I must be missing something with Breshad, every time I watch him on tape I see him taking advantage of soft zone coverage and bad DB placement, but he does not actively get open often in man coverage, and most his catches off of man are once again because of bad DB placement. He for sure is excellent at taking the underneath route and running it up field, and give him credit for that, however, he is going to be overdrafted for size and speed as opposed to actual production. Another thing that concerns me is how he did last season against Missouri, Connecticut, and Penn state last season. In no way shape or form would I even give a thought to putting him above the top three receivers in the draft, and I think you take him on his potential, and even that is a pretty big risk. Can he be dominate? Sure, he absolutely has freakish size and speed, but he is not going to develop into a Dez Bryant, Calvin Johnson, AJ Green type of guy.
Kevin White > Amari Cooper > Devante Parker > Agholor > Perriman = Strong
Just my opinion though.