Which wide receivers showed up or fell flat at the Scouting Combine?
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Excellent article. Does a WR rank/value drop If say drafted by Ravens? Some mock drafts show JSN being drafted by Ravens. I had Bateman and got frustrated with the run or throw to TE so I traded him. I’m afraid of same situation with JSN. Is this valid or am I worrying for nothing?
I’d be disappointed if JSN went to Baltimore as well. Both he and Bateman need a “take the top off” fast receiver opposite them; someone to open up the underneath routes so that they can use their superior route running skills to get open consistently. JSN is just a more talented Bateman.
I would batch these guys into tiers and if they got to sub optimal landing spots but with the draft capital we were predicting pre-draft, then I would value the other players in that tier a little higher. From the macro, in most situations with these wide receivers, since the class is more shallow, you are going to catch yourself leaning more into the running back position if this wide receiver class gets nasty.