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The best slot receivers available in the NFL Draft. In a loaded wide receiver class, there is no shortage of good slot options. Who are the.


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NFL Network's Bucky Brooks breaks down the top slot receivers in the draft class ahead of the scouting combine.


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A team wanting a good slot receiver and return man will be looking Waddle's way in the NFL Draft. Seth Williams, Auburn Tigers. Williams is.


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Where would I draft him: He's a top 10 prospect I would be happy if Transition & fit with the Eagles: I see Hamler strictly as a slot receiver at.


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Reagor is the top slot receiver in this draft. Few things about his measurables (5-​11, pounds, yard dash) or stats (43 catches,


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There are great wide receiver options in the draft. Devin Duvernay may be the best ooption for the slot, an increasingly important NFL.


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By now, you have probably already heard that the wide receiver draft class is deep with talented pass-catchers and playmakers. Whatever you need, this.


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Might be best as a "big slot." Tier 4: Middle-round targets. Van Jefferson, Florida. One of the better route-runners in this class. He can.


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NFL Draft: Why LSU's Justin Jefferson may be the best slot receiver in the class. By Solomon Wilcots Apr 17, By now, you have probably already.


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Upside is through the roof if he improves the technical aspects. Neck and neck with Lamb. Laviska Shenault Jr. Jun 4, Drew Brees's comments about protesting the national anthem were ripped by his own teammates and many others. Big, strong, and quick with good hands. Should be a No. Tee Higgins, Clemson. Ridiculous, all-world athlete. CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma. Has it all: contested catch ability, route-running, explosive YAC. Undersized and needs to improve his releases and route-running to reach his NFL ceiling. After trading Stefon Diggs, the Vikings are in serious need of talented receivers to complement Adam Thielen. Jauan Jennings, Tennessee. Hill, Ohio State. Really good ball skills but lacked production in college and doesn't have much experience against press coverage. James Proche, SMU. One of the better route-runners in this class. Gabriel Davis, UCF. Needs to get stronger and work on releases versus press coverage. A dozen members of the Vikings showed up to honor the life of George Floyd at a memorial service on Thursday. Jun 5, The Vikings tight end was part of the group who hosted the event at Cub Foods in Minneapolis. Lynn Bowden Jr. Denzel Mims, Baylor. Monster senior year 1, yards, 18 touchdowns and surprising combine performance 4. A notch below Lamb and Jeudy because of lack of elite production, but won't make it out of the top 15 picks. Metcalf-like numbers at the combine. Large, sticky hands and a threat to score whenever he touches the ball. Vikings could trade up to get him. Can the Vikings' star defensive end continue to produce without Everson Griffen across from him? NFL seems to be higher on him than this ranking. Underwhelming 40 and vertical jump at pro day are concerning. Good length and jumping ability. Combine numbers are bananas: 4. Versatile, gadget-type player with question marks about his route tree and durability after several injuries in college. That's Calvin Johnson-esque. Here are the best options available in the draft, with brief commentary on the top four tiers. Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State. Some have suggested a move to tight end. Bryan Edwards, South Carolina. Super productive college player who could be a steal early on Day 3. Collin Johnson, Texas. Jun 3, Top Stories.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The Vikings linebacker recorded an emotional video talking about the current movement in America. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Apr 22, Ahead of the beginning of the NFL Draft on Thursday, we're putting together some final tiered rankings of players in each of the Vikings' major areas of need. Jalen Reagor, TCU. Deep threat potential. Jerry Jeudy, Alabama. Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State. Best route-runner in the draft, hands down. Van Jefferson, Florida. Extremely polished route-runner but may be limited to the slot in the NFL, making the fit next to Thielen an iffy one. Might be best as a "big slot. Decision not to do athletic tests at the combine may scare some teams off. Tyler Johnson, Minnesota. However, his upside is limited by a lack of agility. Similar to Reagor in that he's a big-time YAC threat with added value as a returner. Michael Pittman Jr. Good competitiveness and some short-range burst. KJ Hamler, Penn State. Similar to Pittman and Claypool in that he's big and physical but may struggle to separate. Might be best suited in the slot. Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan. Great length, hands, and toughness. Combination of size and speed will probably entice a team late in the first. Fun to watch in the open field. Devin Duvernay, Texas. Remarkably explosive athlete in the open field. Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin. Has the size, speed, and athleticism scouts salivate over. Vikings may be wary of a Laquon Treadwell repeat. The respected NFL analyst is expecting big things from the Vikings running back this season. The NFL sent a memo to all 32 teams saying that coaching staffs are allowed to return to their buildings. This dude has absolutely skyrocketed up draft boards since the season ended. Separation ability is reminiscent of his training buddy Stefon Diggs. Was outstanding at the Senior Bowl and then posted D. Not just a speed guy; also a great route-runner with major contested-catch prowess at just 5'11". Lightning-quick slot receiver with crazy burst and change-of-direction ability. Smart player who knows how to use leverage and is excellent at the catch point. Three punt return TDs last season. Big 6'4" , physical wideout with great hands and high-pointing skills that will make him a major red zone threat. Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty. Join the conversation at InsideTheVikings by clicking the follow button in the upper right-hand corner of this page mobile users, tap the bell icon , and follow WillRagatz on Twitter. Expect them to bring in multiple players to compete with Tajae Sharpe and Bisi Johnson for secondary roles. Joe Reed, Virginia. Crafty route-runner with contested-catch skills. He can get open and catch the ball through contact. Super shifty, bursty slot receiver who finished fifth in NCAA in yards last season. Great acceleration after the catch. These are not my rankings, but rather the consensus of over 60 big boards, as compiled by Arif Hasan of The Athletic. John Hightower, Boise State. Chase Claypool, Notre Dame. Limited upside due to his age turning 24 in July and lack of long speed. Not an elite separator. Isaiah Coulter, Rhode Island. Justin Jefferson, LSU.