With the completion of the NFL Scouting Combine, we are now one step closer to the draft. The results will give us one more piece to the puzzle as we try to crack the code and see which prospects will make an impact on our dynasty teams.
Wide receiver is the deepest skill position in the draft in terms of talent. This class has all types of receivers to choose from, including a few players who could make an instant impact as a true WR1 for an NFL team. On top of that, we will have traditional field stretchers, possession receivers, and slot receivers at our fingertips in rookie drafts this year.
The Combine hosted 48 wide receivers who have hopes, dreams and aspirations of becoming the next mega star in the NFL. After a strenuous week of fielding interviews, testing medicals and getting measured, the group of wide receivers took to the field to test their athleticism. Along with performing some drills they also tested their 40-yard dash, vertical, three-cone, 20 and 60-yard shuttle and broad jump.
Below are the full results from the Combine for the 2019 wide receiver class:
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