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: 3/18/18

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

RankNameCollegeYearHtWtLast Ranking
1D.K. MetcalfMississippiRS Soph6'42251
2Kelvin HarmonN.C. St.Junior6'32132
3J.J. Arcega-WhitesideStanfordJunior6'32213
4N'Keal HarryArizona St.Junior6'42164
5A.J. BrownMississippiJunior6'12255
6Riley RidleyGeorgiaJunior6'22096
7Marquise BrownOklahomaJunior5'101627
8Hakeem ButlerIowa St.RS Junior6'62198
9Deebo SamuelSouth CarolinaRS Senior6'02109
10Stanley Morgan Jr.NebraskaSenior6'1195NR
Antoine WesleyTexas TechJunior6'4 1/8206
Preston WilliamsColorado St.RS Junior6'4210
David Sills V West VirginiaSenior6'4201
Anthony Ratliff-WilliamsNorth CarolinaRS Junior6'1205
Dillon MitchellOregonJunior6'2200
Parris CampbellOhio St.Senior6'1208
Anthony JohnsonBuffaloSenior6'2207