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The Pach's 2021 Wide Receivers (Underclassman)

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1. Ja’Marr Chase / LSU / 6’1”, 200

2. Terrace Marshall / LSU / 6’4”, 200

3. Jaylen Waddle / Alabama / 5’10”, 182 (S/R)

4. Rashod Bateman / Minnesota / 6’2”, 210

5. Rondale Moore** / Purdue / 5’9”, 180 (S/R)

6. Sage Surratt / Wake Forest / 6’3”, 215

7. Amon-Ra St. Brown / USC / 6’1”, 195

8. Simi Fehoko / Stanford / 6'4", 227

9. Elijah Moore / Ole Miss / 5’9”, 184 (S/R)

10. Anthony Schwartz / Auburn / 6’0”, 179 (S/R)

11. Isaiah McKoy / Kent St. / 6’3”, 182

12. Dyami Brown / UNC / 6’1”, 195

13. Seth Williams / Auburn / 6’3”, 224

14. Brennan Eagles / Texas / 6’4”, 225

15. Chatarius Atwell / Louisville / 5’9”, 165 (S/R)

16. Tarik Black / Texas / 6’3”, 215

17. Dax Milne / BYU / 6'1", 190
 
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Hey does anyone know if Auburn matched up Noah Ig against Bateman in last years outback bowl?
 

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They were matched up the entire game. Bateman got one catch lined up against Igbinoghene - which was a pick play on a quick screen pass.
Thanka- Was hoping to hear that...box score was only 3-49 which in itself was pretty impressive. Bateman kid did some damage last year.
 

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Elijah Moore may be more known for his display in the Egg Bowl that cost his team the game last year, but he’s a pretty good receiver.
 

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I like Ross- he seems pretty versatile- works middle of field- understands sideline- high points the ball and after the catch he runs with purpose.
He checks plenty boxes. With Higgins gone I can see him putting up 1200 yards.
 

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Waddle me.
Electric speed. That would be a nice add. So much talent this year at wide receiver. Depending on how Parker and Williams play (health mostly), I might look to add both a speed guy and someone who can win those 50/50's. Waddle and Ross maybe. I think Ross is a lot like Higgins, so maybe he's a late 1st, early 2nd?
 

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I like Ross- he seems pretty versatile- works middle of field- understands sideline- high points the ball and after the catch he runs with purpose.
He checks plenty boxes. With Higgins gone I can see him putting up 1200 yards.
Pretty similar talent to Higgins yes? I like Ross as well.
 

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Loved 2020, but 2021 has more star power. Cruel twist to have all this QB and WR talent entering the league - not to mention OT talent - in the middle of a pandemic.
2018- 10 WR top 100 picks
2019- 10 WR top 100 picks
2020- 17 WR top 92 picks.
18% of top 92 picks WR
Will be tough to beat that in 2021.
 

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Really curious how Sage Surratt will come out of the testing phase of the draft process. His game is bestial.
 
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