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The NFL Draft is fast approaching, and the best players are in the stands right now.
And with each pick comes an array of potential draft busts.
The top of the draft is loaded with talent, but you won’t find much in the way of star power.
So here’s our top five most intriguing prospects at the position: WR: DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson The 6-foot-2, 207-pound Hopkins is a big-bodied wide receiver who has the potential to be a top-three pick in the NFL Draft.
But there are questions about his ability to stay healthy for a full season.
If he can’t stay healthy, his stock could plummet.
There are concerns about his play in the SEC.
Hopkins is very talented and is a good route runner.
But he can get beat inside, and his speed is an issue.
He’s also a very good athlete, but his overall size makes him an odd fit at wide receiver.
RB: Alvin Kamara, RB, Texas A&M Kamara is a potential top-five pick in this year’s draft.
He can run, but he also has some of the best hands in the draft.
And he can be explosive with the ball in his hands.
Kamara has some size issues.
But if he can stay healthy he can become a dominant back in the league.
WR: Devin Funchess, WR-DE, Notre Dame He’s a big man who can get by at defensive end, and he could become a big difference-maker at the next level.
FuncheSSa a big and strong pass rusher.
He could end up being a great edge rusher in the pros.
RB : Ameer Abdullah, RB-RB, Michigan He has the speed to be an every-down back, but Abdullah is also a big back.
The Lions are looking for a back who can move the chains, and that could translate into big plays.
RB-WR: Kevin White, WR/DE, LSU White has all the tools, and while he has the size, he can also be disruptive when he gets open.
White could be a future Pro Bowler at the NFL level.
WR-TE: Josh Doctson, WR; TCU Doctson has the height, length, and speed to have a productive career in the pro ranks.
Doctson could be an excellent weapon for the Green Bay Packers.
WR and TE: Devonta Freeman, WR: Georgia Tech The Georgia Tech receiver is big and athletic, but there are concerns that he won’t be able to stay on the field for long due to his height and size.
WRs are often used as a stepping stone to the big wide receiver, so he’s not the type of player that’s likely to make the transition to the NFL.
TE: Josh Cribbs, TE: Michigan State Cribs is a versatile player, but the Wolverines need to improve their run blocking.
Cribbss could have an immediate impact in the trenches.
QB: Carson Wentz, QB: North Dakota State Wentz is a highly-skilled player, and there are plenty of questions about him staying healthy for the next year.
He has some good arm talent and a strong arm.
Wentz also has the arm strength to throw the football.
However, he’s got a lot of room to grow.
QBs who can take advantage of the ball have the best chance to become stars in the National Football League.
QB-WR/TE: Ryan Nassib, WR (No. 14 overall): Florida State Nassib has the tools to be the next big thing at the wide receiver position, but some teams are interested in the junior wideout.
He’ll need to be more consistent as a passer and find the right balance between playing up-tempo and working with his feet.
WR/TE/RB: Jay Ajayi, RB: Ohio State Ajayuis speed could make him a huge difference-making back in this league, and if he keeps working on his footwork, he could be the best RB in this draft.
RB/WR: Leonard Fournette, RB (No .
25 overall): LSU Fournettes size and speed make him an intriguing prospect for NFL teams, but it’s hard to envision him being a factor at the pro level.
RBs are usually the most productive players in the game, so a lot is on the line for Fournett.
WR, TE and QB: Corey Davis, WR : Georgia Tech Davis is a talented receiver who is a threat to run down opposing defenses.
He is very athletic and will add some speed to the wide receivers group.
WR is an option for NFL scouts, but Davis could struggle at the combine.
QB, TE, and WR: Dalvin Cook, QB : Florida State Cook is a physical quarterback who has NFL potential.
He ran for 1,400 yards and 13 touchdowns last season and has the athleticism to be one of the NFL’s top passers. WR will