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Top 10 NFL draft prospects: wide receivers

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Name, school Ht. Wt. 40

Sammy Watkins, Clemson 6-0¾ 211 4.43 Will go up and get it. Competes hard and is a strong runner after the catch.

Mike Evans, Texas A&M 6-4¾ 231 4.53 Matchup nightmare because of his size/strength. Fiery and competitive.

Odell Beckham Jr., LSU 5-11¼ 198 4.43 Vertical threat who makes tacklers miss. Soft but inconsistent hands.

Brandin Cooks, Oregon St. 5-9¾ 189 4.33 Small, strong and tough. Elite speed and elusiveness make him a threat.

Marquise Lee, USC 5-11¾ 192 4.52 Drops and knee injury tainted final season; had 25 TDs in first 2 seasons.

Kelvin Benjamin, Florida St. 6-5 240 4.61 Must refine route running and reduce drops but great size-speed combo.

Cody Latimer, Indiana 6-2½ 215 4.47 Has mental and physical toughness to work middle and stretch the field.

Davante Adams, Fresno St. 6-0⅞ 212 4.56 Somewhat raw redshirt soph. had 233 catches, 3,031 yards and 38 TDs.

Bruce Ellington, South Carolina 5-9⅜ 197 4.45 High-character guy; great quickness, speed and potential returner

Jarvis Landry, LSU 5-11½ 205 4.77 Tough, possession type who won't back down, but he lacks speed

-- Bob LeGere

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