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Brian Billick & Taylor Jones discuss the top WRs in the upcoming draft.
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I'll drive coaches are talking wide receivers in post hotline section of let's get ready for the NFL draft related here on foxsports.com. Compelling group as usual. Receivers you know number one guy out. Opportunist and come bias and I did for -- Harris is what it is guys frequently played one years you have to. You know how much tape to look at. -- Right depending on asking you now I Cordero. Ayala got. Somewhat of a man crush on -- -- -- it was by far when you -- my favorite players and the most excited I was watching them you know. That was what is the only obvious that you ran well well -- vegetables are. Just looked a little while they would be interview drew almost like. -- The thought what people lowly little bit admitted -- -- -- that was just my opinion -- got. Well maturity are going to -- when -- tendency. Off orchards and how much experience to ask that you -- itself to -- -- to -- immediately outside. I'm not Brad Hopkins who claps and help -- so I don't know -- anybody's help themselves. As much as take on possibly match smoke fortieth and it's up for careers. -- -- -- -- -- -- He started by is that OK here's my -- Q what about what but. The nice thing about. The track I got. Marcus went from Texas local drug blazing Ortiz got our position this got an Olympic Lee. It was competing you all know. Is that -- -- go to the Olympics and -- you know I'm with Lawson hit a football player that can be productive receiver. All of this he's gonna make a lot of people looks early. In the. And it really helped so Robert Wood from USC's leading receiver in history. Southern California that's pretty good good size he ran four or four. I don't know people really expected that kind of fell off the -- with -- -- and getting all the -- problem what Matt Barkley like that he helped himself. Bring himself back into that focus obviously to be top pass. Yet and whether that. Maybe. Second round or third round pick. I'd I'd like to see though the latter are around. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- One of the bottom of the -- position where it through usually don't look welcome I would say a lot of the best time. You talk about -- so it was kind Bryant's well. Slope like this is. Number one harder for a -- end zone mr. football. At Texas in 80%. Of that same brand so I had. Had drafted in Baltimore. -- -- good Smart good route runner good hands tough they say great lots and okay great will be good -- a guy like him yet he comes out hustles. 43440. And it 37 inch vertical jump this guy on those numbers on August 1 round -- Yet unbelievable and he's probably east's most unexpected performer of all the positions. Like I said somewhat pedestrian but reliable then all of a sudden he comes out and just kill the -- didn't have any drop off in -- and Iowa's quarterback. I think -- in the Olympics over productive would be -- -- it was it was the same boat here. But this is the guys that are third on Brian Burke's red carpet. Quick easy catches. It seems the trend but -- obviously didn't help. That system column that fourth reform forties it's a bigger Asomugha. Well for all of your initial. The hoosiers in the draft fox sports outcome. Revisit all the positions and I looked at as we get ready for this being drafted well.