Odell Beckham improved in each of his three years at LSU, increasing from 475 receiving yards as a freshman, to 713 yards as a sophomore and then exploding onto the scene last season with 1,117 yards to go along with eight touchdowns.
Mike Evans is a (RS) sophomore wide receiver from Texas A&M. After two seasons, Evans declared for the 2014 NFL Draft. Standing at 6’5”, he towers over corner backs. Weighing in at 231 pounds you better bring it on every tackle.
Derek Carr is a 6’2”, 214 lbs, quick footed, athletic quarterback with a cannon for an arm. This offseason, his name is often lost among the likes of Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles, but with the combine over Carr’s name is climbing up the draft boards.
Carlos Hyde is best described as the bull in a China shop. Here stands a bruising back at 6’0” weighing in at 230 pounds. His ability to use his fame and combine that with pronounced ball carrier vision made him a top collegiate back.
Robert Herron is a senior wide receiver from the University of Wyoming. During his senior campaign he was second on the team in catches (72) and yards (937) and first in touchdowns (9). Six of his 12 games saw him total at least 90 receiving yards.
Teddy Bridgewater is not the tallest QB prospect. He’s not the fastest and he doesn’t have the biggest hands. But after all the talk of Combine measureables dies down, Bridgewater’s film will speak for itself. He is the most NFL ready of any quarterback in this year’s draft
Blake Bortles is 6-foot-5 and weighs 232 pounds. He has outstanding size and stature with a very strong arm. He has good field vision and a nice release that NFL teams will love. He can put zip on the ball for a quick strike or drop passes into buckets with a soft touch.