The NFL draft saw some impactful players on offense taken besides quarterbacks. Let’s look at some of the top talent and how they could do offensively in year one.
5. Garrett Wilson Jets
The Jets used a first-round pick to get one of the top receivers in the draft. They had some promising receivers last year but Wilson could be the No. 2 wideout on the team when they open up week one with an improved offense.
4. Treylon Burks Titans
Tennessee traded their star wide receiver AJ Brown to draft Burks. He has some big shoes to fill and should be their No. 2 wide receiver after the team also acquired Robert Woods this offseason.
3. Ken Walker III Seahawks
The unfortunate news of Chris Carson retiring due to injury leaves the door open for Walker to be the featured back from game one. Rashaad Penny had a strong end to the season last year but Walker is expected to get a lot of chances this year.
2. Drake London Falcons
London could step right into the No. 1 wide receiver job in Atlanta. With Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, and Russell Gage all gone from the roster this year, London could be a top 30 wide receiver in the NFL
1. Breece Hall Jets
The Jets used an early-second round pick to get Hall. Even last year some Jets running backs had success and Hall is more talented and expected to receive the majority of the work. He could have a big impact this year.
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