If the NFL is a passing league, as many people think, then someone's got to be catching all of those passes, right?

 

Awesomely enough, this year's NFL Draft boasts one of the deepest WR classes in recently memory.  We'll be seeing these guys make spectacular plays for years to come!

 

Sammy Watkins – Clemson

We don't want to jinx anybody, but Sammy Watkins looks like a NFL star already. He has size, speed and that extra bit of sizzle needed to make a big impact in the NFL.  Adding to his appeal is his big-play ability returning kicks.

 

Mike Evans – Texas A&M

Evans is 6-foot-5 with incredible hands and exceptional leaping abilities. You want a lofty comparison? Many think that Mike Evans reminds them of Calvin Johnson.  If Evans turns out to be merely a Minitron, he'll be a NFL star.

 

Marqise Lee - USC

Lee caught 118 passes for a whopping 1,721 yards and 14 TDs during his sophomore season at USC.  This guy is a big-time playmaker.

 

Odell Beckham Jr.  LSU

Beckham Jr. averaged over 20 yards per catch in college. Not bad. Not bad at all.

 

Brandin Cooks – Oregon State

Cooks ran a blazing 4.33 40 yard dash at the combine. He could be a YAC (Yards After Catch) machine in the NFL.

 

Sleeper:

 

Cody Latimer - Indiana

Latimer is a tough physical specimen with great hands. His 39-inch vertical leap allows him win a lot of jump balls on deep passes.



Who will be the best WR taken in this year's NFL Draft?