Corey Davis and Mike Williams are locked in as the top 2 WRís of most positional big boards. While they play a different game, they both have a strong resume and make a solid case to be the first wide receiver selected in this years draft. Williams is a huge man, and will make an immediate impact in the redzone. Davis has the route-running efficiency of an NFL veteran, and makes incredible catches on a routine basis. After the top 2, John Ross usually appears as the third best wide receiver. However, I have learned (and Iím sure NFL Front Offices have learned) that speed does not always translate to production, based off of the past few years drafts. Speedsters like Breshad Perriman and Phillip Dorsett have underwhelmed through their short careers thus far. I suspect that Chris Godwin will have a meaningful, productive NFL career. Godwin is 6í2 and ran a blazing fast (4.42 s) 40 yard dash. Weighing in at over 200 pounds, Godwin has the size and speed combination to win over the top, and the build to win over the middle. Watch for Godwin to sneak into the top of the second round. Zay Jones, the Senior Bowl darling, plays a different game than the other receivers listed here. Jonesí set the mark for the most catches of all time in his last season at lowly ECU. While he was schemed open on many plays, he found ways to get open quite often as well. Jonesí impressed at the combine with a 4.45 second 40 yard dash, proving that Jones can be more than a simple slot receiver in the NFL. Measuring in at 6í2, 200lbs, Jones should be able to withstand his transition to the NFL and provide a security blanket to the quarterback of whichever team is lucky enough to select him at the top of the second round. Curtis Samuel is an relatively unheard of name, but should make a big impact for whichever team drafts him in the 3rd or 4th round. Samuel is a blend of Percy Harvin and Cordarrelle Patterson, and will likely be a gadget player (3rd down back, slot receiver, kick and punt returner) in the NFL.