2019 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Rankings

Unlike the previous years class the 2019 receiver class looks to have some top end talent that could be contending to be taken in the top 10 of the first round. Combined with the potential elite receivers there the early look at the 2019 class looks like there is plenty of depth that should stretch into day two. Whether you need a big contested catcher, a satellite receiver or even the speed demons. Here is a look at our 2019 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Rankings.

***Only Players whose games have been broken down are ranked. New Players added on a daily basis***

 QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | iOL | DL | Edge | LB | CB | S | Top 1-2

2019 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Rankings

1 DK Metcalf Mississippi SO 6’4 225

2 N’Keal Harry Arizona State JR 6’4 213

3 Marquise Brown Oklahoma JR 5’10 168

4 Kelvin Harmon North Carolina State JR 6’3 214

5 Deebo Samuel South Carolina SR 6’0 210

6 Anthony Johnson Buffalo JR 6’2 207

7 Hakeem Butler Iowa State JR 6’6 225

8 David Sills West Virginia SR 6’4 203

9 AJ Brown Mississippi JR 6’1 225

10 Terry McLaurin Ohio State SR 6’1 205

11 Riley Ridley Georgia JR 6’1 198

12 Andy Isabella UMass SR 5’10 190

13 Hunter Renfrow Clemson SR 5’10 180

14 Stanley Morgan Nebraska SR 6’1 195

15 JJ Arcega – Whiteside Stanford SR 6’3 221

16 Cody Thompson Toledo SR 6’2 205

17 Jared Cornelius Arkansas SR 5’11 207

18 Ventell Bryant Temple SR 6’3 201

19 Paris Campbell Ohio State SR 6’1 208

20 Anthony Ratliff – Williams North Carolina JR 6’1 205

21 Terry Godwin Georgia SR 5’11 185

22 Jalen Hurd Baylor SR 6’4 217

23 Emanuel Hall Missouri SR 6’3 195

24 Nick Westbrook Indiana SR 6’3 210

25 Jonathan Giles LSU SR 5’11 184

26 Emmanuel Butler Northern Arizona SR 6’4 200

QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | iOL | DL | Edge | LB | CB | S | Top 102

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