The Bleacher Report article ranked 56 receivers total with their strengths, weaknesses and grades.
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51. Emmanuel Butler, Northern Arizona
Butler is a 6-foot-3, 217-pound All-American who totaled 187 catches for 3,217 yards and 33 touchdowns in his NAU career. Miller grades him at a 5.00, which equals a priority free agent.
From the article: "Emmanuel Butler had a productive career before he lost most of his 2017 season to a shoulder injury. When he returned for 2018, many expected a big year from him, but that didn't happen. Butler is an outside receiver who lacks the ability to play vertically and couldn't separate against lower-level competition."
46. Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State
The LSU transfer played one season at Northwestern State and went off, hauling in 66 catches for 1,117 yards and 13 touchdowns. At 6-foot-5, 227 pounds, he ran extremely well at the NFL Combine with a 4.46-second 40-yard dash along with a 37-inch vertical. Miller gives Ferguson a 5.10 grade, a Round 7 and backup caliber projection.
From the article: "Jazz dominated in his one season at the FCS level but struggled to get snaps at LSU and later took a suspension—which resulted in his transfer to Northwestern State. Ferguson can provide a red-zone target immediately. His ability to high-point and play well against press coverage will make him difficult to guard inside the 20-yard line."
38. Alex Wesley, Northern Colorado
The 6-foot, 190-pound speedster caught 156 career passes for 2,716 yards and 17 touchdowns. Wesley went over 1,000 yards in his junior and senior seasons for the Bears. He gets a 5.35 grade from Miller, projecting him as a Round 6 pick and backup caliber.
From the article: "Alex Wesley has speed and moves, but he's a small-school guy with an average build and a profile that might limit him to the slot. There's room for him on a roster, though, especially if he can prove himself as a return man."
24. Keelan Doss, UC Davis
Doss just keeps on rising on draft boards. He's 6-foot-2 and 211 pounds and dominated at the FCS level. His career numbers include 321 receptions for 4,069 yards and 28 touchdowns. Miller grades Doss at a 5.75, projecting him in Round 4 and a backup caliber.
From the article: "Keelan Doss has a high football IQ and put up good numbers over the last two years (233 catches, 2,833 yards, 16 touchdown receptions). He struggled to create separation against lower-level talent, and many people question his speed after he didn't run at the combine. If a team is looking for receiver depth, Doss can provide it immediately."
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