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2011 NFL Draft Wide Receivers

Updated on January 9, 2013

**Pre-Draft Concerns**

Who are the top wide-outs in the 2011 NFL Draft? The top two seem to be set: Georgia's AJ Green and Alabama's Julio Jones... but who else will contribute on the next level?

ALSO: updates will be available upon completion of WR drills and tests in the 2011 NFL Combine.

UPDATE:

We'll be updating this page from time to time to take a look at how these wide receivers are doing in their first professional season.

Grading The Class of 2011

AJ Green (UGA) - drafted by Cincinnati and had a stellar year. Made the Pro Bowl, tallied 65 catches and over 1,000 yards receiving.

Greg Little (UNC) - drafted by Cleveland, became a starter. had 61 catches.

Julio Jones (Alabama) - Atlanta traded up to draft him, he had 54 catches and 8 touchdowns.

Torrey Smith (Maryland) - drafted by Baltimore, had 50 catches and 7 TD's.

Titus Young (Boise State) - drafted by Detroit, had 48 catches for over 600 yards as a rookie.

Greg Salas (Hawaii) - drafted by St. Louis, had 27 catches.

Kris Durham (UGA) - drafted by Seattle, did not play very much.

AJ Green

2011 Combine Results

Bench Press

Greg Little (UNC): 27 reps on bench pressAJ Green (UGA): 18 reps on bench pressJonathan Baldwin (PITT): 20 reps on bench press

Julio Jones - Alabama

Drafted in the first round by the Atlanta Falcons.

Named to the Pro Bowl in his second season.

Julio Jones

Who would you pick if you needed a WR?

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