When evaluating wide receivers, it is important to consider all aspects of their games -- separation skills, ball skills, big-play ability and competitiveness/toughness. Here's how we rank the top wide receivers on our initial 2013 draft board by skill set (draft-eligible underclassmen denoted with an asterisk), as well as a look at all receivers with a draftable grade, 2012 Round 1 and 2 picks, and market trends at the position.
9hEthan Sherwood Strauss
24mChris Mortensen and Adam Schefter
32mJim McCormick and Ken Daube