Top 2014 Senior WR’s To Eye

By PFC Draft Lead Philip Arnold (@PhilipArnold20)

Look into the top 2014 NFL Draft Senior WR prospects. Keep an eye on these guys senior seasons’ this year as they could be some of the top 2014 NFL Draft prospects come this time next year. An official ranking will be coming soon but these are the WRs to keep an eye on during the 2013-14 College Football Season. Last week we looked into the top Senior RB Prospects check them out here and be sure to check out the top Senior QB Prospects

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  • Jordan Matthews Vanderbilt; 94 Receptions, 1,323 Yards, 8 TD’s, 14.1 YPC. Matthews was a first team All-SEC selection and a third team All-American in 2012.  His 1,323 yards in 2012 were the schools most in a single season and his 94 receptions were second most in school history. Matthews totalled 100 yards receiving in seven different games which also tops the schools record boards in a season.  6-3 205 lbs.
  • Cody Hoffman BYU; 100 Receptions, 1,248 Yards, 12.5 YPC. Honorable Mention All-American selection along with being named to the first team All-Independent team.  Set school record in receptions for a season and receiving yards in a season. Hoffman’s five receiving TD’s versus New Mexico State in 2012 is another school record. Had at least 100 yards receiving in eight games during the 2012 season. 6-4 215 lbs.
  • Devin Street Pittsburgh; 73 Receptions, 975 Yards, 5 TD’s, 13.4 YPC. Led the Big East in receptions during 2012 and was third in receiving yards.  6-4 190 lbs.
  • Jalen Saunders Oklahoma; 62 Receptions, 829 Yards, 3 TD’s, 13.4 YPC. Fresno State transfer. Was Oklahoma’s leader in receiving yardage per game while ranking third on the team in receptions and receiving yards. Recorded 15 receptions versus Notre Dame which tied for a school record. 5-9 160 lbs.
  • Jared Abbrederis Wisconsin; 49 Receptions, 837 Yards, 5 TD’s, 17.1 YPC. Former walk on who earned himself a scholarship in 2012. Was a first team All-Big 10 selection. Has recorded 2,059 career receiving yards which is eighth in Wisconsin history. Ranked third in Big 10 for receiving yards and fifth for YPC. Also a superb return man holding the Wisconsin record in career kickoff return average and is third on the career punt return average. 6-2 188 lbs.
  • Josh Huff Oregon; 32 Receptions, 493 Yards, 7 TD’s, 15.4 YPC. Ranked seventh in Pac-12 for TD’s.  5-11 205 lbs.
  • Noel Grigsby San Jose State; 82 Receptions, 1,307 Yards, 9 TD’s, 15.9 YPC. First team All-WAC selection.  Ranked second in the WAC in receptions and receiving yards and third in receiving TD’s. His 1,307 receiving yards ranked him tenth in the NCAA during 2012. Holds school record in single season receptions and is the second San Jose State player to ever had at least 70 receptions in a two different seasons. 5-10 175 lbs.
  • Mike Davis Texas; 57 Receptions, 939 Yards, 7 TD’s, 16.5 YPC. Was a second team All-Big 12 selection. Enters the 2013 season ranked seventh on the Texas career receptions and receiving yardage lists. His seven career 100 yard receiving games ties Davis for sixth in Texas history.  6-2 193 lbs.
  • Tevin Reese Baylor; 53 Receptions, 957 Yards, 9 TD’s, 18.1 YPC. Honorable Mention selection in 2012.  Ranked third in the Big 12 in YPC and eighth in receiving yards. 5-10 170 lbs.
  • TJ Jones Notre Dame; 50 Receptions, 649 Yards, 4 TD’s. 13 YPC. Ranked second in receptions of all players in that were Independent and third in receiving yards, YPC, and TD’s. 5-11 190 lbs.
  • Kofi Hughes Indiana; 43 Receptions, 639 Yards, 3 TD’s, 14.9 YPC. One of 35 players in Indiana history to have 1,000 yards receiving in a career. Had 100 yards receiving twice during 2012 and had 7 catches or at least 35 yards. 6-2 215 lbs.
  • Michael Campanaro Wake Forest; 79 Receptions, 763 Yards, 6 TD’s, 9.7 YPC. Second Team All-ACC selection in 2012. Ranked third in the ACC for receptions and seventh for TD’s. 5-11 195 lbs.
  • Ryan Grant Tulane; 76 Receptions, 1,149 Yards, 6 TD’s, 15.1 YPC. First team All-Conference USA selection. Led Conference USA in receiving yards, was third in receptions and sixth in touchdowns. 6-1 190 lbs.
  • Kenny Bell Alabama; 17 Receptions, 431 Yards, 3 TD’s, 25.4 YPC. Led Alabama in YPC. 6-1 180 lbs.
  • Alex Amidon Boston College; 78 Receptions, 1,215 Yards, 7 TD’s, 15.6 YPC. First Team All-ACC selection. Boston College record holder for receiving yards and receptions in a single season. His 100.8 Receiving YPG was 11th in the nation and first in the ACC. Had 6 games of at least 100 yards receiving. 5-11 186 lbs.
  • Bennie Fowler Michigan State; 41 Receptions, 524 Yards, 4 TD’s, 12.8 YPC. Led Michigan State in receiving yardage and second in receptions. 6-1 212 lbs.
  • Eric Ward Texas Tech; 82 Receptions, 1,053 Yards, 12 TD’s, 12.8 YPC. All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection. Ranked eighth in the NCAA in receiving touchdowns. Had five 100 yard receiving games. Ranked third in Big 12 in Receiving TD’s and fifth in Receiving YPG. 6-0 204 lbs.
  • Nick Harwell Miami OH; 68 Receptions, 870 Yards, 8 TD’s, 12.8 YPC. Led the MAC in receptions per game and receiving YPG. His 15 100 yard games over his career at Miami is tied for a school record. 6-1 193 lbs.