Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:Gerell Robinson from ASU is a candidate. He should measure 6-4 (some sites list him as 6'3). I think his deep speed is very sub par, and he won't be a deep threat. But I like his physicality that he brings, and his football IQ is pretty good (played QB in high school). I think his best football is still ahead of him and he is a raw prospect, still learning the WR position. I don't really know who I'd compare Robinson to.
Rishard Matthews is another guy (form Nevada) that is flying under the radar. He will have great YAC, great hands, great route running.
T.Y. Hilton is of course a name most people are familiar with, should be a great pickup in the mid rounds. He is a Donnie Avery with even more talent.
Robinson has good size, but I notice he is not exactly quick or fast either. His strength allows him to get RAC, and size helps him some on jump balls but I don't see him as a guy who will develop into a starter in the NFL. I could be wrong, but that's my first impression from what I've seen of Gerrell. I think he'll measure in around 6-3.
As far as late round guys, I see two poor-man's Crabtree type of players. Matthews, as you mentioned, and Jordan White of Western Michigan. Others who could be late-round steals are:
Devon Wylie, Fresno St. -- potential NFL slot man.
Greg Childs, Arkansas -- If he ever gets back to his pre-injury form, he will be a starting NFL WR. NFL size and playmaking ability.
Juron Criner, Arizona -- In the right system, he could be a productive player.
Chris Summers, Liberty -- He may not get drafted, but with fantastic workouts, he could. He has NFL size at 6-3 212 and was very productive, putting up back to back 1000+ yard seasons, including an awesome 15 TD season last year despite missing a game.