Two guys that we should be paying attention to more than Marqise Lee and Sammy Watkins are Jordan Matthews and Cody Hoffman. One of these two guys could push to be the no.2 best receiver next year leading to the Draft, but as of right now Lee and Watkins should be regarded as the two top receivers. Assuming that hopefully we wont be drafting in the Top15 again next year, let's pay closer attention to Matthews and Hoffman.
Jordan Matthews, WR Vanderbilt (6'3" 205 lbs)
40 time: 4.55
2012: 94 rec, 1323 yds, 8 tds
2011: 41 rec, 778 yds, 5 tds
Jordan Matthews is the cousin to probably the best to ever played his position "Jerry Rice". Matthews had some very good games vs. Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, USC, Mizzou, and Ole Miss last season. His speed and highlights reel doesn't "WOW" you like Lee or Watkins but he has enough speed to break away after the catch. He's not as elusive and athletic as Lee and Watkins, but he's a big possession receiver who can make some incredible tough catches. He uses his body favorably creating mismatch vs. smaller corners. Matthews seems like a very mature and smart kid.
My NFL Comparison: Slower Vincent Jackson
Cody Hoffman, WR BYU (6'4" 215 lbs)
40 time: 4.56
2012: 100 rec, 1248 yds, 11 tds
2011: 61 rec, 943 yds, 10 tds
Cody Hoffman is another big possession receiver like Matthews. Like Matthews, he is not going to stretch the field. Hoffman can catch the ball at the highest point. He seem to be more elusive and plays faster than Matthews on the field even though both runs very similar 40 times. Considering how terrible BYU QB is, I don't know how Hoffman even managed to put up the numbers he did last season.
My NFL Comparison: Jordy Nelson