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Pac-12 Packed With Wide Receiver Prospects

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Don't be fooled by his slow start. USC's Marqise Lee is still the best receiver in the nation. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images.
Don't be fooled by his slow start. USC's Marqise Lee is still the best receiver in the nation. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images.

Lee is simply the best wide receiver in college football, plain and simple. He doesn't drop balls, he's lightning fast, and he plays bigger than he actually is. He can do anything you would need a receiver to do, including block, but the best part about him is all you need to do as a quarterback is throw the ball near him and he will pull it in. He's Calvin Johnson in Victor Cruz's body.

He's off to a slow start in 2013 with 23 catches, 293 yards and only one touchdown through four games, but expect that to pick up quickly. He dropped two passes in the season-opener against Hawaii, something he almost never does. Inconsistent quarterback play and conservative play-calling haven't helped Lee to live up to his last season either.

Lee is still the best receiver prospect out there due to his outstanding skillset. He will be the first receiver taken in the 2014 draft -- a draft which Pac-12 receivers will dominate.