Updated 4/18

I have no idea why people say this is a weak WR class. I have 34 guys that I think could easily be drafted, and the depth is strong. There are two near elite talents, five or six guys with top-40 draftability, and plenty of depth throughout.
  1. AJ Green, Georgia

    This really should be "1A" because Julio Jones is just as good of an overall prospect as Green.

  2. Julio Jones, Alabama

    Jones is "1B" in this draft because he is an amazing blocker. Some will say "who cares about blocking" but when a receiver needs to block on about 1/4th of offensive plays it makes sense that Jones is 1/4th better of the time than Green.

  3. Jonathon Baldwin, Pittsburgh
  4. Leonard Hankerson, Miami
  5. Torrey Smith, Maryland
  6. Titus Young, Boise State
  7. Greg Little, UNC
  8. Randal Cobb, Kentucky
  9. Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
  10. Edmund Gates, Abilene Christian
  11. Tandon Doss, Indiana
  12. Terrance Tolliver, LSU
  13. Greg Salas, Hawaii
  14. Vincent Brown, San Diego State
  15. Austin Pettis, Boise State
  16. Cecil Shorts, Mount Union

    Cecil Shorts? Well Pierre Garcon is a Mount Union guy that helps Shorts in draft talk.

  17. Denarius Moore, Tennessee
  18. Stephen Burton, West Texas A&M
  19. DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss
  20. Dwayne Harris, ECU
  21. Ronald Johnson, USC
  22. Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, Iowa
  23. Lester Jean, FAU
  24. Tori Gurley, South Carolina
  25. Niles Paul, Nebraska
  26. Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio State
  27. Aldrick Robinson, SMU
  28. Kris Adams, UTEP
  29. Chris Matthews, Kentucky
  30. Jeff Maehl, Oregon
  31. Darvin Adams, Auburn
  32. Jeremy Kurley, TCU
  33. Jock Sanders, West Virginia
  34. Armon Binns, Cincinnati