Baylor's Corey Coleman, Ole Miss' Laquon Treadwell, TCU's Josh Doctson and Ohio State's Michael Thomas were ranked among the top wide receivers available in the 2016 NFL Draft by NFL Media analysts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks on Monday, with Coleman and Treadwell as the consensus No. 1 and No. 2, respectively.
But where might those players land, and which NFL clubs have a need for their skills? Both analysts identified the best team fit for each prospect mentioned. Here are their fit picks:
"I believe the L.A. Rams would be a nice fit for him. ... Tavon Austin can do some things in the slot. You have other playmakers like Kenny Britt who can stretch the field. Laquon Treadwell can be the anchor of that passing game. He can play the 'X' (receiver), you can build it around him and allow him to be the focal point of that passing game."
"Give Philip Rivers a true No. 1. He hasn't had that there in quite some time. They need some more weapons for him there to get that offense rolling again."
"Tavon Austin is their No. 1. I don't necessarily like that, but down in the red zone, you need a taller guy, a guy that you can go to."
"Hue Jackson has mentioned the fact that they've got to get taller, they've got to get bigger. He came from Cincinnati where they had all those tall-tree wide receivers. Now he goes to Cleveland and they've got a bunch of little bushes. They need a tree. I think Michael Thomas would be a good fit there."