Possibles: Keenan Allen (consensus #1 and probably no-brainer if he lasts to us, but he won't), Terrance Williams, Robert Woods, Cordelle Patterson, DeAndre Hopkins.
Kind of an under-the-radar guy that could be a surprise riser in the months leading up to the draft is Louisiana Tech's Quinton Patton.
WR Quinton Patton (6’2/195), Louisiana Tech - The smooth receiver is one of the class’ best, contorting his body to adjust to poorly thrown passes and creating separation with excellent routes. There is a lot of Reggie Wayne to his game and Patton could end up being a “surprise” top-32 selection.
http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cfb/4 ... 20-previewPatton is a section favorite due to his fluidity in routes and body control while adjusting to make the catch. Player comparisons are tricky, but a lot of his game reminds us of Reggie Wayne, and Patton may end up being the top outside senior receiver drafted in April. Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks previously stated that Patton was his most difficult matchup in college.
Source: National Football PostFormer NFL Scout Russ Lande lists Louisiana Tech's Quinton Patton as his top senior WR.
Patton ranks as the 18th overall player/ Cal junior Keenan Allen is the top overall receiver on Lande's board, coming in number six. Tavon Austin comes in just behind Patton at number 20.