This article is part of our NFL Draft series.
Here is the wide receiver portion of the pre-draft dynasty rookie rankings, addressing 45 wideouts in the upcoming rookie class. Check out the QB/RB edition here.
1. Corey Davis, Western Michigan (6-foot-3, 209 pounds)
Even if he can't run before the draft due to an offseason ankle injury, Davis will remain my No. 1 wide receiver. His film and production are the best in the class, and Mike Williams didn't do well enough at his pro day to close the gap on those variables. Meanwhile, I'm betting on the premise that Davis won't/wouldn't test badly enough at his own pro day to let Williams gain ground.
Davis is arguably the top dynasty asset among this year's rookie class after totaling 331 catches for 5,278 yards and 52 touchdowns in 50 career games. The production is flawless, and when you turn on the film you only see more reasons for optimism. In addition to adept route running and great hands, Davis routinely shows the after-the-catch speed to pull away for long gains. He's a strong WR1 prospect who deserves to go in the first ten picks of the draft, and no lower than second in dynasty rookie drafts.
Comparison: Jordy Nelson
2. Mike Williams, Clemson (6-foot-4, 218 pounds)
Although I have Williams safely behind Davis in my rankings, Williams still should be a lock for the first round and has a good chance at earning a starting role as a rookie. Williams' floor is very