2018, Jeudy recorded 68 receptions for 1,315 yards and 14 touchdowns.

    The first attribute that jumps out about Jeudy is speed. He is a fast wideout who is a game breaker. After a fast first-step, Jeudy has a second gear to accelerate down the field and stretch defenses over the top. He can run by double coverage and score from anywhere on the field. His speed and athleticism allow him to consistently generate separation from defensive backs because he is very difficult to run with. Along with being a vertical threat, Jeudy should be a good third-down weapon in the NFL with his ability to get open on short to intermediate routes.

    Jeudy is excellent after the catch. He is very elusive in the open field with phenomenal feet to dodge tacklers, stop/start, and cut through the secondary. Jeudy's yards-after-the-catch skills combined with his speed make him very dangerous to turn a short reception into a long gain.

    Jeudy shows pretty good technique as a receiver as well. He tracks the ball well and has late hands to reel in passes, even with defenders close. While Jeudy is not a pure size mismatch, he has good enough height and shows an ability to make contested catches over defensive backs. There are times when Jeudy body catches when he could use his hands, but that is a minor issue overall. Jeudy has good feel and instincts, showing an ability to break off his routes to get open for his quarterback when plays break down.


  3. Henry Ruggs III*, WR, Alabama
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 188. Arm: 30.5. Hand: 10.13.
    40 Time: 4.27.
    Projected Round (2020): Top-25.

    4/21/20: Team sources say Rugg was a riser during the final weeks of draft prep. A number of teams picking in the top 20 really like Ruggs, and some team contacts say they like Ruggs more than Jeudy. Ruggs looks like a lock to go in the top 25.

    Ruggs had 40 catches for 746 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019. Of the tremendous group of receivers from Alabama, sources say Ruggs is the fastest, possessing a serious ability to stretch the field. Ruggs' production was held back by Alabama spreading the ball around to its stable of talented receivers, but he is a game-changer to stretch NFL defenses vertically. Ruggs suffered a concussion in the Citrus Bowl win over Michigan. He then showed off his world-class speed at the combine.

    8/17/19: Ruggs (6-0, 183) goes under the radar somewhat because of Jerry Jeudy and other Alabama play-makers, but Ruggs is a dangerous receiver who produces big plays. In 2018, he totaled 46 receptions for 741 yards and 11 touchdowns. At just about any other school, Ruggs would be the No. 1 wide receiver and produce a huge stat line, especially if he played in the Big XII.


  4. Tee Higgins*, WR, Clemson
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 216. Arm: 34.13 Hand: 9.25.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 1-2.

    4/21/20: Higgins had 59 catches for 1,167 yards with 13 touchdowns in 2019. He is a tall, long receiver who is a red-zone weapon and provides a size mismatch for the NFL. Given his length and leaping ability, he is dangerous red-zone threat. Higgins is a volleyball player-style receiver who is not a tough wideout to work between the numbers. Teams say Higgins is getting late first-round consideration and should go in the early portion of the second round if he isn't a first-round pick.

    8/17/19: Higgins is a big receiver who presents a size-mismatch issue for defenses. As a sophomore, he totaled 936 yards on 59 receptions with 12 touchdowns. Higgins is capable of producing more, but Clemson has a lot of receivers to split up targets, so that could reduce the stat line he records in 2019.


  5. Justin Jefferson*, WR, LSU
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 202. Arm: 33. Hand: 9.13.
    40 Time: 4.43.
    Projected Round (2020): 1-2.

    4/21/20: Jefferson was superb in 2019, recording 111 catches for 1,540 yards and 18 touchdowns. In 2018, he had 54 receptions for 875 yards and six scores. Jefferson has length to go with some quickness and athleticism. He has a ton of upside with the speed to make plays downfield and mismatch length to make receptions over defensive backs. He was a steady big-play producer for Joe Burrow and LSU in 2019. Jefferson helped himself with a faster than expected 40-yard dash at the combine.

    Another bonus for Jefferson is that sources say the LSU staff has raved to teams about him as a kid and worker. They say Jefferson also is a tremendous practice player who loves to compete and makes his teammates better by challenging them on the practice field. Jefferson is on the bubble of the first and second round, but that feedback could help get him into Thursday night.




  6. Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 238. Arm: 33.13. Hand: 10
    40 Time: 4.42.
    Projected Round (2020): 1-2.

    4/21/20: Some teams have Claypool in contention for their first-round pick, while others have him graded on Day 2. He shouldn't fall lower than the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. In 2019, Claypool had 66 catches for 1,037 yards and 13 touchdowns with some impressive runs after the catch. He is a big receiver who is tough and dangerous with the ball in his hands.

    Claypool had a solid week of practice at the Senior Bowl and helped himself by running a faster than expected 40. Team sources say Claypool does not play at that speed, but his 40 helped him.

    8/17/19: Claypool notched 50 receptions for 639 yards and four touchdowns during 2018. He also played better than the numbers indicate. In 2017, Claypool and all of the Notre Dame wide receivers were held back by inept quarterback play. Brandon Wimbush was a good runner, but terrible at throwing the ball. Claypool totaled 29 receptions for 402 yards and two touchdowns that season.

    According to NFL teams' 2018 preseason data provided by team sources, Claypool checks in at 6-foot-4, 228 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 4.50 seconds, so that is a superb combination of size and speed.


  7. Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 201. Arm: 33.13. Hand: 10.
    40 Time: 4.50.
    Projected Round (2020): 1-2.

    4/21/20: Aiyuk had a strong senior year, catching 65 passes for 1,192 yards with eight touchdowns. He produced some big plays for the Sun Devils and had a huge jump in production compared to 2018 (44-474-3). Some in the media, including ESPN's Todd McShay, have projected Aiyuk as a first-round pick. In speaking to some area scouts, they didn't grade Aiyuk in the first round, but he could be a late first-round or second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

    An injury kept Aiyuk from participating at the Senior Bowl, and he checked in two inches shorter than his listed height. Aiyuk then had a nice combine performance to help himself.


  8. Jalen Reagor*, WR, TCU
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 206. Arm: 31.38. Hand: 9.5.
    40 Time: 4.47.
    Projected Round (2020): 1-2.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Reagor notched 43 catches for 611 yards and five touchdowns while also providing big plays as a punt returner. He burned cornerbacks all season and got open deep downfield for long touchdown receptions, but TCU's terrible quarterback play missed him constantly. With a competent quarterback, Reagor would be have had a massive 2019 season with a lot of long touchdowns. He is a speed demon and a home run hitter for the NFL. Some team sources think he likely will be a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

    8/17/19: Reagor is a speed demon who is a true home run hitter with mismatch speed. The ultra-fast Reagor can take the top off of a defense and is a threat to score anytime he touches the ball. Reagor is a true speed demon who is similar to DeSean Jackson, Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown or Will Fuller. Team sources say that Reagor has no clue how to run a route and will need to be coached up on that, but he has game-breaking speed that is hard to find. TCU staff told scouts that Reagor has run the 40 in 4.29 seconds, a ridiculously fast time.

    As a sophomore, Reagor totaled 72 receptions for 1,061 yards with nine touchdowns. In 2017, he collected 33 catches for 576 yards and eight scores.


  9. Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 206. Arm: 33.25. Hand: 9.25.
    40 Time: 4.38.
    Projected Round (2020): 1-3.

    4/21/20: Mims had 66 catches for 1,020 yards with 12 touchdowns in 2019. He was decent at the Senior Bowl and helped himself with a fast 40 at the combine. Mims is a very polarizing prospect around the league. In speaking to team sources, they are all over the board with Mims, as some see him as an early-round pick and think he could be an Allen Robinson-type receiver.

    Others really don't like Mims, with some teams grading him on Day 3. The evaluators who don't like Mims say that he was not a separation receiver at Baylor, which the tape proves. TCU's Jeff Gladney, among others, was able to run the route and keep Mims from getting open. Those team evaluators say Mims also has some issues with drops, does not play as fast as his timed speed, and is not great on 50-50 receptions.

    8/17/19: Mims hasn't gotten a lot of attention, but he has been a solid receiver for the Bears over the past two years. As a junior, he made 55 catches for 794 yards with eight scores. He was even better as a sophomore with 61 receptions for 1,087 yards and eight touchdowns. Mims has good size, and the question will be how well he runs. He did get picked to be on NFL teams' preseason watch list.




  10. K.J. Hamler**, WR, Penn State
    Height: 5-9. Weight: 178. Arm: 30.75. Hand: 9.38.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.40.
    Projected Round (2020): 2-4.

    4/21/20: Hamler was a speed demon and big-play weapon for Penn State over the past few seasons. In 2019, he totaled 56 receptions for 904 yards and eight touchdowns. Hamler notched 42 catches for 754 yards and five scores with one rushing touchdown in 2018. The redshirt sophomore projects as a deep-threat receiver to stretch defenses vertically and is a threat to score on any catch. For the NFL, he is similar to a DeSean Jackson-type receiver.


  11. Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 227. Arm: 31.88. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.58.
    Projected Round (2020): 2-4.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Shenault had 52 receptions for 721 yards and four touchdowns. It was a frustrating season for Shenault, who dealt with inconsistent quarterback play and missed some action with injuries. Shenault also made some superb plays in limited opportunities.

    Team sources say Shenault's medical report is going to be huge for his draft stock, and that was dealt another blow when Shenault had core muscle surgery after the combine. On top of major medical concerns, teams say the combine interviews with Shenault weren't great. Teams expect Shenault to slide well into Day 2 because of these issues.

    8/17/19: Shenault was one of the top wide receivers in 2018, totaling 86 receptions for 1,011 yards with six touchdowns. He also carried the ball in short-yardage situations out of the wild cat with 115 yards and five scores on 17 carries. From a skill-set perspective, with his height, thickness, and quickness, Shenault reminds me of Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster. Shenault does not have the size and speed of a Julio Jones or A.J. Green.

    Perhaps the trait that stands out the most about Shenault is his toughness. He is a thickly built receiver who plays the game the right way. Many wideouts with Shenault's strength and physicality are prone to pushing off defensive backs, but Shenault has enough quickness to get open and when he gets the ball in hands, he is special, dodging and weaving by defenders while running through arm tackles. He is very physical with defensive backs to power through tackles and get yards after contact. Shenault has quickness and shows a second gear when he gets into the open field. In the pros, he won't be a speed demon of a wide receiver who generates big separation from NFL cornerbacks, but he has some speed to make him dangerous and not limit him to being just a possession wideout. As a receiver, Shenault is pretty polished as he runs good routes, tracks the ball well, has good body control, is a hands catcher, and has strong hands to make contested catches.


  12. Gabriel Davis*, WR, Central Florida
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 216. Arm: 32.25. Hand: 9.25.
    40 Time: 4.54.
    Projected Round (2020): 2-4.

    4/21/20: Davis is a prospect who generated some buzz in the scouting community and impressed for Central Florida. He has a good build and mismatch size. In 2019, Davis totaled 72 receptions for 1,241 yards with 12 touchdowns. He also produced well as a sophomore (53-815-7). Davis displayed big ability in 2019, putting his draft stock on the map. He helped himself with a solid combine performance.


  13. Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 219. Arm: 32.38. Hand: 9.13.
    40 Time: 4.52.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-4.

    4/21/20: Pittman recorded 101 receptions for 1,275 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2019. Some team sources say they see Pittman being a third-round pick because he has speed limitations for the NFL. He had a slow start to the Senior Bowl week before finishing early with an injury. At the combine, Pittman had a solid 40 time for a big receiver.

    8/17/19: Pittman had a nice 2018 season, catching 41 passes for 758 yards with six touchdowns. He had 23 receptions for 404 yards and two scores in 2017. Pittman is a big receiver who is skilled at using his size to make receptions over defensive backs. He has been developed well by his father, who had a long career as a running back in the NFL. Injuries and a crowded depth chart kept Pittman from seeing the field much prior to 2018, but he did show special teams potential in that time.




  14. Collin Johnson, WR, Texas
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 221. Arm: 32.88. Hand: 8.75.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-4.

    4/21/20: Johnson recorded 38 receptions for 559 yards with three touchdowns in 2019 while missing a lot of time with a hamstring injury. He is a long and linear receiver who has some athleticism. Johnson can sink his hips better than one would expect for such a tall player. Surprisingly, the 6-foot-5, 220-pounder doesn't play jump balls that well for being such a big wide receiver. Johnson has issues tracking the ball and playing it in the air, but he has some movement skills for a larger wideout. He struggles to get off of press coverage, and for being a big receiver, is disappointingly a finesse player. With his size, he should bully defensive backs, but he doesn't have any dog to his mentality.

    8/17/19: In 2018, Johnson notched 68 catches for 985 yards and seven touchdowns. He possesses mismatch size, but he does not play as big as he should. He doesn't bully corners or do as well as one would expect at leaping to high point the ball over receivers. Johnson has some quickness, and he can sink his hips better than one would expect for such a big receiver. He has issues tracking the ball and playing it in the air, but he has some impressive movement skills for a big wideout.

    According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources prior to the 2018 season, Johnson checks in at 6-foot-5, 220 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 4.55 seconds. His measurements are 32.63-inch arms, 9-inch hands, and a 79-inch wing span.

    Johnson flashed in 2017 with 54 receptions for 765 yards and two touchdowns. He was very impressive against USC and its talented cornerback Iman Marshall. Johnson had 28 catches for 315 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman.


  15. Van Jefferson, WR, Florida
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 200. Arm: 32.75. Hand: 9.13.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-4.

    4/21/20: Jefferson had 49 receptions for 657 yards and six touchdowns in 2019. At the Senior Bowl, Jefferson had an excellent week of practice and really helped himself. He showed off polished route-running, good hands, and a gritty style of play. Jefferson is a quality backup-caliber receiver prospect for the NFL, but also brings added value on special teams from being an excellent gunner on punts. An injury kept him from working out at the combine, but a number of team sources have raved about Jefferson and think he could be a mid-round steal.

    8/17/19: The Ole Miss transfer Jefferson became the Gators' leading receiver in 2018 with a strong junior season. He totaled 35 receptions for 503 yards and six touchdowns on the year. Jefferson has decent size, quickness, hands and route-running. In 2017 (42-456-1) and 2016 (49-543-3), Jefferson contributed as a backup.


  16. Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 204. Arm: 30.88. Hand: 9.75.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.49.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Following the example of Randall Cobb, Bowden was a great athlete at wide receiver who was pressed into playing quarterback for the Kentucky Wildcats. As a receiver in 2019, Bowden had 30 catches for 348 yards and a touchdown, but as a running quarterback, Bowden averaged 7.9 yards per carry for 1,468 yards with 13 touchdowns on the ground in 2019. Bowden is a dynamic athlete with speed, athleticism and size. He could be a mid-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft who ends up being an excellent value selection.


  17. Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 200. Arm: 30.88. Hand: 9.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Johnson notched 86 catches for 1,318 yards with 13 touchdowns in 2019. For the NFL, he is not a speed demon or a twitchy stop-start receiver. But Johnson is a skilled wideout who runs good routes, has solid natural hands, is dangerous after the catch, and very tough. He has good size and enough quickness to contribute. Johnson could be a solid possessional and No. 2 receiver.

    8/17/19: Johnson made NFL teams' preseason watch list after a strong 2018 season in which he recorded 78 receptions for 1,169 yards with 12 touchdowns. Johnson has nice size to him and preseason projections by some advance scouts have Johnson as having the potential to be a prospect for the first half of the 2020 NFL Draft.




  18. Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 222. Arm: 32.25. Hand 9.63.
    40 Time: 4.60.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Gandy-Golden notched 79 receptions for 1,396 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2019. Team sources say they really like him, but speed concerns weigh down his draft stock. Gandy-Golden is a size mismatch weapon for the NFL. Team sources say Gandy-Golden played well at the Senior Bowl and helped himself. If he ran fast at the combine, he could have been a riser, but he put up a slow 40 time.

    8/17/19: Team sources mentioned Gandy-Golden as a player who jumped out at them over the past few years. Gandy-Golden is a very impressive natural hands catcher with excellent size and is dangerous after the catch. Defensive backs really struggle with the size mismatch, and Gandy-Golden some physicality to him. He is calm with defenders closing in on him and does a superb job of playing the ball. The big question with Gandy-Golden is if he has enough speed for the NFL. That is tough to determine given his level of competition, so it may not be answered until all-star games or the NFL Scouting Combine.

    As a junior, Gandy-Golden recorded 71 receptions for 1,037 yards with 10 touchdowns. He played better than the numbers illustrate and had 69 catches for 1,066 yards and 10 touchdowns.


  19. Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 212. Arm: 32.25. Hand 9.5.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Edwards played well for the Gamecocks in 2019, collecting 71 receptions for 816 yards and six touchdowns. He competed well against Alabama with a tough performance. Edwards is a polished receiver with quickness, size, and run-after-the-catch skills.

    8/17/19: Edwards was a consistent contributor for the Gamecocks over the past three seasons and could take on a bigger role as a senior with Deebo Samuel's departure for the NFL. In 2018, Edwards caught 55 passes for 846 yards and seven touchdowns. He had solid contributions as a sophomore (64-793-5) and freshman (44-590-4) while playing in an inconsistent passing offense. Edwards is a big possessional receiver who could compete as a Z - flanker - receiver for a pro team.


  20. Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Vanderbilt
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 202. Arm: 32.25. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.57.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Lipscomb had 43 catches for 468 yards and two touchdowns. Team sources have said they were impressed with Lipscomb despite his lack of opportunities.

    8/17/19: Lipscomb played well for the Commodores in 2018, making 87 receptions for 916 yards and nine touchdowns. He has some size and quickness, and contributed somewhat as a sophomore (37-610-8) and a freshman (27-319-2). Lipscomb made NFL teams' preseason watch list, and some sources like his potential.


  21. Stephen Guidry, WR, Mississippi State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 190. Arm: 32.75. Hand: 9.13.
    40 Time: 4.47.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: In the early weeks of the 2019 season, Guidry had a few painful dropped passes, but he also got open for big plays; however, Mississippi State's quarterbacks struggled to throw the ball in 2019. On the year, Guidry had 24 receptions for 311 yards and four touchdowns. Guidry has a skill set with size and quickness, so he could be a sleeper pick who outperforms his draft stock. He showed his talent with a good combine and a fast 40 for a big receiver.

    8/17/19: Guidry did not get a lot of passes thrown his direction in 2018, but he made the most of his opportunities, averaging 23.2 yards per reception. The lanky wideout totaled 440 yards on 19 catches for three touchdowns on the year. Guidry has the upside to produce more and was included on NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft. Some sources are high on him and think Guidry has a lot of upside with a special skill set.


  22. Quez Watkins*, WR, Southern Miss
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 185. Arm: 32.88. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.36.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Watkins was a solid producer for Southern Miss in 2019, totaling 64 receptions or 1,178 yards with six touchdowns. In 2018, he had 72 catches for 889 yards and nine scores. Watkins came through with an impressive combine performance, according to sources, and had an electric 40 time.




  23. John Hightower, WR, Boise State
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 189. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 9.75.
    40 Time: 4.43.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Hightower is a lean speed receiver who produced a lot of big plays for Boise State over the past two seasons. In 2019, he had 51 receptions for 943 yards with eight touchdowns. Hightower caught 31 passes for 504 yards and six scores in 2018.


  24. Donovan Peoples-Jones*, WR, Michigan
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 212. Arm: 33.5. Hand: 10.13.
    40 Time: 4.48.
    Projected Round (2020): 3-5.

    4/21/20: Peoples-Jones was a top recruit coming out of high school, but he never turned into the star he was expected to be. Peoples-Jones had 34 receptions for 438 yards and six touchdowns in 2019, but the Michigan passing attack struggled with Shea Patterson at the helm. As a sophomore, Peoples-Jones made 47 catches for 612 yards and eight scores. He has a skill set and upside to develop. He illustrated that with a good combine performance.


  25. Quintez Cephus*, WR, Wisconsin
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 202. Arm: 32.13. Hand: 8.75.
    40 Time: 4.73.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: Cephus was a big-play weapon for the Badgers in 2019, turning 59 receptions into 901 yards with seven touchdowns. He had 30 catches for 501 yards and six scores in 2017 before a broken leg ended his season early. In 2018, Cephus was out of the program after being charged with a sexual assault stemming from a night in April of that year. He was alleged to engage in sex with two women who afterward claimed to be too drunk to consent. Cephus was acquitted at trial before being reinstated to the university and the football team. He had a very slow 40 time at the combine, which hurt his draft stock.


  26. Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 199. Arm: 32.13. Hand: 9.75.
    40 Time: 4.54.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: Team sources say Davis is a quality route-runner who has some size and quickness, but he had a disappointing 2019 season. Davis totaled 54 receptions for 616 yards and four touchdowns in 2019. He did not played up to his skill set and definitely should have returned to the Aggies for 2020, but Davis entered the 2020 NFL Draft and played at the Senior Bowl. In 2018, he had 45 receptions for 585 yards and seven touchdowns.


  27. Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 206. Arm: 32.88. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.72.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Jennings totaled 57 catches for 942 yards and eight touchdowns. He has a nice skill set and played well at the Senior Bowl, showing off mismatch size with a physical attitude on the field. Jennings ran slow times at the combine, which really hurt him.

    8/17/19: Jennings notched 30 receptions in 2018 for 438 yards and three touchdowns in 2018. He caught three passes for 17 yards against Georgia Tech in the 2017 season opener before dislocating his wrist. Jennings was out for the season after that injury and was dismissed from Tennessee's football team in late November of 2017. New Volunteers coach Jeremy Pruitt reinstated him to the team. As a sophomore, Jennings totaled 580 yards on 40 receptions with seven touchdowns despite inconsistent play from quarterback Josh Dobbs.




  28. K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 196. Arm: 29. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.60.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: Hill had 57 receptions for 636 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2019. He was a clutch receiver for Ohio State, showing good hands, route-running, yards-after-the-catch ability, and quickness. Hill is very polished who could be an inside or outside receiver in the NFL. He had solid week of practice at the Senior Bowl, but ran slowly at the combine.

    8/17/19: Hill showed strong hands with nice route-running and yards-after-the-catch skills versus Oregon State in the 2018 season opener. He then came through with a huge touchdown to help the Buckeyes get a one-point win at Penn State. In 2018, Hill totaled 70 catches for 885 yards and six touchdowns. He was a solid, dependable receiver who could produce more as a senior now that Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin are in the NFL.

    According to NFL teams' 2018 preseason data provided by team sources, Hill checks in at 6-foot, 205 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 4.42 seconds, a very fast time. His arms measure at 29.63 inches, his hands at 9.25 inches, and his wing span at 73.25 inches.

    Like Parris Campbell, Hill is a talented Buckeyes receiver who was held back by weak quarterback play in 2017. Hill caught 55 passes for 546 yards and three touchdowns that season.


  29. Tyrie Cleveland, WR, Florida
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 205. Arm: 32.5. Hand: 9.75
    40 Time: 4.46.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: Cleveland recorded 25 catches for 351 yards and a touchdown in 2019. He played better the numbers indicate, but the Gators had a deep stable of receivers and rotated all of them into the game. Cleveland was decent at the Senior Bowl, but not overly impressive. However, he did well at the combine and showed off some serious speed to go with his size.

    8/17/19: Cleveland totaled 18 receptions for 212 yards and three touchdowns in 2018. He actually was more impressive as a gunner on punt coverage. In 2017, Cleveland was held back by injuries and poor quarterback play, but he is an explosive receiver with a lanky frame who challenges defenses downfield. As a sophomore, he totaled 22 receptions for 410 yards with two scores. In his freshman year, he had 14 catches for 298 yards and two touchdowns. Cleveland possesses upside with a combination of size and speed.


  30. Trishton Jackson*, WR, Syracuse
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 191. Arm: 32.38. Hand: 9.88.
    40 Time: 4.50.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: Jackson decide to skip his senior year and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. He did not produce much prior to 2019, as over the previous three seasons, he totaled only 20 receptions for 259 yards and two touchdowns. As a junior though, he notched 66 catches for 1,023 yards with 11 touchdowns. Jackson started out his collegiate career at Michigan State before landing with Syracuse.


  31. Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas
    Height: 5-10. Weight: 202. Arm: 30.38. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.39.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.

    4/21/20: Collin Johnson received more attention, but Duvernay was the Longhorns' most steady receiver in 2019. On the year, he had 106 receptions for 1,386 yards and nine touchdowns. Duvernay, however, faces some limitations for the NFL. He has a running back's build and has some tightness athletically to go along with being short while lacking length. Duvernay doesn't know how to run routes, but his straight-line speed is for real and he is tough. Duvernay runs hard and breaks tackles too. Team sources say they see him as being a very late-round pick as a backup wideout and kick returner.


  32. Isaiah Hodgins*, WR, Oregon State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 209. Arm: 33.13. Hand: 9.88.
    40 Time: 4.61.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: Hodgins had a productive 2019 season, totaling 86 receptions for 1,172 yards with 13 touchdowns. He contributed well as a sophomore with 59 receptions for 876 yards and five scores. Hodgins has good size and length.




  33. K.J. Osborn, WR, Miami
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 203. Arm: 31.25. Hand: 9.13.
    40 Time: 4.48.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Osborn had 50 receptions for 547 yards and five touchdowns. He helped himself at the combine with a fast 40 time. Osborn's best season came in 2018, when he had 53 receptions for 892 yards and seven touchdowns.


  34. Binjimen Victor, WR, Ohio State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 198. Arm: 34.13. Hand: 9.63.
    40 Time: 4.60.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: Victor had 34 catches for 545 yards and six touchdowns in 2019. He is a big receiver who presents a size mismatch, but he faces speed issues for the NFL.

    8/17/19: Like K.J. Hill, Victor could produce more as a senior with Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin in the NFL. In 2018, Victor caught 21 passes for 354 yards with four touchdowns. He totaled 23 receptions for 349 yards and seven scores in 2017. Victor has mismatch size with good length.


  35. Nick Westbrook, WR, Indiana
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 215.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.57.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: Westbrook had 38 catches for 524 yards and five touchdowns in 2019. He put together a solid week of practice at the East-West Shrine.

    8/17/19: Westbrook notched 42 catches for 590 yards and four touchdowns in 2018. Simmie Cobbs being out of the lineup got all the attention in 2016, but Westbrook played well for the Hoosiers at the same time. He caught 54 passes for 995 yards and six touchdowns that season. The dream of Cobbs and Westbrook together in 2017 was dashed when Westbrook suffered a season-ending ACL injury on the first play of the year versus Ohio State. He then received a medical redshirt. Showing speed and staying on the field are critical for Westbrook.


  36. Marquez Callaway, WR, Tennessee
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 205. Arm: 32.38. Hand: 9.38.
    40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: Callaway recorded 29 catches for 616 yards and six scores in 2019. He looks like a backup and special teams competitor for the NFL.

    8/17/19: Callaway has flashed at times for Tennessee but has not put together a big season yet with the Volunteers. Part of that is the quarterback play he has had to deal with. In 2018, Callaway recorded 37 receptions for 592 yards with two scores. He averaged 16.9 yards per catch in 2017 with 24 grabs for 406 yards and five scores.


  37. Jeff Thomas*, WR, Miami
    Height: 5-9. Weight: 170. Arm: 30.38. Hand: 8.38.
    40 Time: 4.45.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: While Miami is not the juggernaut for NFL talent it used to be, the program still has some players who impressed scouts in 2019. Thomas is one of those prospects even though he did not produce much in games over his final season for Miami. Team sources like what they saw out of Thomas in practice and think he is similar to former Hurricanes speedster Philip Dorsett. In 2019, Thomas had 31 catches for 379 yards and three touchdowns, but in 2018, he had 35 receptions for 563 yards and three scores. Thomas could be a third-day pick who works his way onto a NFL roster as a speed receiver. He ran and worked out well at the combine.




  38. Dezmon Patmon, WR, Washington State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 225. Arm: 32.75. Hand: 10.25.
    40 Time: 4.48.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Patmon notched 58 receptions for 762 yards and eight scores.

    8/17/19: Patmon was the leading receiver for the Cougars in 2018, recording 61 receptions for 816 yards and five touchdowns. The big receiver is a size-mismatch problem for defenses, but the question for the NFL will be if he has enough speed to separate.


  39. Cody White*, WR, Michigan State
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 217. Arm: 32.5. Hand: 10.
    40 Time: 4.66.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: White had 66 catches for 922 yards and six touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: White was a quality contributor for Michigan State as an underclassman. In 2018, he had 42 receptions for 555 yards and two touchdowns after recording 35 for 490 and four scores in his freshman year. White has good size to him and upside.


  40. Joe Reed, WR, Virginia
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 224. Arm: 31.13. Hand: 9.75.
    40 Time: 4.47.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Reed caught 77 passes for 679 yards and seven touchdown. He helped himself with a fast 40 time at the combine. Reed has a good build with strength.


  41. James Proche, WR, SMU
    Height: 5-10. Weight: 196. Arm: 30.13. Hand: 9.63.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 5-7.

    4/21/20: Proche played well enough as a senior to earn an invitation to the Senior Bowl. He caught 111 passes for 1,225 yards with 15 touchdowns in 2019. Proche had a productive junior year with 93 receptions for 1,199 yards and 12 touchdowns. For the NFL, he projects as a slot receiver.


  42. Austin Mack, WR, Ohio State
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 212. Arm: 33. Hand: 10.
    40 Time: 4.59
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Mack notched 27 catches for 361 yards and three touchdowns in 2019. He was decent at the Senior Bowl, and for the NFL, he looks like a big slot receiver.

    8/17/19: Like K.J. Hill and Benjamin Victor, Mack could produce more as a senior with Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin in the NFL. In 2018, Mack caught 26 passes for 331 yards with a touchdown. He had 24 receptions for 343 yards and two scores in 2017.




  43. Chris Finke, WR, Notre Dame
    Height: 5-9. Weight: 186. Arm: 29. Hand: 9.
    40 Time: 4.57.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Finke had 41 receptions for 456 yards and four touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: The undersized Finke could compete as a slot receiver for the NFL. He had 49 receptions for 571 yards and two scores in 2018. Finke made NFL teams' preseason watch list, and some are considering him as having late-round potential.


  44. Darrell Mooney, WR, Tulane
    Height: 5-10. Weight: 175. Arm: 30.88. Hand: 9.63.
    40 Time: 4.38.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Mooney notched 45 receptions for 670 yards with five touchdowns in 2019. At the combine, he worked out well and ran fast times.

    8/17/19: Mooney is a very undersized receiver, but he has speed and shiftiness, averaging 20.7 yards per reception in 2018. He caught 48 passes for 993 yards and eight touchdowns that season. As a sophomore (34-599-4) and freshman (24-267-2), he contributed. Mooney needs to add weight and fill out his frame for the NFL.


  45. Darrell Stewart, WR, Michigan State
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 212. Arm: 32. Hand: 9.63.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.60.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Stewart was a possessional receiver at Michigan State who contributed over three seasons. His best year came as a senior, when he caught 49 passes for 697 yards and four touchdowns.


  46. Aaron Parker, WR, Rhode Island
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 209. Arm: 31.13. Hand: 9.13.
    40 Time: 4.57.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Parker caught 81 passes for 1,224 yards and nine touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: The small-school product made NFL teams' preseason watch list because he has mismatch size for the NFL. As a junior, Parker caught 61 passes for 955 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Rams. He produced well in 2017 with 51 receptions for 823 yards and seven scores. It will be important for Parker to make an all-star game and perform well there.


  47. Justin Hill, WR, Mount Union
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 195.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Hill had 80 receptions for 1,681 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: Hill hails from the powerhouse of Division III football and has been a big time player for the Raiders. That led him to earning a spot on NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft. As a junior, Hill totaled 55 receptions for 927 yards with 14 touchdowns. In 2017, he had 54 catches for 1,202 yards and 20 touchdowns. Hill could help himself by making a good all-star game and showing he can hold his own against the better competition.




  48. Lawrence Cager, WR, Georgia
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 220. Arm: 33.38. Hand: 8.88.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.59.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Cager is a big receiver but faces speed issues for the NFL. In 2019, he caught 33 passes for 476 yards and four touchdowns. He had 21 receptions in 2018 for 374 yards with six scores. Cager could have problems separating in the NFL. He will need to make a team as a backup receiver and contributor on special teams.


  49. Tony Brown, WR, Colorado
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 198. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 9.25.
    40 Time: 4.65.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Brown played well for Colorado as a senior and helped pick up the slack for Laviska Shenault being injured. In 2019, Brown had 56 receptions for 707 yards and five touchdowns. He had 32 catches for 333 yards and a score.


  50. Kendrick Rogers*, WR, Texas A&M
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 208. Arm: 33.13. Hand: 9.13.
    40 Time: 4.51.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    11/30/19: Rogers had 30 catches for 351 yards with two touchdowns in 2019. Sources say Rogers was playing with an injury, and he had a slow start to the season and never showed the form he had against Clemson in 2018. He should have returned for his senior year, but he entered the 2020 NFL Draft.

    8/17/19: Rogers had 21 receptions for 292 yards and four touchdowns in 2018 and dealt with some injuries, but he flashed a lot of talent. He was very impressive against Clemson in Week 2 and showed a lot of upside. Rogers has good size and uses it well. In 2019, he could develop into a dangerous wide receiver.


  51. Kirk Merritt, WR, Arkansas State
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 215.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Merritt totaled 70 catches for 806 yards with 12 scores.

    8/17/19: In 2018, Merritt snatched 83 passes for 1,005 yards with seven touchdowns. He played well enough to make NFL teams' preseason watch list, and some have him as a potential pick in the back half of the 2020 NFL Draft entering the season.


  52. Ja'Marcus Bradley, WR, La.-Lafayette
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 195.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Bradley had 53 catches for 818 yards and eight touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: In 2018, Bradley caught 40 passes for 608 yards with 10 touchdowns. He contributed as a sophomore (39-475-2) and freshman (21-370-1). Bradley made NFL teams' preseason watch list, with some putting him in the back half of the 2020 NFL Draft.


  53. Easop Winston, WR, Washington State
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 190.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Winston recorded 85 receptions for 970 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2019. He could compete to be a backup slot receiver.

    8/17/19: Winston contributed to the Cougars' prolific aerial offense in 2018 with 52 receptions for 654 yards and eight touchdowns. NFL teams included him on their preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft.




  54. Deddrick Thomas, WR, Mississippi State
    Height: 5-9. Weight: 190.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.57.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Thomas recorded 30 catches for 401 yards and two touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: Thomas had 19 receptions for 256 yards and two touchdowns in 2018 after posting similar production in 2017 (22-227-4). For the NFL, Thomas is a potential slot receiver, and he made it on NFL teams' preseason watch list.


  55. Juwan Johnson, WR, Oregon
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 239. Arm: 34.25. Hand: 10.5.
    40 Time: 4.58.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: A calf injury cost Johnson some playing time early in the 2019 season, but he returned to the field and totaled 30 receptions for 467 yards and four touchdowns on the year.

    8/17/19: Johnson left Penn State to join the Ducks for his senior year. He's a big receiver who presents a size mismatch, but surprisingly did not get a lot of red-zone targets while playing in Happy Valley. That was probably due to the presence of players like Saquon Barkley and Miles Sanders. In 2018, Johnson caught 25 passes for 352 yards and a touchdown. He had 54 receptions for 701 yards and a score in 2017.


  56. Johnathon Johnson, WR, Missouri
    Height: 5-10. Weight: 180.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.52.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Johnson racked up 29 catches for 294 yards and zero scores. He missed some games with a shoulder injury.

    8/17/19: Johnson has been a complementary receiver for Missouri during the past couple of years. He had 59 receptions for 737 yards with five touchdowns as a junior after recording 41 receptions for 724 yards and six scores in 2017. He contributed as a freshman as well (24-435-2). Johnson is a potential slot receiver competitor for the next level, and he was selected by NFL teams to be on their 2020 watch list.


  57. Aaron Fuller, WR, Washington
    Height: 5-11. Weight: 188. Arm: 29.75. Hand: 8.88
    40 Time: 4.59.
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Fuller recorded 59 receptions for 702 yards and six touchdowns. He missed time with an ankle injury.

    8/17/19: Fuller totaled 58 receptions for 874 yards and four touchdowns in 2018. For the NFL, he would compete as a slot receiver given his size. Fuller was placed on NFL teams' preseason watch list.


  58. Malcolm Perry, WR, Navy
    Height: 5-9. Weight: 186. Arm: 29.63. Hand: 8.5.
    40 Time: 4.63
    Projected Round (2020): 6-FA.

    4/21/20: Perry played quarterback for the Midshipmen, but he will have to transition to wide receiver to compete for a roster spot in the NFL. He looked surprisingly natural and polished at the position, but had a slow 40 at the combine.


  59. Aleva Hifo, WR, BYU
    Height: 5-10. Weight: 187.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
    Projected Round (2020): 7-FA.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Hifo totaled 43 catches for 494 yards and three touchdowns.

    8/17/19: Hifo is a slot receiver who made NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft, with some teams' advance scouts projecting him to the late rounds or undrafted free agent-potential group. In 2018, he had 28 receptions for 358 yards and two touchdowns. Hifo made 37 catches for 437 yards and two scores in 2017.


  60. Amari Rogers, WR, Clemson
    Height: 5-9. Weight: 210.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
    Projected Round (2020): 7-FA.

    4/21/20: Rogers had 28 catches for 418 yards and four touchdowns in 2019.

    8/17/19: Rogers is a short and thick receiver with a running back's build. In 2018, he had 55 receptions for 575 yards and four scores while also serving as Clemson's leading punt returner. He made NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft, but he tore an ACL in March of 2019, so he could redshirt in 2019 and return to Clemson for 2020. Rogers is the son of former Tennessee Volunteers national title-winning quarterback Tee Martin.


  61. Isaiah Zuber, WR, Mississippi State
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 183.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
    Projected Round (2020): FA.

    4/21/20: Zuber had 14 catches for 211 yards and two touchdowns in 2019, but Mississippi State also had problems at quarterback.

    8/17/19: Zuber was Kansas State's leading receiver in 2018, but he decided to transfer to Mississippi State for his final season of college football. Zuber will join a crowded receiving corps with other NFL prospects fighting for targets. In 2018 with the Wildcats, Zuber recorded 52 catches for 619 yards and five scores. In 2017, he had 51 receptions for 510 yards and four scores.


  62. Emeka Emezie, WR, N.C. State
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 208.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
    Projected Round (2020): FA.

    4/21/20: In 2019, Emezie recorded 56 receptions for 576 yards and two touchdowns.

    8/17/19: Emezie was the third receiver to Kelvin Harmon and Jakobi Meyers in 2018, hauling in 53 passes for 616 yards with five touchdowns. Emezie has a good build and will need to show speed to rise. He made NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft.


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