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2023 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Profiles

Matt Hicks and I break down the top rookie wide receiver prospects on the Rookie Big Board in the NFL Draft for fantasy football players to draft in Best Ball, Dynasty, and redraft leagues in 2023.

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2023 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Profiles

Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State

6’1” and 196-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 90

Quentin Johnston, TCU

6’3” and 208-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 89

Zay Flowers, Boston College

5’9” and 182-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 86

Jordan Addison, USC

5’11” and 173-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 86

2023 Gridiron Scholar’s Wide Receiver Model

(Click link above to see the top 28 WRs in the Scholar’s WR Model)

Josh Downs, North Carolina

5’9” and 171-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 85

Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee

6’0” and 176-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 85

Marvin Mims, Oklahoma

5’11” and 183-pounds

Scholar’s Grade: 84

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