WIDE RECEIVER RANKING 2022 NFL DRAFT
After the WR drills of the combine, we now regard Drake London and Jameson Williams as the two best NFL prospects - players that we only had second-round grades on at the start of the season.
What also stands out about this year's wide receiver class is size and strength and this is particularly evident with the likely top prospect Garrett Wilson from Ohio State, who is listed at 6’ 0” but plays bigger. He is smooth with great hands and will likely become a quality pro outside receiver. Chris Olave, also from Ohio State could well be the second wideout taken, he’s slightly faster than his teammate, but doesn’t have the power or supreme hands - still, he’s a top prospect and could easily dominate at the next level.
Teylon Burks from Arkansas is an athletic freak who has the speed of a wide receiver (4.55) coupled with the size of a linebacker. However, Teylon’s more than just an unpolished raw recruit, as he’s already been quite productive in his short Razorback career leading them with 50 plus receptions in 2020.