Junior WRs could upstage weak senior class

Updated: September 19, 2006, 5:21 PM ET
By Todd McShay | Scouts Inc.

NFL teams in need of wide receiver help cannot be happy about an impending draft drought at the position. After back-to-back years with at least six first-round receivers and at least 13 first-day receivers, the 2006 class came up embarrassingly short with just one first-round pick (Santonio Holmes) and only eight selected on Day 1.

The defections of Holmes (Steelers) and Chad Jackson (Patriots) weakened what was already considered an anemic crop of 2007 wide receiver talent. As it stands ...

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