- Todd McShay, Scouts Inc.
Much like the 2004 quarterback class, it is unfair to compare any draft class to the 2004 group of wide receivers.
However, while this year's quarterback group might not come close to stacking up to last year's, this year's wide receivers are at least in the same ballpark.
Seven members of the heralded 2004 class of receivers were selected in the first round. This year, as it stands right now, there's a good chance that five receivers will come off the board in the top 32 selections in the NFL draft. Braylon Edwards and Mike Williams are locks to go in the top 15, and both could conceivably be gone within the top five picks.
The 2004 wide receiver class was one of the best ever, but this year's group compares favorably.