In a draft class that lacks a Calvin Johnson, an A.J Green, or even a Justin Blackmon, Cordarrelle Patterson is the most talented receiver the 2013 Draft has to offer. It's a most unique situation considering that Patterson has only played one year of D-1 football, but it was an exciting one no doubt. Patterson immediately burst onto the scene showing off a rare combination of size, strength, speed, and agility. At times he looks like Brandon Marshall overpowering defensive backs, and can even show flashes of Lesean McCoy in the open field. With his limited experience, Patterson relies almost exclusively on his athletic ability, and will need some serious coaching to get acclimated to the NFL. His route running is very under developed, he doesn't catch the ball as well as you would like, and his football IQ is something that needs to be improved. Patterson also comes with some character concerns, as he struggled mightily to even make his way to Division One football, and reportedly came off immature and unintelligent in his combine interviews. Patterson has the ability to be an elite receiver in the NFL, but as a projected mid 1st round selection, he's a rather risky selection.