NFL Draft 2013: First-Round Wide Receivers Who Will Be Difference Makers

April 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In a 2013 NFL draft that has a slew of talent along the offensive and defensive lines, there are at least three wide receivers who should be selected in the first round based off of talent and the amount of NFL teams that are looking for help at the position.
It's never easy to predict how the draft will go down, but the following three wideouts have NFL talent and fit specific NFL teams' needs drafting in the first round.
Let's take a gander.
Tavon Austin, West Virginia
Tavon Austin should be the first wide receiver taken in the 2013 NFL draft thanks to his versatile style of play on the offensive side of the football.
To a passing offense, Austin is a dynamic threat in the slot who possesses elite speed and playmaking abilities to torch opposing defenses.
Not only is Austin effective in the passing game, he can be utilized as a rusher and return man as well. The 5'8" wideout rushed for 643 yards and three touchdowns in 2012 and added a touchd...

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