After the epic 2014 WR class, it’s not surprising that the encore disappointed, but the failure of that 2015 group partially explains the larger collapse at the WR position. Seventeen WRs were drafted between Amari Cooper and Stefon Diggs, and none of them have reached the 200-point plateau that roughly corresponds with a WR2 finish. That group includes epic busts like Kevin White, Breshad Perriman, Devin Smith and Dorial Green-Beckham. Fortunately, a solid group of post-hype candidates emerged in 2017, and they present a few intriguing possibilities for secondary breakouts.
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