NFL Combine – Wide Receivers

As the NFL heads towards its annual Combine next week, the invitation list helps narrow the field on the top prospects in the country, both seniors and underclassmen. Over the next week we’ll preview and review each position.

The group of 46 wide receivers that will be at the NFL Combine is one of the most diverse positions that can be found in this year’s class of draft eligible players. There are stars like Alabama’s Julio Jones (above left) and A.J. Green of Georgia (above right) and unknowns like Kealoha Pilares and Ricardo Lockette. They range in height from 6-5 to 5-6½. They are from big-time programs like Auburn, Georgia, and Alabama, and Division III schools like Mt. Union and the NAIA like Walsh University.

The group has 11 underclassmen including Jones, Green and Pittsburgh’s Jonathan Baldwin – all three are considered first-round prospects. It appears there is something for everyone among this group, no matter where a team might be looking to draft a receiver.

WIDE RECEIVER (46)

Player  School 

Class 

HT 

WT 

Darvin Adams  Auburn 

JR 

6-2¼

185

Jonathan Baldwin  Pittsburgh 

JR 

6-4½ 

230 

Armon Binns  Cincinnati 

SR 

6-2¼

211

DeAndre Brown  So. Miss 

JR 

6-5

239

Vincent Brown  San Diego St. 

SR 

5-11

184

Stephen Burton  West Texas A&M 

SR 

6-1¾

219

Randall Cobb  Kentucky 

JR 

5-10½

190

Mark Dell  Michigan State 

SR 

6-0½

200

Tandon Doss  Indiana 

JR 

6-2¼

200

Edmond Gates  Abilene Christian 

SR 

5-11½

189

A.J. Green  Georgia 

JR 

6-3½

212

Tori Gurley  South Carolina

JR 

6-4

230

Jamel Hamler  Fresno State

JR 

6-1½

195

Leonard Hankerson  Miami 

SR 

6-1½

205

Dwayne Harris  East Carolina 

SR 

5-9¾

200

Andre Holmes  Hillsdale 

SR 

6-4½

209

Lester Jean Florida Atlantic 

SR 

6-3

211

Jerrel Jernigan  Troy 

SR 

5-8¾

190

Ronald Johnson  Southern Cal 

SR 

5-11

186

Julio Jones  Alabama 

JR 

6-4

220

Jeremy Kerley  TCU 

SR 

5-9¼

188

Greg Little  North Carolina 

JR 

6-2

220

Ricardo Lockette  Fort Valley State

SR 

6-2

207

Jeff Maehl  Oregon 

SR 

6-0

181

Denarius Moore  Tennessee 

SR 

6-0

191

Joe Morgan  Walsh 

SR 

6-0½

185

O.J. Murdock  Fort Hays State 

SR 

5-10½

194

Jamar Newsome  Central Florida 

SR 

6-0½

198

Niles Paul  Nebraska 

SR 

6-0¾

225

Austin Pettis  Boise State 

SR 

6-2½

205

Kealoha Pilares  Hawaii 

SR 

5-10¼

205

Aldrick Robinson SMU 

SR 

5-9¾

181

Gregory Salas  Hawaii 

SR 

6-1

206

Demarco Sampson  San Diego State 

SR 

6-2

208

Jock Sanders  West Virginia 

SR 

5-6½

174

Dane Sanzenbacher  Ohio State 

SR 

5-11

180

Cecil Shorts  Mt. Union 

SR 

5-11¾

200

Keith Smith  Purdue 

SR 

6-2 

226 

Torrey Smith  Maryland

JR 

6-0¼

205

Owen Spencer  North Carolina St. 

SR 

6-2½

191

Terrance Toliver LSU 

SR 

6-3½

211

Terrance Turner  Indiana 

SR 

6-1¾

220

Ryan Whalen  Stanford 

SR 

6-1

204

Marshall Williams  Wake Forest 

SR 

6-0½

190

Jimmy Young  TCU 

SR 

6-0

205

Titus Young  Boise State

SR 

5-11¼

174

Height-weight in red = official numbers from all-star games.

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