2015 NFL Draft: First Look At WRs

May 14, 2014 5:28 AM EST

1. Amari Cooper, Alabama


Despite being injured for part of his sophomore season, Cooper showed that his freshman success was not a fluke. The dynamic wideout has a knack for getting behind defenders and is a serious deep threat.

Cooper worked out at the Alabama Pro Day this past March and reportedly ran a 4.38. If he can stay healthy, Cooper could easily be a top-15 pick in 2015 as he is drawing comparisons to AJ Green. It looks as if his skills could easily translate into the next level.