When it comes to the depth of all the positions for this year's draft class, wide receiver is arguably the deepest and at a minimum one of the deepest.
While a few of them appear to be first-round locks; many others are projected to go late in the first round or early in the second round.
The top receivers in this year's draft class are Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon, the two-time Biletnikoff winner, and Notre Dame's Michael Floyd. (Take our poll on how high Floyd will be drafted.)
In addition to Blackmon and Floyd, Baylor's Kendall Wright should go in the first round.
In my mock draft, I had five receivers go in the first round: Blackmon, Floyd, Wright, LSU's Rueben Randle and Georgia Tech's Stephen Hill. (Brendan Donahue had four receivers go in the first round in his mock.)
While Hill is raw (only 28 receptions last year), he was perhaps the player who saw his stock rise the most after his combine workout.
Along with Randle and Hill, others that figure to be considered at the end of the first round or beginning of the second round include Rutgers' Mohammed Sanu and South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery.
How many receivers will be drafted in Round 1?