Early WR Rankings for 2003

Though still very early, here is an initial look at the wide receiver list for April of 2004, inclusive of all draft eligible prospects. This list will be worked throughout the summer as we make our way back into the film from the 2002 season.

Full Name School Year Comments
Reggie Williams Washington 3Jr Game impacting or game controlling receiver very much in the Keyshawn Johnson mold.
Roy Williams Texas 4Sr Nice sized, talented receiver with great physical skills but plagued with injury and inconsistency.
Michael Jenkins Ohio St 4Sr A big time prospect if he fills out physically, gets stronger and keeps his speed.  
Rashaun Woods Oklahoma St 5Sr Clairvoyant receiver with innate pass catching skills and the "go to guy" that cannot be stopped.
Larry Fitzgerald Pittsburgh 2So Tremendous young prospects with exceptional hands.
Lee Evans Wisconsin 5Sr Natural pass catcher with great football instinct and a productive coming of two knee surgeries.
Michael Clayton LSU 3Jr A player that could quickly make a big jump up draft boards.
Devard Darling Washington St 3Jr Natural receiver with big play skills.
Darius Watts Marshall 4Sr Great physical specimen with a tremendous amount of upside potential as a football player.
Bernard Berrian Fresno St 5Sr Hard-working, game breaking skill player that impacts the game as both a receiver and return specialist.
Keary Colbert USC 4Sr Instinctive football player with terrific receiving skills.
Ernest Wilford Virginia Tech 5Sr Nice sized receiver that stretches it deep on occasion.
Fred Gibson Georgia 4Jr Terrific athlete and reliable wide out.
Johnnie Morant Syracuse 4Sr Big time athlete that can be one of the premiere receivers in the nation if he takes his game up two notches.
Derek McCoy Colorado 5Sr Underrated receiver slowly developing into a complete pass catcher.
Derrick Hamilton Clemson 3Jr Big play wide out and return specialist.
BJ Johnson Texas 4Sr Solid receiver that takes it deep on occasion, breaking the long one or makes the important catch over the middle.
Tony Johnson Penn St 4Sr Solid number two receiver at the next level and one that will compliment a big pass catcher in the starting line-up.
Marques Davis Fresno St 5Sr Overshadowed by teammate Bernard Berrian but a valid pro-prospect.

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