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As for the receiver class, Notre Dame's Michael Floyd is likely to be in play with the 19th pick. Floyd is a bit tight in his routes and lacks ideal suddenness so this might be a bit rich for him, but his downfield ball skills are second-to-none. He's a physical receiver who tracks the ball well and uses his 6-3, 229-pound frame to his advantage in jump ball situations, and Floyd would give strong-armed Bears QB Jay Cutler the quality vertical target he needs.
Colts WRs Reggie Wayne and Pierre Garcon are headed for free agency, so Indianapolis might also opt to add a weapon for Luck in the passing game. To that end, Baylor's Kendall Wright would provide a dynamic presence on the outside as the kind of receiver who can make things happen after the catch. Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd would also be a consideration should he fall on draft weekend, and he or South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery could provide a big target and ability to stretch the field and make plays in one-on-one situations.