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Patriots 2011 Draft Report: WR Rankings

Julio Jones (Image from ogdraft.wordpess.com)

The long-awaited NFL Draft is finally on the horizon. But before then, let’s take a further look at our positional rankings. Up next, the wide receiver rankings.

One thing to note is our “Patriots Interest Scale.” Using our best judgment we have placed a ranking, 0-10, on whether or not the Patriots appear to have interest in the prospect.

  • 0 = the lowest level of interest.
  • 10 = the highest level of interest

Wide Receiver Rankings

Ranking Name College Height Weight Patriots Interest
1. A.J. Green Georgia 6-3 211 1
2. Julio Jones Alabama 6-2 220 1
3. Jonathan Baldwin Pitt 6-4 228 3
4. Leonard Hankerson Miami 6-1 209 3
5. Titus Young Boise State 5-11 174 4
6. Torrey Smith Maryland 6-0 204 2
7. Greg Little UNC 6-2 231 1
8. Austin Pettis Boise State 6-2 209 1
9. Randall Cobb Kentucky 5-10 191 2
10. Ronald Johnson USC 5-11 199 1

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