Rookie Wide Receivers

In-depth fantasy outlooks for all of the top wide receiver prospects entering the 2019 NFL Draft. Outlooks include player analysis, college stats, combine metrics, best team fit, fantasy ceiling and floor analysis, player comparisons projected draft round, projected draft team, highlight videos and full-game film.

Greg Dortch – Wake Forest University

Dortch breaks the trend of big-framed alpha outside receivers in this class, standing at just 5’7 and weighing in at 173 pounds. I’m pretty sure those were my measurables in 8th grade, but I digress. Despite Greg’s size, he is actually one of the better collegiate producers coming out this year. He didn’t test at the combine, but he did just have his pro day at Wake Forest and reports are coming out that he ran 6.82 three cone drill and 4.0 short shuttle, which would rank him with the 4th and 1st best times in those drills, respectively. He also ran an 4.51u, which is about what is apparent on tape, as he isn’t a burner, but definitely isn’t slow.