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Top 25 WR in College Football

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Found this a few minutes ago. its on bleacher report so I know some might not like it but none the less I understand the importance of getting a WR this draft in the 1st round so I decided to share.

 

Let me know how you agree or disagree on rankings and why

 

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1839327-br-cfb-250-top-24-wide-receivers-in-college-football/page/2

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This is all kinds of fuged up

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Though I'm not a Kelvin Benjamin homer, he's better than #24. I'd put him closer to #7 and Watkins around #4 with Mike Evans at #1.

 

I'm not a big Odell Beckham fan, this writer must be a LSU homer with two LSU WR's in the top 4. Probably the most intriguing WR in the class to me after Evans is Allen Robinson.

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Yeah, I don't even understand this. I'm not the hugest Benjamin fan, but 24th? C'mon. I'd say he's definitely Top 10.

 

Also, ODB #1? Lol.

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So what would be your top ten guys? I'm trying to catch more games so I can see these kids play myself.

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My top ten:

1. Sammy Watkins

2. Mike Evans

3. Jordan Matthews

4. Allen Robinson

5. Kelvin Benjamin

6. Devin Street

7. Marquis Lee

8. Jeremy Gallon

9. Jarvis Landry

10. Brandin Cooks

I think 1 and 2 are clearly in a league of their own. 3-6 could be interchangeable. You're picking a guy for the system/where he wins.

I have marquis Lee at 7, but I think he could be in the 12-14 range when his career is done. He's a USC receiver. They don't work out.

8-10 are lumped together. Special teams players/system fits.

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My top ten:

1. Sammy Watkins

2. Mike Evans

3. Jordan Matthews

4. Allen Robinson

5. Kelvin Benjamin

6. Devin Street

7. Marquis Lee

8. Jeremy Gallon

9. Jarvis Landry

10. Brandin Cooks

I think 1 and 2 are clearly in a league of their own. 3-6 could be interchangeable. You're picking a guy for the system/where he wins.

I have marquis Lee at 7, but I think he could be in the 12-14 range when his career is done. He's a USC receiver. They don't work out.

8-10 are lumped together. Special teams players/system fits.

Lulz, analysis....

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My top ten:

1. Sammy Watkins

2. Mike Evans

3. Jordan Matthews

4. Allen Robinson

5. Kelvin Benjamin

6. Devin Street

7. Marquis Lee

8. Jeremy Gallon

9. Jarvis Landry

10. Brandin Cooks

I think 1 and 2 are clearly in a league of their own. 3-6 could be interchangeable. You're picking a guy for the system/where he wins.

I have marquis Lee at 7, but I think he could be in the 12-14 range when his career is done. He's a USC receiver. They don't work out.

8-10 are lumped together. Special teams players/system fits.

Guys 6-10 over Moncrief?

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Guys 6-10 over Moncrief?

I'm not the biggest fan of Moncrief. He could be awesome, but, I'm just by sure. Though, the third their guys 6-10 really don't have that much separation between them. There's a log jam there. So, you could probably easily fill him into that slot.

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