Well we all know the big time receiver prospects but what about the little known late round prospects.
Heres a couple that caught my eye: (after the jump)
College: Toledo (all time leading receiver)
6-4 210 lbs
40 time: 4.5
Projected 6-7th round pick
Current NFL Player Comparison: Vincent Jackson
Williams also had the second best broad jump of all wide receivers at the combine with 10'5"
He's put up huge numbers with horrendous qb play. Hes a great endzone threat, an area where we've been severely lacking.
Career stats from NFL Draft Countdown
Stephen Williams Highlights (via Orioles158)
The second guy:
College: Fresno State
6-3 204 lbs
40 time: 4.53
Projected: 5-6th rounder
Current NFL Player Comparison: Malcom Floyd
He led Fresno State in reception in his junior and senior year.
East-West Shrine game coach Marty Shottenheimer said he has been very impressed with size and speed of Seyi Ajirotutu. Comparing him to the likes of San Diego receivers Vincent Jackson and Malcom Floyd - Kcchiefs.com
According to CDSDraft.com Ajirotutu's "classic height/weight combination and physicality make him a threat to go up and win any contended pass. Uses physical size to dominate downfield as run blocker - made several key "TD blocks" for running backs over the season. Solid route running skills."
His stats are pretty good even thought Fresno State is a run first offense. He led them in every receiving category.