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2019 NFL Scouting Combine: Wide Receiver Measurements

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Other than QBs, arguably the highest profile position, in terms of headlines, has been the WRs. With all the stories you have probably seen this, and last, offseason regarding Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr, you’d probably wonder what the heck is going on here. Winning solves all evils, but when you are not winning, the 1st position that you will likely hear complaining is the WR position. With that said, and you will see with Brown this year, the WR spot is somewhat replaceable.


My opinion of the WR group this year will not be given in this article, but if you ask most scouts, their #! WR in the draft this year is DK Metcalf of Mississippi. He is a monster of a man, as you can see below, and even though he wasn’t the #1 WR on his own team this past year, he has all the physical attributes that are wanted from a WR. Between his size, athleticism, and what he will likely put up on his 40 time, he is expected to be the 1st WR taken this year, which will be somewhere in the middle of round one.

Some of the other WRs I expect to hear their name called by the end of round three include: AJ Brown of Mississippi, N’Keal Harry of Arizona St, Kelvin Harmon of NC St, Marquise Brown of Oklahoma, Parris Campbell of Ohio St, Tyshun (Deebo) Samuel of South Carolina, Cavin (Riley) Ridley, and Anthony Johnson of Buffalo. There is a good chance a bad combine could drop one of these WRs to the 4th round, where someone will get a steal.

This year is a very deep crop of Wide Receivers that all have specific attributes depending on what you want. Some are slot WRs, some of big red zone guys, some are shifty, and some are pure deep threats. There doesn’t seem to be the sure-fire, can’t miss, prospect, but the combine changes outlooks are players. If one of the WRs above runs a 4.4 or better, it could vault them into the 1st round and if someone like Metcalf does it, he maybe looking at a top ten pick.

Below are the Wide Receiver measurements from the 2019 NFL Combine.

Player

School

Height

Weight

Hand

Arm

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside

Stanford

6’2

225

9 1/2

33 1/4

Miles Boykin

Notre Dame

6’3 3/4

220

9 7/8

33 1/2

Tyre Brady

Marshall

6’2 7/8

211

9 3/4

33 5/8

A.J. Brown

Mississippi

6 1/2

226

9 3/4

32 7/8

Marquise Brown

Oklahoma

5’9 3/8

166

9

30 1/2

Emmanuel Butler

Northern Arizona

6’3 1/8

217

10 1/8

33

Hakeem Butler

Iowa St.

6’5 3/8

227

10 3/4

35 1/4

Parris Campbell

Ohio St.

6 1/2

226

9 3/4

32 7/8

Jamal Custis

Syracuse

6’4 1/8

214

10 7/8

33 7/8

Felton Davis

Michigan St.

6’3 1/2

211

10 1/4

32 3/4

Ryan Davis

Auburn

5’9 7/8

189

9 1/4

30 7/8

Johnnie Dixon

Ohio St.

5’10 3/8

201

9 5/8

30 1/4

Greg Dortch

Wake Forest

5’7 1/8

173

9 1/4

29 1/4

Keelan Doss

Cal Davis

6’2 1/8

211

9 1/2

31 3/4

Ashton Dulin

Malone University (Ohio)

6’1 3/8

215

9

33 3/8

Jovon Durante

Florida Atlantic

5’11 1/8

160

8 3/4

31 1/8

Jazz Ferguson

Northwestern St. (LA)

6’4 5/8

227

9 1/4

34 1/4

Travis Fulgham

Old Dominion

6’2 1/2

215

9 1/2

33 3/4

Terry Godwin

Georgia

5’11 3/8

184

9 3/8

30

Emanuel Hall

Missouri

6’1 7/8

201

9 3/4

33 1/4

Mecole Hardman

Georgia

5’10 1/4

187

9

30 1/4

Kelvin Harmon

N.C. State

6’2 1/2

221

9 1/2

32 1/2

N’Keal Harry

Arizona State

6’2 3/8

228

9 1/2

33

Lil’Jordan Humphrey

Texas

6’3 5/8

210

9 1/2

32 3/4

Jalen Hurd

Baylor

6’4 3/4

226

10 1/4

32

Andy Isabella

Massachusetts

5’8 3/4

188

8 3/8

29 3/4

Gary Jennings

West Virginia

6’1

214

9 5/8

32 1/2

Anthony Johnson

Buffalo

6’1 7/8

209

9 3/8

31 3/8

Bisi Johnson

Colorado St.

6 1/2

204

10 3/8

30 3/4

Diontae Johnson

Toledo

5’10 1/2

183

9

30 3/4

KJ Johnson

Fresno St.

6’1 1/8

201

9 1/2

32

DaMarkus Lodge

Mississippi

6’1 7/8

202

9 1/2

33 1/8

Terry McLaurin

Ohio St.

6 1/8

208

9 1/8

31 1/2

D.K. Metcalf

Mississippi

6’3 3/8

228

9 7/8

34 7/8

Jakobi Meyers

N.C. State

6’1 5/8

203

9 1/2

32

Dillon Mitchell

Oregon

6’1 1/4

197

9

31 1/2

Stanley Morgan

Nebraska

6

202

9 7/8

32 3/8

Nyqwan Murray

Florida St.

5’10 1/4

191

9 3/8

31 1/8

Hunter Renfrow

Clemson

5’10 1/4

184

7 3/4

29 1/8

Riley Ridley

Georgia

6’1 1/4

199

10 1/4

32 5/8

Deebo Samuel

South Carolina

5’11 1/4

214

10

31 3/8

David Sills

West Virginia

6’3 1/4

211

9

32

Darius Slayton

Auburn

6’1

190

10

32 3/4

Jaylen Smith

Louisville

6’2 1/4

219

9 1/2

33 7/8

Cody Thompson

Toledo

6’1 1/2

205

9 3/8

31

Jamarius Way

South Alabama

6’3 1/2

215

10 1/4

33

Alex Wesley

Northern Colorado

5’11 7/8

190

9

31 1/4

Antoine Wesley

Texas Tech

6’4 1/8

206

9 3/4

34

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