Clemson Tigers wide receiver Sammy Watkins participates in a pass catching drill during the 2014 NFL Combine. Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
The 2014 NFL Draft is only a few weeks away, and as we inch closer, I will continue providing my position rankings for the draft and discuss which prospects the Green Bay Packers may consider selecting come draft day.
Today, I’m going to take a look at the deepest position in the draft, wide receiver.
There are so many good players in this year’s wide receiver crop that a team, like the Packers, will be able to get a quality wideout well into the third or fourth round.
Here are my top 30 wide receivers for the 2014 NFL Draft. I grouped the players into four tiers.
Tier One being potential impact players at the next level.
Tier Two being players who could be solid starters or make contributions as a rookie.
Tier Three being developmental prospects who have some upside but may not be ready to contribute immediately.
And Tier Four being role players who could offer depth on the roster.