The 2020 NFL Draft kicks off in a few days. Leading up to the start of the first round on April 23, Giants.com will be taking a look at the top five prospects at each position in this year's draft class. Each list is based off of NFL.com's prospect rankings.
The final group we will be looking at are the wide receivers.
Giants current depth at WR: Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate, Darius Slayton, Corey Coleman, Cody Core, Da'Mari Scott, Alex Bachman, David Sills V, Reggie White Jr.
View photos of the team's current depth at wide receiver.
Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb
Height / Weight: 6'2" / 198 lbs
2019 stats: 13 games, 62 receptions, 1,327 yards, 21.4 yards per reception, 14 touchdowns
Accolades: All-Big 12 Honorable Mention for Offensive Freshman of the Year (2017), Honorable Mention Choice by League's Coaches (2018), Second-Team All-Big 12 (2018), First-Team All-Big 12 (2019), Consensus All-American (2019)
2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 - #9
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah: Lamb is a tall, lean wideout with top-tier hands, toughness and production. He lines up inside and outside. He is a smooth, fluid route runner and understands how to set up cornerbacks. He also has a good feel in zone. He attacks the ball when working back to the quarterback and tracks the ball naturally down the field. Lamb doesn't have elite speed, but he can find some extra juice when the ball is in the air. He is at his best after the catch, as he consistently breaks tackles and is also very elusive. Overall, Lamb is a polished player who is equally explosive and reliable.
View photos of Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.
Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy
Height / Weight: 6'1" / 193 lbs
2019 stats: 13 games, 77 receptions, 1,163 yards, 15.1 yards per reception, 10 touchdowns
Accolades: CFP National Champion (2017), SEC Champion (2018), Consensus All-American (2018), Biletnikoff Award (2018), 2x First-Team All-SEC (2018, 2019)
2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 - #11
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah: Jeudy is an elite route runner with outstanding burst, body control and awareness. He explodes off the line and uses his quickness to avoid press coverage. His snap at the top of the route is as good as any prospect in the last decade. He has the ability to make plays outside of his frame, but he will have some concentration lapses, which lead to drops. After the catch, he is very slippery and elusive, although he isn't going to break a lot of tackles. Overall, Jeudy is a loose athlete with elite route skills and he should emerge as a high-volume production guy very early in his career.
View photos from the college career of Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy.
Alabama WR Henry Ruggs III
Height / Weight: 5'11" / 188 lbs
2019 stats: 12 games, 40 receptions, 746 yards, 18.7 yards per reception, seven touchdowns
2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 - #12
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah: Ruggs has an unbelievable blend of speed and toughness. He lines up outside and in the slot. He ran a lot of slants and take-off routes in Alabama's offense -- and he was special on both. Ruggs boasts world-class speed -- he truly explodes off the line and after the catch. He needs to continue to refine his releases against press (he gives up his chest too often), but not many defenses will want to take that chance against his speed. His hands are good, not great, and he does allow too many balls into his chest. After the catch, he runs away from most defenders while occasionally running through them. He is outstanding on jet sweeps and also has kick-return value. Overall, Ruggs has Tyreek Hill-type ability. He will be a matchup nightmare every week.
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LSU WR Justin Jefferson
Height / Weight: 6'1" / 202 lbs
2019 stats: 15 games, 111 receptions, 1,540 yards, 13.9 yards per reception, 18 touchdowns
Accolades: CFP National Champion (2019), Second-Team All-SEC (2019)
2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 - #14
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah: Jefferson is a tall, slender wideout with off-the-charts production. He lines up in the slot and out wide. He is an outstanding route runner. He does a nice job getting on the toes of cornerbacks and then creating separation out of the break point. He does a lot of work in traffic and will extend and finish before taking hard contact. He can play above the rim down the field and can contort his body to make special catches. He doesn't have elite speed, but he's plenty fast enough. After the catch, he has some wiggle and will fight for extra yards. Overall, Jefferson is a polished receiver and should make an immediate impact at the next level.
View photos of LSU WR Justin Jefferson.