2019 NFL Draft Position Rankings: WR

Wide Receivers

Rankings by Steve Johnson

This class has a lot of talent. It offers a good blend of possession, speed, and red zone threats. Ole Miss has a great trio in D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown, and DaMarkus Lodge. Kelvin Harmon, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside,  N’Keal Harry, and Marquise Brown can all be drafted in the first two rounds. If you’re looking for a big body, Hakeem Butler is your guy. Need a slot guy that can provide return ability? Deebo Samuel and Anthony Ratliff-Williams both do that. One of the more intriguing prospects is WVU’s David Sills, who was a former highly touted QB that suffered a wrist injury, and ended up scoring 33 TDs over the past two years.

Last Updated: 4/17/19

QB | RB | TE | OLEdge | IDL | LBCB | S

RankNameCollegeYearHtWtLast Ranking
1D.K. MetcalfMississippiRS Soph6'3 3/8"2281
2Marquise BrownOklahomaJunior5'91667
3J.J. Arcega-WhitesideStanfordJunior6'32213
4A.J. BrownMississippiJunior6'12255
5Kelvin HarmonN.C. St.Junior6'32132
6Riley RidleyGeorgiaJunior6'22096
7Hakeem ButlerIowa St.RS Junior6'62278
8N'Keal HarryArizona St.Junior6'42194
9Terry McLaurinOhio St. RS Senior6'02099
10Deebo SamuelSouth CarolinaRS Senior6'021010
Emanuel HallMissouriSenior6'2201
Stanley Morgan Jr.NebraskaSenior6'1195
Antoine WesleyTexas TechJunior6'4 1/8206
Preston WilliamsColorado St.RS Junior6'4210
David Sills V West VirginiaSenior6'4201
Anthony Ratliff-WilliamsNorth CarolinaRS Junior6'1205
Andy IsabellaMassachusettsSenior5'9188
Parris CampbellOhio St.Senior6'1208
Dillon MitchellOregonJunior6'2200