Best Scheme Fits for Draft’s Top Wide Receivers

April 4, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As we draw ever closer to the 2015 NFL draft, matching talent with a scheme that will maximize said talent is critical. Projecting how college football players will translate to the NFL can seem daunting, but putting players into positions to succeed must take precedence. That even applies to the draft’s top wide receivers.
Similar to the 2014 class, teams looking to add impact playmakers at wide receiver shouldn’t have much trouble. Bleacher Report’s NFL Draft Lead Writer Matt Miller projected nine receivers to be selected in the first two rounds in his latest seven-round mock draft. There is serious talent available on the big board.
When the talent meshes with the scheme, great production is more likely to come. That’s why we’re going to determine which scheme fits Miller’s top-nine receivers in the class.
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