Tyler Forness’ Top 5 - WRs

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Wide Receivers After seeing historic classes last year and in 2015, this year is poised to be even more so. We are looking at potentially 6 wide receivers going on day one and upwards of 20 (through 2 days) and 40 (all 3 days) being drafted. Not only is there excellent depth and elite-level talent at the top, but there is a wide variety of styles to fit any offense. When I grade wide receivers, I value two things above all else: route running and separation. If you can break away from the defender, it makes everything that much easier for you and the quarterback. Everything else you want to see from a receiver is weighted evenly, as they all matter to truly make a great receiver Hands/10 Release/10 Route Running/15 Separation/15 Contested Catches/10 Tracking/10 Body Control/10 YAC Ability/10 Agility/10 Grade/100 Written pieces involving my top 5 Jaylen Waddle https://climbingthepocket.com/2021/01/14/skol-search-jaylen-waddle-scouting-report/ Rashod Bateman https://climbingthepocket.com/2021/02/01/skol-search-rashod-bateman-scouting-report/ DeVonta Smith https://climbingthepocket.com/2021/01/23/skol-search-devonta-smith-scouting-report/ Kadarius Toney https://climbingthepocket.com/2021/01/12/skol-search-kadarius-toney-scouting-report/ Ja’Marr Chase https://climbingthepocket.com/2021/01/04/skol-search-jamarr-chase-scouting-report/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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