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April 16, COMMENTARY. The Patriots figure to be undergoing a makeover of their wide receiver corps over the next couple of years. Julian Edelman will.


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I don't want to say the Patriots are going to justify the trade by keeping Sanu in , but I also think the investment they made by trading away.


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I don't want to say the Patriots are going to justify the trade by keeping Sanu in , but I also think the investment they made by trading away.


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Here are the undrafted receivers the Patriots signed during the offseason. Throughout this entire offseason and the days after the draft, the.


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Five wide receivers were gone by the time the Patriots' spot arrived, including LSU's Justin Jefferson, who went with the 22nd pick, right before.


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Bill Belichick's roster could use both inside and outside help at receivers, each with a particular set of attributes that usually catch the Patriots attention, Phil Perry.


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Top Wide Receivers In The 2020 NFL Draft

As was the case when we looked at this year's cornerback class, the agility times for some of these receivers is confounding. His three-cone wasn't all that impressive 7.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The body types and skill sets associated with each are different. Not just because of his size and speed. Hill met with Troy Brown in Indy and could be learning from the Patriots Hall of Famer soon if the Patriots are seeking an eventual successor for year-old Julian Edelman. He could be available at the bottom of the first round, though the receiver-needy Eagles selecting No. Just because we have no numbers from Jefferson at this year's combine β€” a foot injury prevented him from testing β€” that doesn't mean we're without any data on him. He's also missed time due to a couple of different knee injuries going back to his final season as a high-schooler. Neither was his 4. He was clocked at Faster than Mims top speed: Faster than Chase Claypool Jefferson would be a steal in the third if the Patriots wanted versatility. Need speed? Edwards couldn't test at the combine as he dealt with a broken foot. Perhaps the top receiver in what could be a historic draft class, the Patriots would likely have to give up the farm if they wanted Lamb. Jeudy could be the first receiver off the board this year, though, making a Patriots union a bit unlikely. The average outside-the-numbers player Belichick has drafted in the first four rounds has a 40 of about 4. Averaged Now this is a 40 time that meets previous Patriots averages. He's not as polished with his routes, and he's not as dangerous after the catch, but Pittman had only five drops on career catchable passes. Only Denzel Mims won more of his one-on-ones at the Senior Bowl, proving that Hill doesn't need to be a next-level athlete to uncover in the short-to-intermediate area of the field. A four-year starter and a team captain in the SEC? Pittman's yard dash time was just 0. Plus, he has His dynamic ability to build speed quickly and tear open secondaries on shorter targets couples nicely with his ability to go up and get the deeper stuff. If the Patriots want to make Harry more of a full-time "Z" receiver and add a big-bodied "X" they should be able to get Pittman in the second or third round. But the average slot is also quicker 6. He's much faster than his timed 4. Crisp routes? Reagor's included. Pittman is a significantly larger individual who might be able to replicate much of what Lamb brings to the table at the next level. Had he run, it's assumed by many he would've clocked somewhere in the low 4. None have measured shorter than 5-foot or lighter than pounds. Like, really fast. He could very well be selected in the Top His polished game is more about positioning, ball-tracking, coordination and an ability to churn out yards after contact than it is pure speed. What's interesting is that Ruggs compares more favorably to past Patriots draft picks at receiver than either of the other two potential top wideouts in the class: CeeDee Lamb of Oklahoma and Jerry Jeudy of Alabama. That kind of athleticism, combined with what's considered to be rare competitiveness, would fit in just fine in a Patriots receiver room that could use some speed. And Claypool is big enough, that a potential shift into a move tight end role shouldn't be out of the question. The Patriots don't have a second rounder at the moment. Not just because of his speed and his NFL pedigree dad, Shawn, had a long pro career that included four years with the Patriots. Mims provides. A blocker on the outside? He's been LSU's top receiver the last two years catches combined in and thanks to his savvy route-running, his ability to find holes in zones, and strong hands to haul in contested catches. His only issue: He's a little light relative to Patriots standards. None have measured shorter than or pounds. But because of the uncommon nuance found in his routes to create separation. Harry's 40 time 4. He's more straight-line fast 4. He's a seek-and-destroy runner with the ball in his hands. Still, his production in the SEC, under Nick Saban, and his ability to run refined routes already at this stage all make him worthy of the "prototype" label. And his explosiveness was elite The average slot Belichick has drafted is a little slower about a 4. And both have missed time hurt. Has that in his bag, too. Duvernay clocked a blazing 4. He'd be the ideal slot-of-the-future in New England and provide them with someone who can contribute outside the numbers as well. But perhaps the Patriots, needing speed to stress secondaries vertically, could trade into the second round to secure Hamler instead of trading up for Ruggs or grabbing Mims at No. Sure thing. Jefferson was thought by many to be a pure slot option prior to the combine. But his 4. But his inch vertical is plenty, as is his inch broad jump. Reagor's inch vertical and inch broad jump were wildly impressive and indicative of the explosiveness he's put on tape. Harry excels in space with the ball in his hands as a hulking wideout. But that style has also led to Shenault missing time. Just because it seemed like everyone's agility times were off for one reason or another this year, we're leaning more towards ignoring those than chalking them up as red flags. Edwards is built differently than Shenault, but both players approach the game with a violent mentality. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Last spring, before Troy Brown joined the Patriots coaching staff, before he looked like the front-runner to take over the receiver coach gig in New England, we had a chance to sit down with him on the Next Pats Podcast and discuss the receiver roles within the team's offense. His routes aren't all that refined, and his hands were shaky at times last season. His vertical leap in Indy was a whopping But he's more than just a bundle of traits. And he'll be able to co-exist with Harry because his skill set is different. Contested catches? Challenging Reagor as perhaps the most explosive receiver in the class outside of Ruggs would be Aiyuk. That versatility is certainly worth considering for the Patriots if he's available in the second or third rounds. Foot and shoulder injuries forced him to miss time at different points in his career. Then he ran a 4. But his inch vertical and inch broad are eye-popping enough to look past any thoughts of Ruggs being undersized. N'Keal Harry was a bit of an outlier last year, not just because he was the first receiver Belichick selected in the first round in his tenure as head coach in New England. Hamler never tested at the combine so we don't know what he would've clocked in the But it's safe to say. Mims has the speed to threaten safeties, the size to win jump balls, and the change-of-direction ability to separate on a variety of routes. Jeudy had a 40 time 4. That combined with his impressive acceleration make for some eyebrow-raising run-after-catch plays on his tape. Jefferson, like many players from a variety of positions in this draft class, chose not to run agility drills at the combine. Aiyuk also has plenty of return-game experience, which might make him more attractive in New England. He's undersized, which may force him into the slot and a Tyler Lockett-style of role. That'll almost always get you on a Prototypical Patriots list. His skill set may be a bit redundant if he finds himself in the same receiver room as Harry, but if Edwards falls on draft weekend due to injury, he could be a mid-round gem. His 4. Ruggs was one of many receivers who did not participate in any of the agility testing at the combine, but does it matter? Without those figures, hard to know whether he profiles as a legit slot threat or if he's more of a true wideout. Another pass-catcher in the conversation to be the first taken, CeeDee Lamb, really isn't a "prototype" by Patriots standards. Claypool is more than 30 pounds heavier than Mims and still posted a 40 time 4. In short, freaky athletes. And because Bill Belichick's roster could use both inside and outside players, we'll lay out both boundary and slot options who look like Patriots "prototypes. He came down with 1, yards receiving for the Irish last year to go along with 13 scores and Claypool has also been a special teams standout for the Irish, which should interest Belichick.