Wide receivers set for the 2015 Senior Bowl

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On Saturday, the Senior Bowl will be played for the 66th time. There are 110 players working on the practice fields around Mobile, Alabama prepping for the all-star game that will be broadcast by the NFL Network starting at 3 p.m. CST.

There are 15 wide receivers on the rosters, ranging from expected second round selections to sixth and seventh round talents. The Senior Bowl allows players that have used all their eligibility, although they are now allowing players that have graduated but still may have a year to play in the college ranks.

That’s why Auburn University’s Sammie Coates is taking part in the game this year. He has one year of eligibility remaining but graduated in December. He’s the highest rated wide receiver in the game, considered a late first-round or early second-round selection. Other potential second round picks in the game are Stanford University’s Ty Montgomery, Fresno State University’s Josh Harper and Justin Hardy out of East Carolina State University.

Here are the receivers that are in Mobile for the game. Injuries can always remove some players from the action. The number next to the receiver’s name is the early projection on the round he will be drafted. The numbers on height and weight are from the game’s official weigh-in on Tuesday:

Player College

HT

WT

40

G

Rec.

Yds.

Avg.

TDs

Sammie
Coates (2)
Auburn

6-1¾

213

4.36

(2014)

37

12

82

34

1,757

741

21.4

21.8

13

4

Jamison
Crowder (5)
Duke

5-8

174

4.53

52

13

283

85

3,641

1,044

12.9

12.3

23

6

Devante
Davis (6)
UNLV

6-3

220

4.52

45

8

186

34

2,785

599

14.9

17.6

22

4

Phillip
Dorsett (4)
Miami

5-9½

183

4.38

45

13

121

36

2,132

871

17.6

24.2

17

10

Antwan
Goodley (4)
Baylor

5-10½

210

4.49

48

11

150

60

2,366

830

15.8

13.8

21

6

Rannell
Hall (6)
Central
Florida

6-0½

193

4.48

49

10

145

49

2,051

500

14.1

10.2

9

0

Justin
Hardy (2)
East
Carolina

5-10½

190

4.49

50

13

387

121

4,541

1,494

11.7

12.4

35

10

Josh
Harper (2)
Fresno
State

6-0¾

189

4.48

43

14

225

90

2,916

1,097

13.0

12.2

28

7

Dezmin
Lewis (6)
Central
Arkansas

6-3½

215

4.52

48

12

197

64

2,668

945

13.5

14.8

24

9

Tony
Lippett (3)
Michigan
State

6-2½

192

4.49

54

13

149

65

2,247

1,198

15.1

18.4

15

11

Tyler
Lockett (3)
Kansas
State

5-9½

181

4.46

47

13

249

106

3,715

1,515

14.9

14.3

29

11

Donatella
Luckett (7)
Harding

5-11¾

206

4.48

43

10

79

23

1,625

602

20.6

26.2

15

5

Vince
Mayle (3)
Washington
State

6-2

219

4.52

25

12

148

106

2,022

1,483

13.7

14.0

16

9

Ty
Montgomery (2)
Stanford

5-11¾

216

4.46

49

11

172

61

2,125

604

12.4

9.9

15

3

Devin
Smith (3)
Ohio
State

6-0½

190

4.38

54

15

121

33

2,103

931

17.4

28.2

30

12