2014 NFL draft: Top 10 wide receivers

1. SAMMY WATKINS Junior, Clemson Watkins, as he

Junior, Clemson
Watkins, as he showed in the Orange Bowl (16 catches, 227 yards, 2 TDs), is an explosive playmaker. The junior has excellent speed and good hands, and runs crisp routes. There's a bit of Julio Jones in Watkins' game, and he could be a No. 1 option on several NFL teams -- or a dangerous 1A on a team with an established top target. PROJECTION: Top-10 overall pick | (Credit: Getty Images)

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Newsday's Nick Klopsis ranks the top 10 wide receiver prospects.

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