Mike Mayock makes comparisons for WRs in draft

The 2016 NFL Draft is just around the corner and to say that there is a ton of talent at the wide receiver position would be an understatement. Three wide receivers have gotten a first-round grade with a handful more getting a second-round grade.

NFL.com draft expert Mike Mayock to to Twitter to make some comparisons about the players at the position in April’s Draft. He talked about Notre Dame’s Will Fuller and said that he could play just like a player that will be inducted into the Hall of Fame later this year.

That’s a pretty big time comparison for Fuller. Harrison is easily one of the best receivers of the last two decades, so if Fuller lives up to the hype, he might be worth a late first-round pick.

South Carolina’s Cooper is one of the most athletic players in the Draft this year and could play like Randall Cobb while being built like Golden Tate.

Mayock said that the receiver to be likely taken in the top ten plays like Aaron Rodgers’ favorite target. He also said that Sterling Shepard also reminds him of a certain Green Bay Packer.

TCU’s Josh Doctson is one of the largest receivers in the draft at 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds. Mayock said, with some question, that he could compare to Justin Hunter.

This NFL Draft class is one of the most loaded we have seen in a very long time and it wouldn’t be surprising to see a large number of these receivers drafted early in the days at Chicago.

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