NFL Draft 2013: Wide Receiver Sleepers Who Will Be Steals in April

February 12, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Although wide receiver is not the strength of 2013 NFL draft class, there is plenty of depth to help teams after the first round.
The strength of this draft is offensive and defensive linemen that can get it done in the trenches. While receivers Keenan Allen and Cordarrelle Patterson will likely be taken in the first round, there are a number of other prospects who will excel at the next level.
These men will be passed over in the early goings of the draft, but they will end up being steals.
DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
After finishing second in the nation with 18 touchdown receptions, DeAndre Hopkins is not exactly sneaking up on anyone this offseason. However, he is still not getting nearly as much credit as he deserves.
The receiver is a big-play threat who was a catalyst for a high-powered Clemson's offense this season. 
He scored in all but one game in 2012, and there was not a single contest where he was unable to get at least a 25-yard ...

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