The 2020 NFL Draft class of receivers have much to live up to. 2019 boasted seven rookie pass-catchers who impressed immediately. Terry McLaurin, A.J. Brown, D.K. Metcalf, Deebo Samuel, Marquise Brown, Darius Slayton, and Diontae Johnson all had great rookie seasons. Now consider this: this year's top ten wide receivers might be better.
This is the deepest position in the 2020 NFL Draft. Productive players will be available deep into day 3. You're in luck if your favorite team needs wide receivers. Without further ado, my top wideouts in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Top 10 Wide Receivers: No. 10 -...
Each year, folks in the draft community tend to gravitate towards offensive players that can make the big play. The positions of wide receiver and running back are two of those positions. One year, there might be an incredible running back class but a wide receiver class lacking talent, and vice versa. We don’t get the privilege of seeing a year with both the wide receiver class and running back class be loaded with talent; but this year isn’t like other. With stars at the top and good players throughout, there is no shortage of playmakers in...
Weight: 195 lbs
Four-Star prospect by ESPN, Rivals, and 247 Sports.
2019 Biletnikoff Preseason Watchlist
2019 Maxwell Award Preseason Watchlist
2019 Preseason All-American by Phil Steele
Jalen Reagor is a two-year productive receiver for TCU. Was a consensus four-star recruiting prospect out of high school. Primarily plays the right outside receiver position. In this article, we'll breakdown his mechanics and evaluate his future and an NFL wide receiver prospect.
What I Like:
Route Running Ability Outside The Numbers
This is an NFL Caliber effort from Jalen Reagor on this play. Reagor shows good acceleration off the line of scrimmage, forcing the defender...