T.J. Graham, wide receiver, North Carolina State (6-0, 180)
T.J. Graham might be the draft's top pure vertical threat. He’s got elite speed, can take the top off a defense and despite his struggles as a route runner, he’s got the speed to open up opportunities for his teammates underneath.
NFL Ceiling: Big-play threat on the outside
NFL Floor: Sub-package threat
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