2014 DRAFTTEK BIG BOARD - Ranked by Position
Wide Receivers (Feature)
Most Recent Revision:  3/28/2014


QB Center OG LOT ROT TE RBF RBC WRF WRS FB
DE43 DE34 DT43 DT34 OLB43 OLB34 ILB SS FS CB PK

Big Ten SEC PAC 12 Big 12 ACC Mtn West C USA Sun Belt AAC MAC


1 (4)   0 Clemson
Sammy Watkins
Jr          6'1"          211
#2
BIO
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2 (16)   0 USC
Marqise Lee
Jr          6'0"          192
#9
BIO
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3 (18)   0 Texas A&M
Mike Evans
Jr          6'5"          231
#13
BIO
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4 (22)   0 LSU
Odell Beckham Jr.
Jr          5'11"          198
#3
BIO
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5 (40)   0 Penn State
Allen Robinson
Jr          6'3"          220
#8
BIO
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6 (43)  +4 Vanderbilt
Jordan Matthews
Sr          6'3"          212
#87
BIO
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7 (47)  +3 Fresno State
Davante Adams
So          6'1"          212
#15
BIO
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8 (50)  +6 Colorado
Paul Richardson
Jr          6'0"          175
#6
BIO
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9 (56)  +8 LSU
Jarvis Landry
Jr          5'11"          204
#80
BIO
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10 (64)  +4 Clemson
Martavis Bryant
Jr          6'3"          211
#1
BIO
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11 (68)  +9 Ole Miss
Donte Moncrief
Jr          6'2"          221
#12
BIO
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12 (77) -34 Florida State
Kelvin Benjamin
So          6'5"          240
#1
BIO
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13 (88)   0 Wisconsin
Jared Abbrederis
Jr          6'1"          195
#4
BIO
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14 (96)   0 Rutgers
Brandon Coleman
Sr          6'6"          225
#17
BIO
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15 (111)   0 Oregon
Josh Huff
Sr          5'11"          205
#1
BIO
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16 (118)   0 Texas
Mike Davis
Sr          6'0"          197
#1
BIO
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17 (126)   0 Indiana
Cody Latimer
Jr          6'2"          215
#3
BIO
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18 (137)   0 Pittsburgh
Devin Street
Sr          6'3"          198
#15
BIO
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19 (149)   0 UCLA
Shaq Evans
Sr          6'1"          213
#1
BIO
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20 (153)   0 BYU
Cody Hoffman
Sr          6'4"          223
#2
BIO
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21 (178)   0 Texas Tech
Eric Ward
Sr          6'0"          205
#18
BIO
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22 (186)   0 Notre Dame
T.J. Jones
Sr          6'0"          188
#7
BIO
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23 (192)  +1 Wake Forest
Michael Campanaro
Sr          5'9"          192
#3
BIO
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24 (203)  +1 Saginaw Valley
Jeff Janis
Sr          6'3"          219
#82
BIO
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25 (207)  +1 Tulane
Ryan Grant
Sr          6'0"          199
#3
BIO
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26 (212)  +1 Coastal Carolina
Matt Hazel
Sr          6'1"          198
#84
BIO
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27 (232)  +15 Missouri
L'Damian Washington
Sr          5'10"          198
#2
BIO
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28 (237)  +15 Oklahoma State
Tracy Moore
Sr          6'1"          215
#87
BIO
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29 (241)  +15 Alabama
Kevin Norwood
Sr          6'2"          198
#83
BIO
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30 (256)  +4 Nebraska
Quincy Enunwa
Sr          6'2"          206
#18
BIO
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31 (286)  +20 Texas A&M
Derel Walker
Sr          6'2"          185
#11
BIO
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32 (310)  +2 Florida
Trey Burton
Sr          6'2"          224
#8
BIO
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33 (318)  +4 Miami (FL)
Allen Hurns
Sr          6'1"          198
#1
BIO
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34 (335)   -2 Buffalo
Alex Neutz
Sr          6'2"          205
#19
BIO
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35 (344)   -5 Rutgers
Jeremy Deering
Sr          6'2"          210
#18
BIO
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36 (355)   -6 North Carolina St
Quintin Payton
Sr          6'3"          210
#88
BIO
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37 (366)   -8 Missouri
Marcus Lucas
Sr          6'4"          218
#85
BIO
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38 (390)   -18 Ball State
Willie Snead
Jr          5'11"          193
#3
BIO
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WIDE RECEIVER
FEATURE

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In a classic offensive formation, there will be two wide receivers on the field. The Split End (SE) begins the play on the line of scrimmage. The Flanker (FL) prototypically lines up on the opposite side of the SE, a few yards off the scrimmage line. Sometimes third and even 4th WRs are used. These are called Slot (SL) receivers, lining up in the space (slot) between the offensive linemen and outside receivers.

Wide Receivers have the following responsibilities:

1) Catch forward passes from the Quarterback
2) Create diversions to confuse defenders
3) Participate in blocking and running plays as needed

Drafttek hes determined that GMs go into the draft looking for WRs with certain traits or skills. But the SE, FL and SL playing field labels do not adequately describe these traits and skills when applied to college WR prospects. Drafttek created the descriptors WRF and WRS to categorize WR talent.

WRF - College prospects who possess the blend of size, speed and route-running to function as a "feature" WR on the professional level. In the 1st and 2nd rounds GMs tend to target the full-featured WRFs, looking for the niche type WRS in lower rounds.

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