Thin on top, but still plenty of value at receiver
For the second year in a row the draft is well-stocked at wideout but with few premier talents, writes Todd McShay.
A prominent storyline from the 2008 NFL draft was that no wide receivers were taken in Round 1, something that hadn't occurred since 1990. Two factors were to blame: strength of class and positional emphasis.
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