2021 NFL Draft Prospects: Wide Receiver



The top 2021 Wide Receiver prospects available for the 2021 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2021 prospect. ** - denotes 2024 prospect.

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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

Drafted by Bengals
Overall 5
Round: 1 Number: 5
1. LSU image Ja'Marr Chase*, WR, LSU
Height: 6-1. Weight: 200.
Projected 40 Time: 4.4.
Projected Round (2021): Top-10.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Chase decided to skip the 2020 season and prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. It probably was a wise decision to protect his draft stock because he really could not get any higher. His production was bound to decline without Joe Burrow at quarterback and other talented players like wide receiver Justin Jefferson and running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire drawing attention from defenses. With just Chase returning, defenses would have sent bracket coverage and his numbers would have declined while taking an injury risk. After his impressive pro day, Chase is a lock to be top-10 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Chase's speed and ability to separate really stand out. On top of off-game breaking speed, he is a quality route-runner and is sudden in out of his breaks. Being fast and sudden translates to Chase being a dangerous yards-after-the-catch weapon. Other parts of Chase's technique as a receiver are impressive. He high points the ball well and does a nice job on 50-50 passes even though he is not a receiver with mismatch height. With late hands, Chase does a good job of securing passes and is a reliable, natural hands catcher. He tracks the ball extremely well and looks like a safe bet to be a good No. 1 receiver in the NFL.

8/29/20: Chase broke out in 2019 and was a source of big plays for the Tigers' offense. On the year, the sophomore averaged 21.2 yards per reception over 84 catches for 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns. He was the No. 1 receiver for the LSU offense, showing off game-breaking speed, quality route-running, and the ability to pick up yards after the catch.

Chase was the best wide receiver in college football in 2019, and there wasn't a close second. It was a huge jump in production from his freshman season, when he had 23 catches for 313 yards with three scores.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 LSU 13 23 2 313 13.61 3 24.08
2019 LSU 14 84 6 1780 21.19 20 127.14

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Mississippi St. L 34 - 44 0
10/3/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 41 - 7 0
10/10/2020 @ Missouri L 41 - 45 0
10/24/2020 South Carolina W 52 - 24 0
10/31/2020 @ Auburn L 11 - 48 0
11/21/2020 @ Arkansas W 27 - 24 0
11/28/2020 @ Texas A&M L 7 - 20 0
12/5/2020 Alabama L 17 - 55 0
12/12/2020 @ Florida W 37 - 34 0
12/19/2020 Ole Miss W 53 - 48 0






Drafted by Dolphins
Overall 6
Round: 1 Number: 6
2. Alabama image Jaylen Waddle*, WR, Alabama
Height: 5-10. Weight: 182.
Projected 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2021): Top-16.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Multiple team sources have compared Waddle to Kansas City Chiefs star receiver Tyreek Hill. Waddle's explosive speed and game-changing ability have some evaluators believing he could go in the No. 10 range of the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, and those scouts think Waddle is a better prospect than Henry Ruggs, now with the Las Vegas Raiders, was. One director of college scouting said Hill was not a polished route runner when he entered the NFL and the explosive gadget players are being utilized better by coaches than some similar prospects in the past. Waddle has had a late rise in the April team meetings and some sources believe he will be a top-8 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Waddle was showing signs of becoming a more refined receiver before missing most of the 2020 season with an ankle injury suffered on the opening kickoff against Tennessee.

8/29/20: Waddle has dangerous speed and is a threat to score on any reception. His tremendous average per reception over the past two seasons is indicative of his big-play ability. Waddle could stand to get stronger for the NFL.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Alabama 15 45 3 848 18.84 7 56.53
2019 Alabama 13 33 3 560 16.97 6 43.08
2020 Alabama 6 28 5 591 21.11 4 98.5

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 @ Missouri W 38 - 19 8 17 8 2
10/3/2020 Texas A&M W 52 - 24 5 28 5 1
10/10/2020 @ Ole Miss W 63 - 48 6 20 6
10/17/2020 Georgia W 41 - 24 6 27 6 1
10/24/2020 @ Tennessee W 48 - 17 0
10/31/2020 Mississippi St. W 41 - 0 0
11/21/2020 Kentucky W 63 - 3 0
11/28/2020 Auburn W 42 - 13 0
12/5/2020 @ LSU W 55 - 17 0
12/12/2020 @ Arkansas W 52 - 3 0
12/19/2020 Florida
@ Atlanta, GA
W 52 - 46 0
1/1/2021 Notre Dame
@ Arlington, Texas
W 31 - 14 0
1/11/2021 Ohio St.
@ Miami Gardens, FL
W 52 - 24 3 11 3




Drafted by Cowboys
Overall 10
Round: 1 Number: 10
3. Alabama image DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
Height: 6-1. Weight: 170.
Projected 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2021): Top-16.
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4/26/21: Smith dominated in 2020, showing that he is a pure football player who does everything well. If Smith were 20 pounds heavier, he would be a top-five pick. The only knock on Smith is his thin build, but otherwise, team sources rave about him and say he is a natural football player. Smith's excellent speed and suddenness turn him into an amazing receiver who can create separation with incredible route-running and the ability to get open for his quarterback. He did not work out at the Alabama pro day and stated he weighed in at 170 pounds.

8/29/20: In 2019, Smith had 68 receptions for 1,256 yards with 14 touchdowns. He put together a record-setting game of 11 receptions for 274 yards with five touchdowns against Ole Miss.

Smith went under the radar playing with Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs, but he is a good prospect in his own right. Team sources say that of the trio of Alabama receiver prospects eligible for the 2020 NFL Draft, Smith could have the best hands and was the most consistent down-in-and-down-out.

Smith is a tough receiver who has demonstrated quality speed, route-running, and superb ball skills. He also has proven run-after-the-catch skills and is able to get yards after contact and dodge defenders. Smith is superb with his body control along the sideline to adjust to passes and stay in bounds as a runner.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Alabama 14 8 1 160 20 3 11.43
2018 Alabama 14 42 3 693 16.5 6 49.5
2019 Alabama 13 68 5 1256 18.47 14 96.62
2020 Alabama 13 117 9 1856 15.86 23 142.77

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 @ Missouri W 38 - 19 8 11 8
10/3/2020 Texas A&M W 52 - 24 6 11 6 1
10/10/2020 @ Ole Miss W 63 - 48 13 13 13 1
10/17/2020 Georgia W 41 - 24 11 15 11 2
10/24/2020 @ Tennessee W 48 - 17 7 10 7
10/31/2020 Mississippi St. W 41 - 0 11 18 11 4
11/21/2020 Kentucky W 63 - 3 9 16 9 2
11/28/2020 Auburn W 42 - 13 7 24 7 2
12/5/2020 @ LSU W 55 - 17 8 29 8 3
12/12/2020 @ Arkansas W 52 - 3 3 7 3
12/19/2020 Florida
@ Atlanta, GA
W 52 - 46 15 12 15 2
1/1/2021 Notre Dame
@ Arlington, Texas
W 31 - 14 7 19 7 3
1/11/2021 Ohio St.
@ Miami Gardens, FL
W 52 - 24 12 18 12 3




Drafted by Bears
Overall 20
Round: 1 Number: 20
4. Florida image Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida
Height: 5-11. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.44.
Projected Round (2021): 1-2.
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4/26/21: Toney's big-time ability and playmaking speed were put on display in 2020, as he was a dangerous receiver, potent runner, and punt returner. In the NFL, he could be a dynamic weapon who plays outside receiver, slot receiver, and some running back.

Toney is a threat to rip off a long gain on any reception hanks to his explosive speed, solid build, and toughness to pick up yards after contact. Team sources say Toney was impressive at the Senior Bowl with his explosion and ability to create separation from the all-star cornerbacks. Multiple team sources think Toney belongs in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft because of his lack of durability in college and being undersized for the NFL, but Toney is such an explosive playmaker the possibility is there for him to be a late first-round pick.

8/29/20: Team sources have said that Toney has big-time ability with playmaking speed and is very dangerous with the ball in his hands. He missed a lot of the 2019 season with an injury, so he must stay healthy as a senior. He has a ton of ability and upside.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Florida 8 15 2 152 10.13 19
2018 Florida 12 25 2 260 10.4 1 21.67
2019 Florida 7 10 1 194 19.4 1 27.71
2020 Florida 11 70 6 984 14.06 10 89.45

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 @ Ole Miss W 51 - 35 5 12 5 1
10/3/2020 South Carolina W 38 - 24 6 14 6 1
10/10/2020 @ Texas A&M L 38 - 41 7 13 7 2
10/31/2020 Missouri W 41 - 17 4 15 4 2
11/7/2020 Georgia
@ Jacksonville, FL
W 44 - 28 7 6 7
11/14/2020 Arkansas W 63 - 35 7 8 7
11/21/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 38 - 17 6 18 6 1
11/28/2020 Kentucky W 34 - 10 3 13 3
12/5/2020 @ Tennessee W 31 - 19 8 14 8 1
12/12/2020 LSU L 34 - 37 9 20 9 1
12/19/2020 Alabama
@ Atlanta, GA
L 46 - 52 8 19 8 1
12/30/2020 Oklahoma
@ Arlington, Texas
L 20 - 55 0






Drafted by Ravens
Overall 27
Round: 1 Number: 27
5. Minnesota image Rashod Bateman*, WR, Minnesota
Height: 6-2. Weight: 210.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Bateman opted back in after the Big Ten decided to bring back football. He then played in five games before deciding to opt out of the remainder of the season. Bateman was solid, but not overly impressive. He helped himself with a good pro-day performance.

8/29/20: Bateman was part of dynamic tandem with Tyler Johnson in 2019, and with Johnson now in the NFL, Bateman was likely to move from being the No. 2 wide receiver to the No. 1 role. With a former NFL wide receivers coach as the head coach of the Gophers, Bateman is receiving solid grooming in terms of his route running and technique. Bateman had the potential to put up a huge junior year and rise up these rankings, but the Big Ten canceled the 2020 season.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Minnesota 13 51 4 704 13.8 6 54.15
2019 Minnesota 13 60 5 1219 20.32 11 93.77
2020 Minnesota 5 36 7 487 13.53 2 97.4

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 Michigan L 24 - 49 9 11 9
10/30/2020 @ Maryland L 44 - 45 (1OT) 5 12 5
11/7/2020 @ Illinois W 41 - 14 10 15 10 1
11/13/2020 Iowa L 7 - 35 8 14 8 1
11/20/2020 Purdue W 34 - 31 4 15 4
12/12/2020 @ Nebraska W 24 - 17 0
12/19/2020 @ Wisconsin - 0




Drafted by Jets
Overall 34
Round: 2 Number: 2
6. Ole Miss image Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
Height: 5-9. Weight: 184.
Projected 40 Time: 4.48.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Moore played well in 2020 and could be a dangerous slot receiver for the NFL. Some team sources say they graded Moore as a late third-round or early fourth-round pick. Others have him as a second- or third-round pick. While he is small, he is very fast and an excellent route-runner who is a dangerous threat to produce big plays.

8/29/20: Moore is a slot receiver candidate for the NFL. While he went under the radar, he had a good 2019 season and was a steady receiver for the Rebels.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Ole Miss 12 36 3 398 11.06 2 33.17
2019 Ole Miss 12 67 6 850 12.69 6 70.83
2020 Ole Miss 8 86 11 1193 13.87 8 149.12

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Florida L 35 - 51 10 23 10
10/3/2020 @ Kentucky W 42 - 41 (1OT) 10 9 10 1
10/10/2020 Alabama L 48 - 63 11 13 11
10/17/2020 @ Arkansas L 21 - 33 11 10 11 1
10/24/2020 Auburn L 28 - 35 5 3 5 1
10/31/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 54 - 21 14 17 14 3
11/14/2020 South Carolina W 59 - 42 13 17 13 2
11/21/2020 @ Texas A&M - 0
11/28/2020 Mississippi St. W 31 - 24 12 12 12
12/19/2020 @ LSU - 0




Drafted by Browns
Overall 59
Round: 2 Number: 27
7. LSU image Terrace Marshall Jr.*, WR, LSU
Height: 6-4. Weight: 200.
Projected 40 Time: 4.5.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Marshall was likely to be the Tigers' No. 2 receiver in 2020, but that was before Ja'Marr Chase opted out of the season. Marshall played well in 2020 before opting out of the last portion of the year. If he had received more help from his quarterbacks and offensive line, he could have produced a massive season.

As it stands, team sources said they were impressed with Marshall, who has good size, length, build up deep speed, and mismatch ability. Marshall is a vertical threat, but he lacks explosion and first-step quickness. Being more of a build-up speed receiver could cause him to slip to the second day of the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Mitchell flashed ability and upside as a backup receiver during LSU's perfect 2019 season. While Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson were the top receivers, Mitchell still managed to haul in 46 passes for 671 yards and 13 touchdowns. Mitchell should be the Tigers' No. 2 receiver in 2020 and could produce a big year with Chase commanding extra attention, but will depend on how well their new quarterback plays.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 LSU 13 12 1 192 16 14.77
2019 LSU 12 46 4 671 14.59 13 55.92
2020 LSU 7 48 7 731 15.23 10 104.43

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Mississippi St. L 34 - 44 8 15 8 2
10/3/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 41 - 7 2 34 2 2
10/10/2020 @ Missouri L 41 - 45 11 21 11 3
10/24/2020 South Carolina W 52 - 24 6 15 6 2
10/31/2020 @ Auburn L 11 - 48 4 7 4
11/21/2020 @ Arkansas W 27 - 24 7 8 7
11/28/2020 @ Texas A&M L 7 - 20 10 13 10 1
12/5/2020 Alabama L 17 - 55 0
12/12/2020 @ Florida W 37 - 34 0
12/19/2020 Ole Miss W 53 - 48 0




Drafted by Seahawks
Overall 56
Round: 2 Number: 24
8. Western Michigan image D'Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan
Height: 5-9. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
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4/26/21: Eskridge played well for Western Michigan in 2020 and earned an invitation to the Senior Bowl. He could compete to be a shifty slot receiver in the NFL as he has deep speed and is a threat to score on any touch. Thanks to his game-breaking speed, Eskridge could contribute quickly as a pro.

8/29/20: Eskridge played cornerback as a junior, but he has moved to receiver for his senior year, and NFL teams had him down as a wideout for his senior year. His 2019 season was limited to four games because of a season-ending clavicle injury. Eskridge showed some playmaking ability as a freshman and sophomore at wideout.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2016 Western Mich. 12 17 1 121 7.12 1 10.08
2017 Western Mich. 12 30 3 506 16.87 3 42.17
2018 Western Mich. 11 38 3 776 20.42 3 70.55
2019 Western Mich. 4 3 1 73 24.33 18.25
2020 Western Mich. 6 34 6 784 23.06 8 130.67

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
11/4/2020 @ Akron W 58 - 13 3 38 3 2
11/11/2020 Toledo W 41 - 38 7 19 7 1
11/18/2020 @ Central Mich. W 52 - 44 4 53 4 3
11/28/2020 Northern Ill. W 30 - 27 7 19 7
12/5/2020 Eastern Mich. L 42 - 53 4 17 4 1
12/12/2020 @ Ball St. L 27 - 30 9 14 9 1




Drafted by Cardinals
Overall 49
Round: 2 Number: 17
9. Purdue image Rondale Moore*, WR, Purdue
Height: 5-9. Weight: 180.
Projected 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Moore opted back in after the Big Ten decided to play football, and he played well in games against Minnesota and Rutgers. It helped Moore to show that he is healthy given his injury-plagued 2019 season.

8/29/20: Due to his elite speed, Moore is an explosive playmaker with the ability to score on any touch. He had a tremendous freshman season, but his sophomore year was limited because he missed eight games with a hamstring injury.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Purdue 13 114 9 1258 11.04 12 96.77
2019 Purdue 4 29 7 387 13.34 2 96.75
2020 Purdue 3 35 12 270 7.71 90

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 Iowa W 24 - 20 0
10/31/2020 @ Illinois W 31 - 24 0
11/14/2020 Northwestern L 20 - 27 0
11/20/2020 @ Minnesota L 31 - 34 15 8 15
11/28/2020 Rutgers L 30 - 37 7 11 7
12/5/2020 Nebraska L 27 - 37 13 6 13






Drafted by Rams
Overall 57
Round: 2 Number: 25
10. Louisville image Tutu Atwell*, WR, Louisville
Height: 5-9. Weight: 165.
Projected 40 Time: 4.49.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Atwell was impressive in 2020, showing the speed to get open and playmaking ability. He could be a nice slot receiver in the NFL. Atwell has size limitations, but he is an explosive playmaker who could provide a quick impact.

8/29/20: Atwell was a productive slot receiver and playmaker for Louisville in 2019. He has serious speed, as evidenced by his excellent yards per catch. Even with his speed and home run potential, Atwell must get stronger for the NFL.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Louisville 12 24 2 406 16.92 2 33.83
2019 Louisville 13 70 5 1276 18.23 12 98.15
2020 Louisville 9 46 5 625 13.59 7 69.44

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Western Ky. W 35 - 21 7 11 7
9/19/2020 Miami (FL) L 34 - 47 8 14 8 2
9/26/2020 @ Pittsburgh L 20 - 23 4 9 4 1
10/9/2020 @ Georgia Tech L 27 - 46 6 9 6 1
10/17/2020 @ Notre Dame L 7 - 12 4 10 4
10/24/2020 Florida St. W 48 - 16 3 43 3 1
10/31/2020 Virginia Tech L 35 - 42 8 10 8
11/14/2020 @ Virginia L 17 - 31 0
11/20/2020 Syracuse W 30 - 0 1 19 1 1
11/28/2020 @ Boston College L 27 - 34 5 16 5 1
12/12/2020 Wake Forest W 45 - 21 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Laviska Shenault, Colorado
  • '19 - Miles Boykin, Notre Dame
  • '18 - James Washington, Oklahoma State
11. Wake Forest image Sage Surratt*, WR, Wake Forest
Height: 6-2. Weight: 215.
Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Surratt decided to sit out the 2020 season because of COVID-19. Team sources say Surratt looked good at the Senior Bowl in terms of his hands, size, and body control. They believe he will be a solid pro.

8/29/20: Surratt is a big receiver who uses his size to make some big catches over defensive backs. He is a good red-zone weapon, but he really struggles to separate from college cornerbacks, and that issue will only be worse in the NFL.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Wake Forest 0 0
2018 Wake Forest 13 41 3 581 14.17 4 44.69
2019 Wake Forest 9 66 7 1001 15.17 11 111.22

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Clemson L 13 - 37 0
9/19/2020 @ NC State L 42 - 45 0
10/2/2020 Campbell W 66 - 14 0
10/17/2020 Virginia W 40 - 23 0
10/24/2020 Virginia Tech W 23 - 16 0
10/31/2020 @ Syracuse W 38 - 14 0
11/14/2020 @ North Carolina L 53 - 59 0
11/21/2020 @ Duke - 0
12/5/2020 Miami (FL) - 0
12/12/2020 @ Louisville L 21 - 45 0
12/19/2020 Florida St. - 0




Drafted by Redskins
Overall 82
Round: 3 Number: 18
12. North Carolina image Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina
Height: 6-0. Weight: 195.
Projected 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2021): 2-4.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Brown is a deep-threat receiver who produced some huge plays for the Tar Heels over the past two seasons. In back-to-back years, he averaged a stellar 20 yards per reception, showing the speed to challenge defenses vertically. He is a threat to score on any reception, as suggested by his total of 20 touchdowns over the past two years. Brown is more of a build-up speed receiver, and he has had issues with drops. All that makes him more of a second-day prospect of the 2021 NFL Draft.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 North Carolina 10 17 2 173 10.18 1 17.3
2019 North Carolina 13 51 4 1034 20.27 12 79.54
2020 North Carolina 0 0




Drafted by Ravens
Overall 131
Round: 4 Number: 26
13. Oklahoma State image Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State
Height: 5-11. Weight: 185.
Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
Projected Round (2021): 3-4.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Wallace played well for the Cowboys in 2020 and looks healthy. He is a tough wideout who knows how to run routes and pick up yards after the catch, but he lacks a defining mismatch trait for the NFL. Hence, he could be a good No. 2 or 3 receiver at the next level.

8/29/20: Wallace had 53 receptions for 903 yards and eight touchdowns in 2019 before going down with a serious knee injury in practice that ended his year. Wallace was wise to go back to the Cowboys rather than enter the 2020 NFL Draft. As a sophomore, he caught 86 passes for 1,491 yards with 12 touchdowns.

Wallace might fit best in the NFL as a slot receiver because team sources believe that he is not as big as his listed numbers. They feel that he is similar to Josh Doctson, but Wallace is smaller. They call Wallace a tough receiver who plays big but lacks speed. They say he runs good routes and runs well after the catch, but he doesn't have a special dimension of mismatch size or speed.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Oklahoma St. 13 7 1 118 16.86 9.08
2018 Oklahoma St. 13 86 7 1491 17.34 12 114.69
2019 Oklahoma St. 9 53 6 903 17.04 8 100.33
2020 Oklahoma St. 9 53 6 877 16.55 6 97.44

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/19/2020 Tulsa W 16 - 7 4 25 4
9/26/2020 West Virginia W 27 - 13 6 13 6
10/3/2020 @ Kansas W 47 - 7 9 16 9 2
10/24/2020 Iowa St. W 24 - 21 5 15 5
10/31/2020 Texas L 34 - 41 (1OT) 11 17 11 2
11/7/2020 @ Kansas St. W 20 - 18 0
11/21/2020 @ Oklahoma L 13 - 41 4 17 4
11/28/2020 Texas Tech W 50 - 44 7 18 7 1
12/5/2020 @ TCU L 22 - 29 7 13 7 1
12/12/2020 @ Baylor W 42 - 3 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Collin Johnson, Texas
  • '19 - Gary Jennings, West Virginia
  • '18 - Dante Pettis, Washington
14. Houston image Marques Stevenson, WR, Houston
Height: 6-0. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.43.
Projected Round (2021): 3-4.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Stevenson didn't catch many balls in 2020, but he is an explosive playmaker in the mold of Marquise Brown or Jalen Reagor. Stevenson hurt himself with an underwhelming week at the Senior Bowl.

8/29/20: Team sources say that Stevenson jumped out to them last year, and they feel he could be a poor man's Hollywood Brown. Stevenson has serious speed and is a vertical deep-threat receiver for the next level. Entering the season, sources think he could end up being an early-rounder in the 2021 NFL Draft.





Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Van Jefferson, Florida
  • '19 - David Sills, West Virginia
  • '18 - Simmie Cobbs Jr., Indiana
15. Texas A&M image Jhamon Ausbon, WR, Texas A&M
Height: 6-2. Weight: 218.
Projected 40 Time: 4.75.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Ausbon decided to sit out the 2020 season, but team sources say they think Ausbon stands a good chance of going on Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft because his 2019 tape is very impressive. Ausbon hurt himself with a slow 40 at his pro day, but that was expected and he plays faster. Some sources thought Ausbon would be a third-round pick, but his slow 40 might push him into Day 3.

8/29/20: While Quartney Davis and Kendrick Rogers disappointed for the Aggies in 2019, Ausbon stepped up and was a solid receiver for Kellen Mond. Ausbon could take on a bigger role as a senior with both Davis and Rogers trying to make NFL rosters.

Ausbon is put together well, and he has more quickness than one would expect. Some team sources said they had given him grades for Day 2 if he had entered the 2020 NFL Draft.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Texas A&M 13 50 4 571 11.42 3 43.92
2018 Texas A&M 9 31 3 375 12.1 41.67
2019 Texas A&M 13 66 5 872 13.21 5 67.08

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Vanderbilt W 17 - 12 0
10/3/2020 @ Alabama L 24 - 52 0
10/10/2020 Florida W 41 - 38 0
10/17/2020 @ Mississippi St. W 28 - 14 0
10/31/2020 Arkansas W 42 - 31 0
11/7/2020 @ South Carolina W 48 - 3 0
11/21/2020 Ole Miss - 0
11/28/2020 LSU W 20 - 7 0
12/5/2020 @ Auburn W 31 - 20 0
12/19/2020 @ Tennessee - 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Lynn Bowden, Kentucky
  • '19 - Terry McLaurin, Ohio State
  • '18 - Korey Robertson, Southern Miss
16. Florida State image Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
Height: 6-4. Weight: 203.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Terry had a slow start to thhe 2020 season while playing banged up, but once again, Florida State had struggles along the offensive line and at quarterback. It wasn't clear if injuries or other factors played the deciding role in Terry opting out of the season with games remaining.

8/29/20: Terry recorded 44 receptions for 892 yards and eight scores in 2019. He took a touchdown 75 yards against Boise State. Team sources are high on Terry's potential with his excellent combination of size and speed. The 6-foot-4, 203-pounder is fast for a big receiver and has athleticism. As a redshirt freshman, Terry had 35 receptions for 744 yards and eight touchdowns. He has the upside and skill set to be an early-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Florida St. 0 0
2018 Florida St. 12 35 3 744 21.26 8 62
2019 Florida St. 13 60 5 1188 19.8 9 91.38
2020 Florida St. 5 23 5 289 12.57 1 57.8

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Georgia Tech L 13 - 16 6 9 6
9/26/2020 @ Miami (FL) L 10 - 52 0
10/3/2020 Jacksonville St. W 41 - 24 6 13 6
10/10/2020 @ Notre Dame L 26 - 42 9 16 9 1
10/17/2020 North Carolina W 31 - 28 0
10/24/2020 @ Louisville L 16 - 48 0
11/7/2020 Pittsburgh L 17 - 41 2 7 2
11/14/2020 @ NC State L 22 - 38 0
11/21/2020 Clemson - 0
11/28/2020 Virginia - 0
12/12/2020 Duke W 56 - 35 0
12/19/2020 @ Wake Forest - 0




Drafted by Bears
Overall 204
Round: 6 Number: 20
17. South Carolina image Shi Smith, WR, South Carolina
Height: 5-10. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.5.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Smith played well for South Carolina in 2020, displaying shifty receiving ability. He could be a nice slot receiver candidate for the NFL. Smith helped himself with a good week of practice at the Senior Bowl.

8/29/20: Smith has some slot receiver potential for the NFL. He is a quick and shifty player, but he faces size limitations for the next level.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 South Carolina 12 29 2 409 14.1 3 34.08
2018 South Carolina 12 45 4 673 14.96 4 56.08
2019 South Carolina 10 43 4 489 11.37 2 48.9
2020 South Carolina 9 57 6 633 11.11 4 70.33

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Tennessee L 27 - 31 10 14 10 1
10/3/2020 @ Florida L 24 - 38 12 7 12 1
10/10/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 41 - 7 4 12 4
10/17/2020 Auburn W 30 - 22 8 10 8 1
10/24/2020 @ LSU L 24 - 52 2 34 2
11/7/2020 Texas A&M L 3 - 48 7 9 7
11/14/2020 @ Ole Miss L 42 - 59 10 12 10 1
11/21/2020 Missouri L 10 - 17 1 9 1
11/28/2020 Georgia L 16 - 45 0
12/5/2020 @ Kentucky L 18 - 41 3 9 3




Drafted by Browns
Overall 211
Round: 6 Number: 27
18. UCLA image Demetric Felton, WR/RB, UCLA
Height: 5-10. Weight: 200.
Projected 40 Time: 4.49.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Felton was listed as a wide receiver by the NFL advance scouts, but was an effective running back for the Bruins in 2020. As a pro, he could be an undersized backup running back or compete as a slot receiver. Team sources say Felton had a good week of practice at the Senior Bowl and was impressive as a slot receiver. Playing wideout looks like his best position for sticking in the NFL given his size and skill set.

8/29/20: Felton split his time between taking carries and catching passes in 2019 as a versatile weapon for the Bruins. For the NFL, he projects best as a slot receiver, but he could possibly receive some consideration as a third-down receiving back who provides a mismatch issue against linebackers.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 UCLA 11 2 -2 -1 -.18
2018 UCLA 12 20 2 207 10.35 1 17.25
2019 UCLA 12 55 5 594 10.8 4 49.5
2020 UCLA 6 22 4 159 7.23 3 26.5

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
11/7/2020 @ Colorado L 42 - 48 7 7 7 1
11/15/2020 California W 34 - 10 3 9 3
11/21/2020 @ Oregon L 35 - 38 2 3 2
11/28/2020 Arizona W 27 - 10 4 6 4
12/5/2020 @ Arizona St. W 25 - 18 1 8 1
12/12/2020 Southern California L 38 - 43 5 9 5 2
12/19/2020 Stanford L 47 - 48 (2OT) 0




Drafted by Lions
Overall 112
Round: 4 Number: 7
19. USC image Amon-Ra St. Brown*, WR, USC
Height: 6-1. Weight: 195.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: St. Brown played well in 2020 overall, putting up solid performances in three games. He probably should have returned to USC for next season, but he entered the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: St. Brown was very productive for USC in 2019, forming a dangerous tandem with Michael Pittman Jr. St. Brown has quality size and quickness. He could have been in store for a big year as USC's No. 1 receiver and the replacement for Pittman, but the Pac-12 canceled the 2020 season.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Southern California 12 60 5 750 12.5 3 62.5
2019 Southern California 13 77 6 1042 13.53 6 80.15
2020 Southern California 6 41 7 478 11.66 7 79.67

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
11/7/2020 Arizona St. W 28 - 27 7 14 7
11/14/2020 @ Arizona W 34 - 30 7 16 7
11/21/2020 @ Utah W 33 - 17 5 11 5
12/6/2020 Washington St. W 38 - 13 7 9 7 4
12/12/2020 @ UCLA W 43 - 38 10 7 10 2
12/18/2020 Oregon L 24 - 31 5 15 5 1




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt
  • '19 - Dillon Mitchell, Oregon
  • '18 - Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State
20. Florida image Trevon Grimes, WR, Florida
Height: 6-5. Weight: 214.
Projected 40 Time: 4.53.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Grimes played well in 2020, showing mismatch size and playmaking ability. Florida featured Kyle Pitts and Kadarius Toney, but at most schools, Grimes would have been the No. 1 receiver. In the SEC Championship Game, Grimes torched a potential top-20 pick in Alabama's Patrick Surtain II on a 50-yard touchdown. Grimes has the potential to be a riser in the pre-draft workouts.

8/29/20: Grimes flashed in 2019, making some big plays for the Gators. He has mismatch size and should take on a bigger role in 2020 because Florida lost a few receivers to the 2020 NFL Draft. Grimes has the potential to be a riser.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Ohio St. 2 3 2 20 6.67 10
2018 Florida 13 26 2 364 14 2 28
2019 Florida 13 33 3 491 14.88 3 37.77
2020 Florida 10 34 3 511 15.03 8 51.1

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 @ Ole Miss W 51 - 35 3 21 3 1
10/3/2020 South Carolina W 38 - 24 2 13 2
10/10/2020 @ Texas A&M L 38 - 41 3 15 3
10/31/2020 Missouri W 41 - 17 3 11 3 1
11/7/2020 Georgia
@ Jacksonville, FL
W 44 - 28 2 14 2 1
11/14/2020 Arkansas W 63 - 35 6 18 6 2
11/21/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 38 - 17 3 15 3 1
11/28/2020 Kentucky W 34 - 10 2 6 2
12/5/2020 @ Tennessee W 31 - 19 6 9 6 2
12/12/2020 LSU L 34 - 37 4 25 4
12/19/2020 Alabama
@Atlanta, GA
- 0




Drafted by Chargers
Overall 77
Round: 3 Number: 13
21. Tennessee image Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee
Height: 6-2. Weight: 210.
Projected 40 Time: 4.57.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Palmer was a solid receiver for Tennessee who could have produced more over the past two years if he had seen more consistent quarterback play. Palmer has quality size, but he needs to show the speed to separate from cornerbacks to bolster his draft stock.



Drafted by Browns
Overall 89
Round: 3 Number: 25
22. Michigan image Nico Collins, WR, Michigan
Height: 6-4. Weight: 215.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Collins is a big receiver who showed some big-play ability as a junior, averaging 20 yards per reception. Michigan was inconsistent, however, at getting him the ball due to its streaky quarterback play. He could have been a riser because he has the size to be a mismatch weapon, but he decided to sit out the 2020 season and prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Michigan 4 3 1 27 9 6.75
2018 Michigan 13 38 3 632 16.63 6 48.62
2019 Michigan 12 37 3 729 19.7 7 60.75

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 @ Minnesota W 49 - 24 0
10/31/2020 Michigan St. L 24 - 27 0
11/7/2020 @ Indiana L 21 - 38 0
11/14/2020 Wisconsin L 11 - 49 0
11/21/2020 @ Rutgers W 48 - 42 (3OT) 0
11/28/2020 Penn St. L 17 - 27 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - John Hightower, Boise State
  • '19 - Jon'Vea Johnson, Toledo
  • '18 - Jester Weah, Pittsburgh
23. USC image Tyler Vaughns*, WR, USC
Height: 6-2. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Vaughns was solid, but not impressive, for USC in the shortened Pac-12 season. He should have gone back to the Trojans for 2021, but he decided to enter the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Vaughns was a good No. 2 receiver to Michael Pittman Jr. in 2019, and he could have taken a big jump as a senior if he emerged as the Trojans' No. 1 wide receiver with a more experienced quarterback. The 2020 season, however, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaughns still needs to show the ability to separate from top competition, and it would not hurt him to add some strength to battle pro cornerbacks.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Southern California 14 57 4 809 14.19 5 57.79
2018 Southern California 12 58 5 674 11.62 6 56.17
2019 Southern California 13 74 6 912 12.32 6 70.15
2020 Southern California 6 33 6 406 12.3 3 67.67

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
11/7/2020 Arizona St. W 28 - 27 7 8 7
11/14/2020 @ Arizona W 34 - 30 7 10 7
11/21/2020 @ Utah W 33 - 17 4 16 4 1
12/6/2020 Washington St. W 38 - 13 5 14 5 1
12/12/2020 @ UCLA W 43 - 38 8 16 8 1
12/18/2020 Oregon L 24 - 31 2 12 2




Drafted by Vikings
Overall 157
Round: 5 Number: 13
24. Iowa image Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR, Iowa
Height: 6-1. Weight: 183.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Smith-Marsette ended up turning in an impressive 2020 season for Iowa. He produced some big plays through the air, showing some speed and play-making ability.

8/29/20: Smith-Marsette had a solid junior year in which he showed some quickness as a wide receiver. He also recorded three rushing touchdowns. Smith-Marsette should add weight to his frame for the NFL and could be a slot receiver.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Iowa 12 18 2 187 10.39 2 15.58
2018 Iowa 12 23 2 361 15.7 3 30.08
2019 Iowa 13 44 3 722 16.41 5 55.54
2020 Iowa 7 25 4 345 13.8 3 49.29

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 @ Purdue L 20 - 24 0
10/31/2020 Northwestern L 20 - 21 7 12 7
11/7/2020 Michigan St. W 49 - 7 0
11/13/2020 @ Minnesota W 35 - 7 2 10 2
11/21/2020 @ Penn St. W 41 - 21 2 13 2
11/27/2020 Nebraska W 26 - 20 3 15 3
12/5/2020 @ Illinois W 35 - 21 4 8 4 1
12/12/2020 Wisconsin W 28 - 7 7 20 7 2




Drafted by Browns
Overall 91
Round: 3 Number: 27
25. Auburn image Anthony Schwartz*, WR, Auburn
Height: 6-1. Weight: 179.
Projected 40 Time: 4.48.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Schwartz flashed at times in 2020, but the Auburn offense struggled to get in rhythm. Schwartz could be a competitive slot receiver in the NFL. He has dangerous speed and could end up being a better pro than college player.

8/29/20: Schwartz is smaller slot receiver who has the upside to improve as a junior. He showed some ability to get open, and with more experience at quarterback, the Auburn passing game could be more consistent in 2020. Schwartz also should benefit from defenses sending extra coverage toward Seth Williams.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Auburn 13 22 2 357 16.23 2 27.46
2019 Auburn 13 41 3 440 10.73 1 33.85
2020 Auburn 10 54 5 636 11.78 3 63.6

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Kentucky W 29 - 13 3 13 3
10/3/2020 @ Georgia L 6 - 27 8 7 8
10/10/2020 Arkansas W 30 - 28 10 10 10 1
10/17/2020 @ South Carolina L 22 - 30 6 10 6
10/24/2020 @ Ole Miss W 35 - 28 7 6 7
10/31/2020 LSU W 48 - 11 4 31 4 1
11/21/2020 Tennessee W 30 - 17 3 28 3 1
11/28/2020 @ Alabama L 13 - 42 5 12 5
12/5/2020 Texas A&M L 20 - 31 3 13 3
12/12/2020 @ Mississippi St. W 24 - 10 5 6 5




Drafted by Titans
Overall 85
Round: 3 Number: 21
26. Clemson image Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson
Height: 5-10. Weight: 210.
Projected 40 Time: 4.57.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Rodgers played well for Clemson in 2020. He could be a slot receiver candidate for the NFL, but he has limitations with size and speed for the next level.

8/29/20: Rodgers has a running back's build and could be a slot receiver candidate for the NFL. He has the potential to rise in 2020 if he becomes the featured receiver with Justyn Ross out for the season. Rodgers has a lot of experience, but Clemson is always deep at receiver, so he will have to earn his targets.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Clemson 14 19 1 123 6.47 8.79
2018 Clemson 15 55 4 575 10.45 4 38.33
2019 Clemson 14 30 2 426 14.2 4 30.43
2020 Clemson 10 61 6 845 13.85 6 84.5

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 @ Wake Forest W 37 - 13 5 18 5
9/19/2020 The Citadel W 49 - 0 1 44 1 1
10/3/2020 Virginia W 41 - 23 6 12 6 2
10/10/2020 Miami (FL) W 42 - 17 7 9 7
10/17/2020 @ Georgia Tech W 73 - 7 6 27 6 2
10/24/2020 Syracuse W 47 - 21 8 11 8
10/31/2020 Boston College W 34 - 28 7 9 7 1
11/7/2020 @ Notre Dame L 40 - 47 (2OT) 8 17 8
11/21/2020 @ Florida St. - 0
11/28/2020 Pittsburgh W 52 - 17 10 9 10
12/5/2020 @ Virginia Tech W 45 - 10 3 11 3
12/19/2020 Notre Dame
@Charlotte, NC
- 0




Drafted by Falcons
Overall 219
Round: 6 Number: 35
27. Auburn image Seth Williams*, WR, Auburn
Height: 6-3. Weight: 224.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Williams really struggled in 2020, getting shut down by a number of opponents, including Georgia and South Carolina. Aside from struggling to create separation, Williams let some big plays get away from him, including dropping a long touchdown against Alabama. For the NFL, Williams is a big possession receiver who has issues separating from coverage. He should have returned for his senior year rather than head for the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Williams broke out for Auburn in 2019, making some clutch plays downfield for the Tigers. On the year, the big receiver had 59 receptions for 830 yards and eight touchdowns despite playing with a freshman quarterback. As a freshman, he had 26 catches for 534 yards and five scores. Williams has the upside to produce a huge junior year if the Auburn passing offense makes strides.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Auburn 13 26 2 534 20.54 5 41.08
2019 Auburn 12 59 5 830 14.07 8 69.17
2020 Auburn 10 42 4 688 16.38 4 68.8

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 Kentucky W 29 - 13 6 19 6 2
10/3/2020 @ Georgia L 6 - 27 3 11 3
10/10/2020 Arkansas W 30 - 28 3 23 3
10/17/2020 @ South Carolina L 22 - 30 4 19 4
10/24/2020 @ Ole Miss W 35 - 28 8 19 8 1
10/31/2020 LSU W 48 - 11 4 18 4
11/21/2020 Tennessee W 30 - 17 5 10 5
11/28/2020 @ Alabama L 13 - 42 3 6 3
12/5/2020 Texas A&M L 20 - 31 3 17 3
12/12/2020 @ Mississippi St. W 24 - 10 3 19 3 1




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - K.J. Hill, Ohio State
  • '19 - Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion
  • '18 - Justin Watson, Pennsylvania
28. Mississippi State image Osirus Mitchell, WR, Mississippi State
Height: 6-4. Weight: 206.
Projected 40 Time: 4.59.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Mitchell had a superb start to the 2020 season and led the Bulldogs to pulling off a road upset over LSU. After that, Mitchell was not as productive thanks to struggles at quarterback limiting him.

8/29/20: Mississippi State had a lot of talented receivers held back in 2019 by inconsistent quarterback play and injuries with the Bulldogs trigger man. Still, Mitchell managed to flash at times, notching six scores over only 29 receptions. He has mismatch size, and it will be interesting to see how he produces in Mike Leach's offense.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Mississippi St. 9 5 1 51 10.2 5.67
2018 Mississippi St. 13 26 2 427 16.42 4 32.85
2019 Mississippi St. 13 29 2 430 14.83 6 33.08
2020 Mississippi St. 9 41 5 458 11.17 3 50.89

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/26/2020 @ LSU W 44 - 34 7 26 7 2
10/3/2020 Arkansas L 14 - 21 5 12 5
10/10/2020 @ Kentucky L 2 - 24 2 2 2
10/17/2020 Texas A&M L 14 - 28 6 7 6
10/31/2020 @ Alabama L 0 - 41 2 9 2
11/7/2020 Vanderbilt W 24 - 17 4 8 4 1
11/21/2020 @ Georgia L 24 - 31 7 8 7
11/28/2020 @ Ole Miss L 24 - 31 5 8 5
12/12/2020 Auburn L 10 - 24 3 9 3
12/19/2020 Missouri - 0




Drafted by Bears
Overall 221
Round: 6 Number: 37
29. North Carolina image Dazz Newsome, WR, North Carolina
Height: 5-11. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.52.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Newsome turned in some good performances in 2020 and looks like a dangerous slot receiver candidate for the NFL.

8/29/20: Newsome had a productive junior year, showing the ability to move the chains with quickness and putting together an impressive touchdown total for a smaller receiver. For the NFL, Newsome could fit best as a slot receiver.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 North Carolina 9 18 2 227 12.61 25.22
2018 North Carolina 11 44 4 506 11.5 2 46
2019 North Carolina 12 72 6 1018 14.14 10 84.83
2020 North Carolina 11 48 4 616 12.83 5 56

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Syracuse W 31 - 6 2 13 2
10/3/2020 @ Boston College W 26 - 22 1 6 1
10/10/2020 Virginia Tech W 56 - 45 7 10 7 1
10/17/2020 @ Florida St. L 28 - 31 4 9 4
10/24/2020 NC State W 48 - 21 1 14 1
10/31/2020 @ Virginia L 41 - 44 3 19 3
11/7/2020 @ Duke W 56 - 24 6 10 6 1
11/14/2020 Wake Forest W 59 - 53 10 19 10 2
11/27/2020 Notre Dame L 17 - 31 6 11 6
12/5/2020 Western Caro. W 49 - 9 6 14 6 1
12/12/2020 @ Miami (FL) W 62 - 26 2 8 2




Drafted by Chiefs
Overall 181
Round: 5 Number: 37
30. Clemson image Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
Height: 6-0. Weight: 210.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Powell produced some huge plays for Clemson during the 2020 season, including huge performances against Notre Dame and Pittsburgh. Powell has a strong build and is a competitor. He possesses somewhat deceptive speed and an ability to run through some tackles.



Drafted by Seahawks
Overall 129
Round: 4 Number: 24
31. North Texas image Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas
Height: 5-8. Weight: 174.
Projected 40 Time: 4.47.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Darden could be a third-day steal in the 2021 NFL Draft, as he is a fast and shifty receiver with a nose for the end zone. Darden produced an excellent senior season by catching 74 passes for 1,190 yards and 19 touchdowns. He could be a Cole Beasley-type slot receiver for the NFL. If Darden weren't so undersized, he would be a second-day pick given his ability to get open and move the chains.



Drafted by Falcons
Overall 187
Round: 6 Number: 3
32. Arizona State image Frank Darby, WR, Arizona State
Height: 6-1. Weight: 200.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Darby missed some time with injury in 2020. He has a solid skill set and flashes some ability at times, but he is not overly fast or big.

8/29/20: Darby produced some big plays for Arizona State in 2019 while averaging 19.9 yards per catch and serving as a red-zone weapon with eight touchdowns. It would be interesting to see what Darby could have produced if given more opportunities.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Arizona St. 10 9 1 234 26 2 23.4
2018 Arizona St. 13 21 2 421 20.05 2 32.38
2019 Arizona St. 13 31 2 616 19.87 8 47.38
2020 Arizona St. 3 6 2 46 7.67 1 15.33

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
11/7/2020 @ Southern California L 27 - 28 1 2 1
12/5/2020 UCLA L 18 - 25 5 9 5 1
12/11/2020 @ Arizona W 70 - 7 0
12/19/2020 @ Oregon St. - 0




Drafted by Patriots
Overall 242
Round: 7 Number: 14
33. Central Florida image Tre Nixon, WR, Central Florida
Height: 6-2. Weight: 180.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Nixon was playing well against Georgia Tech in Central Florida's 2020 opener before suffering an injury. He was out for two months before returning to the field. Nixon should have gone back to Central Florida for 2021, but he entered the 2021 NFL Draft instead.

8/29/20: Nixon made some big plays for the Knights in 2019, as the No. 2 wide receiver to Gabriel Davis. With Davis in the NFL, Nixon should take over as the No. 1 receiver for the Knights and their point-machine offense. He needs to add weight and fill out his frame for the NFL.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 UCF 13 40 3 562 14.05 4 43.23
2019 UCF 13 49 4 830 16.94 7 63.85
2020 UCF 3 14 5 212 15.14 2 70.67

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/19/2020 @ Georgia Tech W 49 - 21 4 24 4 2
9/26/2020 @ East Carolina W 51 - 28 0
10/3/2020 Tulsa L 26 - 34 0
10/17/2020 @ Memphis L 49 - 50 0
10/24/2020 Tulane W 51 - 34 0
10/31/2020 @ Houston W 44 - 21 0
11/14/2020 Temple W 38 - 13 0
11/21/2020 Cincinnati L 33 - 36 5 5 5
11/27/2020 @ South Fla. W 58 - 46 5 19 5
12/22/2020 BYU
@Boca Raton, FL
- 0




Drafted by Jaguars
Overall 249
Round: 7 Number: 21
34. Notre Dame image Ben Skowronek, WR, Notre Dame
Height: 6-3. Weight: 224.
Projected 40 Time: 4.62.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Skowronek was a solid receiver at Northwestern before transferring to Notre Dame for his final season. With good height and a solid build, Skowronek has size to make catches over defenders, but in the NFL, he could struggle with gaining separation. Skowronek made some clutch plays for the Fighting Irish and earned an invitation to the Senior Bowl.



Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Nick Westbrook, Indiana
  • '19 - KeeSean Johnson, Fresno State
  • '18 - Steve Ishmael, Syracuse
35. LSU image Racy McMath, WR, LSU
Height: 6-3. Weight: 224.
Projected 40 Time: 4.6.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: McMath did not produce much while being on a crowded depth chart the past few seasons. Even after Justin Jefferson went to the NFL and Ja'Marr Chase sat out the 2020 season, LSU had another good talent to feature as the No. 1 in Terrace Marshall. Thus, McMath had a hard time getting targets, but he flashed enough of a skill set to earn an invitation to the Senior Bowl.



Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Marquez Callaway, Tennessee
  • '19 - Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech
  • '18 - Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh
36. UAB image Austin Watkins, WR, UAB
Height: 6-3. Weight: 205.
Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Watkins played well for UAB in 2020, but the team lost a lot of games to postponement and cancellations. The quality of Watkins' play and his skill set landed him an invitation to the Senior Bowl.

8/29/20: Watkins has good size to him, and he had an impressive 2019 season for UAB. He averaged almost 20 yards per catch last year, showing quickness to make plays. If Watkins can prove that he has speed to separate at an all-star game to go along with his obvious size, he could rise.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 UAB 6 7 1 82 11.71 13.67
2019 UAB 14 57 4 1092 19.16 6 78
2020 UAB 7 34 5 468 13.76 3 66.86

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/3/2020 Central Ark. W 45 - 35 7 10 7
9/10/2020 @ Miami (FL) L 14 - 31 3 11 3 1
9/24/2020 @ South Alabama W 42 - 10 7 26 7 1
10/3/2020 UTSA W 21 - 13 2 7 2
10/17/2020 Western Ky. W 37 - 14 7 8 7 1
10/23/2020 Louisiana L 20 - 24 2 9 2
10/31/2020 @ Louisiana Tech L 34 - 37 (2OT) 6 16 6
12/12/2020 @ Rice W 21 - 16 0
12/18/2020 @ Marshall W 22 - 13 0




Drafted by Saints
Overall 229
Round: 7 Number: 1
37. Charleston image Mike Strachan, WR, Charleston
Height: 6-5. Weight: 225.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Division II football was scheduled for the spring, but rather than playing, Strachan entered the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Strachan is a small-school receiver to keep an eye on. On top of having imposing size, Strachan has been a track performer for Charleston. Strachan dominated the competition in 2019, catching 19 touchdowns over 78 receptions. In his first season of playing college football, he had 48 receptions for 1,007 yards and eight scores.

Hailing from the Bahamas provides some context for why a big wideout with quickness ended up at a DII school. If Strachan has great Senior Bowl and NFL Scouting Combine performances, he could rocket up draft boards.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Charleston (WV) 7 1 6 .14 6 .86
2018 Charleston (WV) 11 48 1007 4.36 20.98 8 91.55
2019 Charleston (WV) 11 78 1319 7.09 16.91 19 119.91

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/27/2018 Glenville St. W 42 - 3 9 175 19.44 4
9/5/2019 Fairmont St. W 42 - 39 9 157 17.44 2
9/12/2019 @ Urbana L 20 - 28 13 146 11.23 1
9/21/2019 West Va. Wesleyan W 34 - 29 8 180 22.5 2
9/28/2019 @ Valparaiso W 19 - 13 5 61 12.2
10/5/2019 @ Wheeling W 51 - 12 8 87 10.88 3
10/12/2019 Notre Dame (OH) L 53 - 63 12 207 17.25 2
10/17/2019 @ Frostburg St. L 7 - 42 3 47 15.67 1
11/2/2019 @ West Virginia St. W 49 - 24 2 21 10.5 1
11/7/2019 Concord W 41 - 14 6 110 18.33 2
11/16/2019 @ West Liberty W 34 - 26 3 128 42.67 1




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Dezmon Patmon, Washington State
  • '19 - John Ursua, Hawaii
  • '18 - Richie James, Middle Tennessee
38. Texas image Tarik Black, WR, Texas
Height: 6-3. Weight: 206.
Projected 40 Time: 4.49.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Black was decent for Texas in 2020, but he did not do enough to rise up the rankings.

8/29/20: Black decided to transfer to Texas from Michigan after last season. In 2019 for Michigan, he had 25 receptions for 323 yards and a touchdown. Black was held back the inconsistent passing of the Wolverines.

Black was a top recruit who flashed some real ability early on at Michigan, but he sustained a broken foot as a freshman and missed the last 10 games of 2017. That year, he recorded had 11 receptions for 149 yard and a touchdown. Black then suffered another broken foot in August of 2018. Black could produce well in 2020 if he's able to avoid injury.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Michigan 3 11 4 149 13.55 1 49.67
2018 Michigan 6 4 1 35 8.75 5.83
2019 Michigan 12 25 2 323 12.92 1 26.92
2020 Texas 8 10 1 240 24 1 30

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 UTEP W 59 - 3 5 16 5 1
9/26/2020 @ Texas Tech W 63 - 56 (1OT) 0
10/3/2020 TCU L 31 - 33 1 12 1
10/10/2020 Oklahoma
@ Dallas, Texas
L 45 - 53 (4OT) 1 24 1
10/24/2020 Baylor W 27 - 16 1 72 1
10/31/2020 @ Oklahoma St. W 41 - 34 (1OT) 0
11/7/2020 West Virginia W 17 - 13 1 21 1
11/27/2020 Iowa St. L 20 - 23 1 31 1
12/5/2020 @ Kansas St. W 69 - 31 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Cody White, Michigan State
  • '19 - Anthony Ratliff-Williams, North Carolina
  • '18 - Ray-Ray McCloud, Clemson
39. Michigan image Ronnie Bell, WR, Michigan
Height: 6-0. Weight: 184.
Projected 40 Time: 4.52.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Bell was decent, but not impressive, in 2020. He will have to compete as a slot receiver in the NFL.

8/29/20: Bell could be a slot receiver candidate for the NFL. As a sophomore, he had a solid season for the Wolverines despite the inconsistent play of quarterback Shea Patterson. If Bell can add some weight to his frame, he could get consideration as an outside receiver.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Michigan 13 8 1 145 18.12 2 11.15
2019 Michigan 13 48 4 758 15.79 1 58.31
2020 Michigan 6 26 4 401 15.42 1 66.83

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 @ Minnesota W 49 - 24 4 19 4
10/31/2020 Michigan St. L 24 - 27 4 12 4
11/7/2020 @ Indiana L 21 - 38 6 25 6 1
11/14/2020 Wisconsin L 11 - 49 4 14 4
11/21/2020 @ Rutgers W 48 - 42 (3OT) 4 9 4
11/28/2020 Penn St. L 17 - 27 4 10 4




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Joe Reed, Virginia
  • '19 - Preston Williams, Colorado State
  • '18 - Brandon Powell, Florida
40. Nicholls State image Dai'Jean Dixon, WR, Nicholls State
Height: 6-4. Weight: 200.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Nicholls State didn't play football in the fall.

8/29/20: Dixon averaged almost 20 yards per catch in 2019 while topping 1,000 yards on barely 50 receptions. The big wideout has mismatch size. On top of staying consistent as a senior, he needs to show the speed to separate from better competition.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Nicholls St. 12 23 2 489 21.26 5 40.75
2018 Nicholls St. 13 53 4 753 14.21 7 57.92
2019 Nicholls St. 9 54 6 1044 19.33 8 116
2020 Nicholls St. 0 0

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
2/27/2021 Lamar University - 0
3/6/2021 @ Northwestern St. - 0
3/13/2021 @ Sam Houston St. - 0
3/27/2021 UIW - 0
4/3/2021 @ McNeese - 0
4/10/2021 Southeastern La. - 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - James Proche, SMU
  • '19 - Deondre Douglas, Troy
  • '18 - Steven Mitchell, USC
41. Hawaii image Rico Bussey Jr., WR, Hawaii
Height: 6-2. Weight: 190.
Projected 40 Time: 4.52.
Projected Round (2021): 5–7.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Bussey was impressive for Hawaii in 2020. Off-the-field issues weigh down his stock.

8/29/20: Bussey notched five receptions for 150 yards and a touchdown in 2019 before going out for the season with a torn ACL. He was wise to take a medical redshirt for 2020, taking the opportunity to be a graduate transfer.

Bussey impressed enough at North Texas over the past few seasons to earn a spot on NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 and 2021 NFL Drafts. Not only has Bussey made the list twice, he received a projection of having potential for the first four rounds by the advance scouts for the 2020 NFL Draft cycle. It sounds, however, like off-the-field and injury concerns could cause him to slide.

In 2018, Bussey caught 68 passes for 1,017 yards with 12 touchdowns. He had 46 receptions for 677 yards and seven scores in 2017.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2016 North Texas 6 8 97 1.33 12.12 1 16.17
2017 North Texas 13 47 677 3.62 14.4 7 52.08
2018 North Texas 12 68 1017 5.67 14.96 12 84.75
2019 North Texas 3 5 150 1.67 30 1 50

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
8/31/2019 Abilene Christian W 51 - 31 4 156 39 1
9/7/2019 @ SMU L 27 - 49 0
9/14/2019 @ California L 17 - 23 1 -6 -6
9/21/2019 UTSA W 45 - 3 0
9/28/2019 Houston L 25 - 46 0
10/12/2019 @ Southern Miss. L 27 - 45 0
10/19/2019 Middle Tenn. W 33 - 30 0
10/26/2019 @ Charlotte L 38 - 39 0
11/2/2019 UTEP W 52 - 26 0
11/9/2019 @ Louisiana Tech L 17 - 52 0
11/23/2019 @ Rice L 14 - 20 0
11/30/2019 UAB L 21 - 26 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Austin Mack, Ohio State
  • '19 - James Gardner, Miami (Ohio)
  • '18 - Cam Phillips, Virginia Tech
42. Texas Tech image T.J. Vasher, WR, Texas Tech
Height: 6-6. Weight: 210.
Projected 40 Time: 4.51.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Vasher is a talented big receiver, but he also has huge football character concerns that weigh down his draft stock significantly. Texas Tech made Vasher a backup for a significant amount of his final season, which was due to the makeup issues. Vasher could go undrafted because of the character issues.

8/29/20: Team sources say that Vasher jumped out at them last year with a style of play that is similar to Bengals star A.J. Green. Vasher has excellent height, and scouts say he plays fast for that size. While he is not a burner, given his length and size, he has very good speed and quickness. Evaluators say Vasher has outstanding to exceptional hands, superb ball adjustment, and is decent running after the catch.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2016 Texas Tech 1 2 2 9 4.5 9
2017 Texas Tech 13 29 2 545 18.79 6 41.92
2018 Texas Tech 11 54 5 687 12.72 7 62.45
2019 Texas Tech 10 42 4 515 12.26 6 51.5
2020 Texas Tech 7 19 3 227 11.95 2 32.43

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Houston Baptist W 35 - 33 8 10 8
9/26/2020 Texas L 56 - 63 (1OT) 4 19 4 2
10/3/2020 @ Kansas St. L 21 - 31 2 5 2
10/10/2020 @ Iowa St. L 15 - 31 0
10/24/2020 West Virginia W 34 - 27 0
10/31/2020 Oklahoma L 28 - 62 0
11/7/2020 @ TCU L 18 - 34 2 11 2
11/14/2020 Baylor W 24 - 23 2 14 2
11/28/2020 @ Oklahoma St. L 44 - 50 1 14 1
12/5/2020 Kansas W 16 - 13 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Chris Finke, Notre Dame
  • '19 - Cody Thompson, Toledo
  • '18 - Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech
43. Colorado State image Warren Stewart, WR, Colorado State
Height: 6-6. Weight: 206.
Projected 40 Time: 4.59.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Jackson decided to opt out of the 2020 season and is preparing for the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Jackson is a mammoth receiver who presents a giant size-mismatch problem for defensive backs. After not doing much during his first two seasons, Jackson broke out in 2019 with 77 catches for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns. If Jackson shows the speed to separate, he could skyrocket.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Colorado St. 13 15 265 1.15 17.67 2 20.38
2018 Colorado St. 10 32 405 3.2 12.66 4 40.5
2019 Colorado St. 10 77 1119 7.7 14.53 8 111.9
2020 Colorado St. 0 0

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
8/30/2019 Colorado
@ Denver, Colo.
L 31 - 52 8 87 10.88 1
9/7/2019 Western Ill. W 38 - 13 7 55 7.86
9/14/2019 @ Arkansas L 34 - 55 4 53 13.25 1
9/21/2019 Toledo L 35 - 41 12 132 11 1
9/28/2019 @ Utah St. L 24 - 34 0
10/5/2019 San Diego St. L 10 - 24 0
10/11/2019 @ New Mexico W 35 - 21 9 214 23.78 2
10/26/2019 @ Fresno St. W 41 - 31 9 178 19.78 1
11/2/2019 UNLV W 37 - 17 6 133 22.17
11/16/2019 Air Force L 21 - 38 8 88 11
11/22/2019 @ Wyoming L 7 - 17 6 95 15.83 1
11/29/2019 Boise St. L 24 - 31 8 84 10.5 1




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Darnell Mooney, Tulane
  • '19 - Johnny Dixon, Ohio State
  • '18 - Ka'Raun White, West Virginia
44. Memphis image Damonte Coxie, WR, Memphis
Height: 6-3. Weight: 197.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Coxie missed some action with injuries in 2020. Sources say their impression of Coxie is that he is just a guy.

8/29/20: Coxie has good size and some quickness to get open. He was very consistent over the past two seasons, and he could produce another good year as a senior. Memphis has a dynamic rushing attack, and Coxie could take advantage of safeties looking to stop the ground attack. Showing the speed to separate against top competition will be important for Coxie in 2020.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Memphis 13 21 2 323 15.38 3 24.85
2018 Memphis 14 72 5 1174 16.31 7 83.86
2019 Memphis 14 76 5 1276 16.79 9 91.14
2020 Memphis 2 16 8 175 10.94 1 87.5

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/5/2020 Arkansas St. W 37 - 24 8 11 8 1
10/3/2020 @ SMU L 27 - 30 8 11 8
10/17/2020 UCF W 50 - 49 0
10/24/2020 Temple W 41 - 29 0
10/31/2020 @ Cincinnati L 10 - 49 0
11/7/2020 South Fla. W 34 - 33 0
11/21/2020 SFA W 56 - 14 0
11/28/2020 @ Navy W 10 - 7 0
12/5/2020 @ Tulane L 21 - 35 0
12/12/2020 Houston W 30 - 27 0
12/23/2020 Fla. Atlantic
@Montgomery, AL
- 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Darrell Stewart, Michigan State
  • '19 - Greg Dortch, Wake Forest
  • '18 - Austin Proehl, North Carolina
45. Iowa image Brandon Smith, WR, Iowa
Height: 6-2. Weight: 218.
Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Smith was decent for Iowa in 2020.

8/29/20: Smith is a thickly built receiver who has flashed somewhat over the past couple of seasons. He needs to show the speed to separate.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Iowa 10 3 15 5 1.5
2018 Iowa 12 28 2 361 12.89 2 30.08
2019 Iowa 9 37 4 439 11.86 5 48.78
2020 Iowa 8 23 3 231 10.04 2 28.88

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 @ Purdue L 20 - 24 3 11 3
10/31/2020 Northwestern L 20 - 21 3 6 3 1
11/7/2020 Michigan St. W 49 - 7 3 12 3 1
11/13/2020 @ Minnesota W 35 - 7 0
11/21/2020 @ Penn St. W 41 - 21 3 9 3
11/27/2020 Nebraska W 26 - 20 3 9 3
12/5/2020 @ Illinois W 35 - 21 5 12 5
12/12/2020 Wisconsin W 28 - 7 3 10 3




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Aaron Parker, Rhode Island
  • '19 - Jovon Durante, Florida Atlantic
  • '18 - Davon Grayson, East Carolina
46. Indiana image Whop Philyor, WR, Indiana
Height: 5-11. Weight: 178.
Projected 40 Time: 4.52.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Philyor had a decent 2020 season for Indiana, but he was not impressive enough to be a riser.

8/29/20: Philyor is a lean receiver who needs to gain some weight for the NFL, but he was a nice weapon for the Hoosiers in 2019. For the next level, Philyor will have to fit as a slot receiver.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Indiana 11 33 3 335 10.15 3 30.45
2018 Indiana 7 23 3 235 10.22 1 33.57
2019 Indiana 12 70 6 1002 14.31 5 83.5
2020 Indiana 7 36 5 414 11.5 3 59.14

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
10/24/2020 Penn St. W 36 - 35 (1OT) 5 7 5 1
10/31/2020 @ Rutgers W 37 - 21 5 27 5
11/7/2020 Michigan W 38 - 21 11 7 11
11/14/2020 @ Michigan St. W 24 - 0 3 12 3
11/21/2020 @ Ohio St. L 35 - 42 6 9 6 1
11/28/2020 Maryland W 27 - 11 2 12 2
12/5/2020 @ Wisconsin W 14 - 6 4 12 4 1




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Justin Hill, Mount Union
  • '19 - Tyron Johnson, Oklahoma State
  • '18 - Chris Lacey, Oklahoma State
47. Notre Dame image Javon McKinley, WR, Notre Dame
Height: 6-2. Weight: 220.
Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: McKinley made some clutch catches for Notre Dame in 2020, but he was not overly impressive.

8/29/20: McKinley is put together well and has flashed enough in practice to have the advance scouts place him on their preseason watch list. He could take on a bigger role with Chase Claypool in the NFL.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2016 Notre Dame 7 0
2017 Notre Dame 0 0
2018 Notre Dame 4 0
2019 Notre Dame 9 11 1 268 24.36 4 29.78
2020 Notre Dame 10 37 4 660 17.84 3 66

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Duke W 27 - 13 0
9/19/2020 South Fla. W 52 - 0 1 7 1
10/10/2020 Florida St. W 42 - 26 5 21 5
10/17/2020 Louisville W 12 - 7 1 7 1
10/24/2020 @ Pittsburgh W 45 - 3 2 25 2
10/31/2020 @ Georgia Tech W 31 - 13 5 19 5
11/7/2020 Clemson W 47 - 40 (2OT) 5 20 5
11/14/2020 @ Boston College W 45 - 31 5 10 5
11/27/2020 @ North Carolina W 31 - 17 6 23 6
12/5/2020 Syracuse W 45 - 21 7 16 7 3
12/19/2020 Clemson
@Charlotte, NC
- 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Lawrence Cager, Georgia
  • '18 - Robert Foster, Alabama
48. Arkansas State image Jonathan Adams Jr., WR, Arkansas State
Height: 6-3. Weight: 209.
Projected 40 Time: 4.59.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: In 2020, Adams played well and was productive for Arkansas State.

8/29/20: Adams produced well for the Red Wolves in 2019. He has quality size, so if he has the ability to separate will be watched closely. It would help him to perform well at an all-star game.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Arkansas St. 11 8 77 .73 9.62 1 7
2018 Arkansas St. 11 17 267 1.55 15.71 3 24.27
2019 Arkansas St. 13 62 851 4.77 13.73 5 65.46
2020 Arkansas St. 0 0

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
8/31/2019 SMU L 30 - 37 8 84 10.5
9/7/2019 @ UNLV W 43 - 17 4 36 9
9/14/2019 @ Georgia L 0 - 55 7 85 12.14
9/21/2019 Southern Ill. W 41 - 28 3 46 15.33 1
9/28/2019 @ Troy W 50 - 43 7 105 15 1
10/5/2019 @ Georgia St. L 38 - 52 2 48 24
10/17/2019 Louisiana L 20 - 37 6 39 6.5
10/26/2019 Texas St. W 38 - 14 3 20 6.67
11/2/2019 @ La.-Monroe W 48 - 41 3 32 10.67
11/16/2019 Coastal Carolina W 28 - 27 4 66 16.5
11/23/2019 Ga. Southern W 38 - 33 7 158 22.57 2
11/29/2019 @ South Alabama L 30 - 34 4 69 17.25
12/21/2019 FIU
@ Montgomery, Ala.
W 34 - 26 4 63 15.75 1




Drafted by Texans
Overall 109
Round: 4 Number: 4
49. Louisville image Dez Fitzpatrick, WR, Louisville
Height: 6-2. Weight: 204.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2021): 7-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Fitzpatrick was decent in 2020.

8/29/20: Fitzpatrick was a quality No. 2 receiver to Tutu Atwell in 2019. He needs to show improved production as a senior.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Louisville 13 45 3 699 15.53 9 53.77
2018 Louisville 12 31 3 422 13.61 3 35.17
2019 Louisville 13 35 3 635 18.14 6 48.85
2020 Louisville 11 43 4 833 19.37 3 75.73

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/12/2020 Western Ky. W 35 - 21 4 28 4 1
9/19/2020 Miami (FL) L 34 - 47 7 11 7
9/26/2020 @ Pittsburgh L 20 - 23 1 14 1
10/9/2020 @ Georgia Tech L 27 - 46 1 36 1
10/17/2020 @ Notre Dame L 7 - 12 2 11 2
10/24/2020 Florida St. W 48 - 16 2 15 2
10/31/2020 Virginia Tech L 35 - 42 5 32 5 1
11/14/2020 @ Virginia L 17 - 31 5 14 5
11/20/2020 Syracuse W 30 - 0 2 30 2
11/28/2020 @ Boston College L 27 - 34 8 23 8 1
12/12/2020 Wake Forest W 45 - 21 6 13 6




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Kendrick Rogers, Texas A&M
50. South Dakota State image Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State
Height: 5-10. Weight: 180.
Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
Projected Round (2021): 7-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: The Jackrabbits planned on starting to play football in February, but Johnson accepted an invite to play in the Senior Bowl, so he entered the 2021 NFL Draft instead.

8/29/20: Johnson is very undersized for the NFL, but he was very productive for the Jackrabbits over the past two seasons. Johnson needs to fill out his frame for the next level and will have to try to make it as a slot receiver.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 South Dakota St. 14 23 2 318 13.83 3 22.71
2018 South Dakota St. 13 67 5 1332 19.88 17 102.46
2019 South Dakota St. 13 72 6 1222 16.97 8 94
2020 South Dakota St. 0 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Kirk Merritt, Arkansas State
51. Louisiana Tech image Adrian Hardy, WR, Louisiana Tech
Height: 6-2. Weight: 200.
Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
Projected Round (2021): 7-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Hardy had decent production early in the 2020 season. Louisiana Tech had four November games postponed or canceled.

8/29/20: Hardy's best season came in 2018, when he was an effective receiver for the Bulldogs. His role was reduced in 2019, so he needs to rebound as a senior.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Louisiana Tech 9 18 251 2 13.94 1 27.89
2018 Louisiana Tech 13 75 1145 5.77 15.27 6 88.08
2019 Louisiana Tech 10 42 534 4.2 12.71 1 53.4
2020 Louisiana Tech 7 33 440 4.71 13.33 4 62.86

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
9/1/2018 @ South Alabama W 30 - 26 3 24 73 1
9/8/2018 Southern U. W 54 - 17 6 19 111
9/22/2018 @ LSU L 21 - 38 10 18 181 2
9/29/2018 @ North Texas W 29 - 27 7 11 75 1
10/6/2018 UAB L 7 - 28 2 17 33
10/13/2018 @ UTSA W 31 - 3 5 17 87
10/20/2018 UTEP W 31 - 24 1 19 19 1
10/26/2018 @ Fla. Atlantic W 21 - 13 4 16 65
11/3/2018 @ Mississippi St. L 3 - 45 1 13 13
11/10/2018 Rice W 28 - 13 10 16 160
11/17/2018 @ Southern Miss. L 20 - 21 11 10 110 1
11/24/2018 Western Ky. L 15 - 30 9 14 125
12/22/2018 @ Hawaii W 31 - 14 6 16 93




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Ja'Marcus Bradley, La.-Lafayette
52. Ball State image Justin Hall, WR, Ball State
Height: 5-9. Weight: 181.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2021): 7-FA.
View Ranking History

4/26/21: Hall was solid for Ball State in 2020.

8/29/20: Hall was a steady receiver for Ball State during the past three seasons. He is undersized for the NFL and will need to grow stronger.


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Ball St. 12 78 801 6.5 10.27 3 66.75
2018 Ball St. 12 69 622 5.75 9.01 51.83
2019 Ball St. 12 61 684 5.08 11.21 6 57
2020 Ball St. 4 27 379 6.75 14.04 1 94.75

Receiving Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Rec. Yds Yds/Rec. TDs
8/30/2018 Central Conn. St. W 42 - 6 5 8 38
9/8/2018 @ Notre Dame L 16 - 24 6 12 71
9/15/2018 @ Indiana L 10 - 38 1 6 6
9/22/2018 Western Ky. L 20 - 28 9 7 60
9/29/2018 Kent St. W 52 - 24 1 7 7
10/6/2018 Northern Ill. L 16 - 24 7 8 59
10/13/2018 @ Central Mich. W 24 - 23 4 7 26
10/20/2018 Eastern Mich. L 20 - 42 10 8 81
10/25/2018 @ Ohio L 14 - 52 4 11 42
10/31/2018 @ Toledo L 13 - 45 10 8 82
11/13/2018 Western Mich. W 42 - 41 (1OT) 9 13 117
11/20/2018 @ Miami (OH) L 21 - 42 3 11 33






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