2014’s class of Wide Receivers looks to be historical. A number of underclassmen, complimented by seriously talented soon-to-be graduates, are making teams which may not have Wide Receiver high on their priority list reconsider.
Dallas’s situation at Receiver is especially tricky. Dez Bryant is locked in there, but Miles Austin is very possibly on his way out. Terrance Williams made some big plays last year, but he’s not necessarily a solid number 2 receiver, given possible shortcomings at strength and route running. The same could be said about Cole Beasley who looked at times to be the perfect slot receiver and at others simply underperformed. So, with the draft a mere two months away, here’s a look at a Wide Receiver in each round that would make sense for the Dallas Cowboys.