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.
11hChris Forsberg and Luke Knox
1dPhotography by Clay Patrick McBride
9hAndrea Adelson, Adam Rittenberg and Mitch Sherman
1dJim Brady, Public Editor
2dDavid Roth for REDEF