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2013 NFL Draft: WR/TE Rankings

Last week, KrisZ gave us a sneak peak at the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft and this week we added some additional NFL Draft coverage from Zach. So far we have taken a look at QB and RB Rankings.Now it's time to take a look at draft eligible wide receivers and tight ends and where we see them falling (at this point) in the NFL Draft.

Wide Receivers

  1. Keenan Allen, Cal, 6’3 215 LBs. (Top 15)
  2. Terrance Williams, Baylor, 6’3 205 LBs (Top 25)
  3. Justin Hunter, Tennessee, 6’4 2oo LBs (Late 1st-Early 2nd)
  4. DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson, 6’1 200 LBs (Late 1st-Early 2nd)
  5. Robert Woods, USC, 6’2 185 LBs (Late 1st-Early 2nd)
  6. Stedman Bailey, WVU, 5’10 193 LBs (Early-Mid 2nd)
  7. Cordarelle Patterson, U-Tenn, 6’3 205 LBs (Early-Late 2nd)
  8. Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas, 6’3 210 LBs (Mid 2nd-Early 3rd)
  9. Da’Rick Rodgers, Tenn-Tech, 6’3 208 LBs (Mid 2nd-Early 3rd)
  10. Tavon Austin, WVU, 5’9 175 LBs (Late 2nd-Mid 3rd)
  11. Aaron Dobson, Marshall, 6’3 200 LBs (Early-Late 3rd)
  12. Quinton Patton, LA-Tech, 6’2 195 LBs (Mid-Late 3rd)
  13. Aaron Mellete, Elon, 6’3 218 LBs (Mid 3rd-Early 4th)
  14. Jordan Matthews, 6’3 200 LBs (Late 3rd-Early 4th)
  15. Ryan Swope, TAMU,  6’1 205 LBs. (Early-Mid 4th)
  16. Emory Blake, Auburn, 6’2 193 LBs (Mid-Late 4th)
  17. Kenny Stills, Oklahoma, 6’1 190 LBs (Mid-Late 4th)
  18. Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech, 6’4 232 LBs (Late 4th-Early 5th)
  19. Conner Vernon, Duke, 6’2 195 LBs (Mid-Late 5th)
  20. Keenan Davis, Iowa, 6’2 215 LBs (Late 5th-Early 6th)
  21. Tarvarres King, UGA, 6’1 191 LBS (Early-Mid 6th)
  22. Chad Bumphris, Miss St, 5’10 200 LBs (Early-Late 6th)
  23. Dan Buckner, Arizona, 6’4 215 LBs (7th-FA)
  24. Alec Lemon, Syracuse, 6’2 202 LBs (7th-FA)
  25. Roy Roundtree, Michigan, 6’0 178 LBs (7th-FA)
  26. Andre Debose, Florida, 5’11 191 LBs (7th-FA)

 

Tight Ends

  1. Tyler Eifert, ND, 6’6 250 LBs. (Late 1st-Early 2nd)
  2. Joesph Fauria, UCLA, 6’7 258 LBs (Mid-Late 2nd)
  3. Levine Toilolo, Stanford, 6’8 265 LBs. (Late 2nd-Early 3rd)
  4. Zach Ertz, Stanford, 6’6 250 LBs (Early-Mid 3rd)
  5. Dion Sims, Michigan State, 6’5 285 LBs (Mid 3rd-Mid 4th)
  6. Jordan Reed, Florida, 6’3 240 LBs (Late 3rd-Early 4th)
  7. Chris Gragg, Arkansas, 6’3 236 LBs (Early-Mid 4th)
  8. C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa, 6’7 265 LBs (Late 4th-Early 5th)
  9. Jake Stoneburner, OSU, 6’5 245 LBs (Early-Mid 5th)
  10. Michael Williams, Bama 6’6 270 LBs (Late 5th-Early 6th)
  11. Brandon Ford, Clemson, 6’3 235 LBs (Early-Late 6th)
  12. Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn, 6’5 250 LBs (Mid 6th-Early 7th)
  13. D.C. Jefferson, Rutgers, 6’6 258 LBs (7th-FA)     

Zach Kidd writes for Bloguin's Atlanta Falcons blog The Grits Blitz and Scar Draft. Follow him on Twitter @GBBZach if you are a fan of college or NFL football.

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