Over the past three drafts, the 13 first-round wideouts have produced one Pro Bowler, and nine players who have never caught 40 passes in a season. From terminology, to routes, to how they’re taught to catch the ball, a look at why so many first-round receivers are becoming busts
College basketball is done and the predraft process is upon us. The last few weeks have been fairly quiet, but that's about to change. Before the scuttle and speculation starts, here are the top 80 prospects.
Bryce Harper has more homers than strikeouts and nearly three times as many walks as whiffs. The last player to do that over a full season was Barry Bonds in 2004. The mere fact that he's recalling Bonds at his best is striking.