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    2014 WRs: Stats and Bios

    Last Updated: 1/18/2015 8:58 PM ET
    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2014 NFL Draft content, including a Seven Round Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns and Future Projections for all prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft. New this year and launching on April 17 will be the NFL Draft Machine for customizable mock drafts and comprehensive draft evaluation. All NFL Draft Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire and John Ewing as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Here, we present career data and biographical information for every 2014 NFL Draft wide receiver prospect. On March 18, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive wide receiver prospect rankings and projections for the 2014 NFL Draft. While wide receiver are originally ordered by stats for each table, all columns are sortable.

    Wide Receiver Bios

    Player Height Weight School Career Games
    Tracy Moore 6'1" 224 Oklahoma State 55
    Isaiah Burse 5'10" 185 Fresno State 52
    Jeremy Gallon 5'7" 183 Michigan 51
    Jordan Matthews 6'2" 209 Vanderbilt 51
    Kenny Shaw 5'10" 160 Florida State 51
    L'Damian Washington 6'3" 195 Missouri 51
    TJ Jones 5'11" 193 Notre Dame 51
    Bernard Reedy 5'7" 174 Toledo 50
    Quincy Enunwa 6'1" 227 Nebraska 50
    Chandler Jones 5'8" 180 San Jose State 49
    Cody Hoffman 6'3" 218 BYU 49
    Devin Street 6'2" 189 Pittsburgh 49
    Josh Huff 5'11" 201 Oregon 49
    Kevin Norwood 6'2" 197 Alabama 49
    Matt Hazel 6'3" 196 Coastal Carolina 49
    Mike Davis 6'0" 193 Texas 49
    Tony Washington 5'10" 200 Appalachian State 49
    Eric Ward 5'11" 199 Texas Tech 48
    Jalen Saunders 5'8" 164 Oklahoma 48
    Jared Abbrederis 6'0" 189 Wisconsin 48
    Solomon Patton 5'8" 179 Florida 47
    Tevin Reese 5'10" 168 Baylor 45
    Alex Neutz 6'1" 210 Buffalo 44
    Jeff Janis 6'2" 212 Saginaw Valley State 44
    Michael Campanaro 5'9" 191 Wake Forest 42
    Robert Herron 5'8" 193 Wyoming 42
    Greg Hardin 5'9" 173 North Dakota 41
    Ryan Gran 6'0" 197 Tulane 41
    Shaquelle Evans 6'0" 210 UCLA 41
    Jarvis Landry 6'1" 195 LSU 40
    Kain Colter 5'10" 199 Northwestern 39
    Odell Beckham Jr 5'11" 208 LSU 39
    Brandin Cooks 5'10" 185 Oregon State 38
    Brandon Coleman 6'5" 220 Rutgers 38
    Bruce Ellington 5'9" 196 South Carolina 38
    Donte Moncrief 6'2" 215 Mississippi 38
    Josh Stewart 5'11" 185 Oklahoma State 38
    Martavis Bryant 6'5" 200 Clemson 37
    Allen Hurns 6'1" 193 Miami 36
    D.J. Coles 6'3" 239 Virginia Tech 36
    John Brown 5'10" 175 Pittsburgh State 36
    Marqise Lee 6'0" 195 USC 36
    Sammy Watkins 6'0" 205 Clemson 36
    Allen Robinson 6'3" 210 Penn State 35
    Austin Franklin 6'0" 184 New Mexico State 33
    Paul Richardson 6'1" 170 Colorado 33
    Cody Latimer 6'3" 215 Indiana 32
    Kelvin Benjamin 6'4" 233 Florida State 28
    Davante Adams 6'2" 212 Fresno State 26
    Mike Evans 6'4" 220 Texas A&M 26

    Wide Receiver Career Stats

    Player Recs. Rec. Yds YPR TDs Touches Total Yds
    John Brown 185 3,387 18.3 45 363 6,244
    Isaiah Burse 210 2,503 11.9 21 395 5,824
    Marqise Lee 248 3,655 14.7 31 330 5,152
    Sammy Watkins 241 3,397 14.1 29 359 5,135
    Greg Hardin 216 3,583 16.6 35 286 5,052
    Cody Hoffman 260 3,612 13.9 34 322 5,015
    Bernard Reedy 195 2,743 14.1 29 330 4,993
    Jared Abbrederis 202 3,140 15.5 26 316 4,818
    Jalen Saunders 203 3,085 15.2 31 299 4,644
    Jeff Janis 246 4,305 17.5 49 264 4,509
    Odell Beckham Jr 143 2,340 16.4 14 263 4,101
    Jordan Matthews 262 3,759 14.3 25 278 3,959
    Brandin Cooks 226 3,272 14.5 26 307 3,863
    Jeremy Gallon 173 2,704 15.6 17 270 3,792
    Michael Campanaro 229 2,506 10.9 17 341 3,728
    Josh Huff 144 2,366 16.4 26 205 3,596
    Tony Washington 139 1,837 13.2 13 235 3,419
    Tevin Reese 187 3,102 16.6 24 199 3,261
    Chandler Jones 248 3,087 12.4 30 267 3,217
    Austin Franklin 160 2,439 15.2 19 227 3,175
    Alex Neutz 195 3,094 15.9 31 201 3,140
    Josh Stewart 180 2,208 12.3 15 237 3,100
    Davante Adams 233 3,031 13.0 38 235 3,047
    Devin Street 202 2,901 14.4 16 213 2,978
    Eric Ward 255 2,863 11.2 31 258 2,876
    Kain Colter 63 675 10.7 32 511 2,852
    Mike Davis 200 2,753 13.8 18 205 2,793
    Ryan Gran 196 2,769 14.1 21 201 2,772
    Bruce Ellington 106 1,586 15.0 17 177 2,727
    TJ Jones 181 2,429 13.4 21 205 2,610
    Matt Hazel 183 2,553 14.0 29 186 2,573
    Allen Robinson 177 2,479 14.0 17 183 2,515
    Mike Evans 151 2,499 16.5 17 151 2,499
    Paul Richardson 156 2,412 15.5 21 166 2,454
    Robert Herron 152 2,030 13.4 20 209 2,371
    Donte Moncrief 156 2,371 15.2 20 156 2,371
    Kenny Shaw 124 1,919 15.5 14 159 2,289
    Shaquelle Evans 133 1,956 14.7 14 162 2,184
    Tracy Moore 144 2,064 14.3 18 145 2,067
    Cody Latimer 135 2,042 15.1 17 137 2,045
    Solomon Patton 52 635 12.2 8 124 2,015
    Jarvis Landry 137 1,809 13.2 15 145 1,934
    Allen Hurns 121 1,891 15.6 14 122 1,904
    Brandon Coleman 94 1,808 19.2 20 94 1,808
    L'Damian Washington 100 1,735 17.4 15 100 1,735
    Martavis Bryant 61 1,354 22.2 13 76 1,662
    Quincy Enunwa 115 1,526 13.3 15 119 1,542
    Kelvin Benjamin 84 1,506 17.9 19 86 1,539
    Kevin Norwood 81 1,275 15.7 12 82 1,297
    D.J. Coles 64 894 14.0 9 66 895
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