INDIANAPOLIS — If your favorite NFL team doesn't have a Tyreek Hill, Julio Jones or Courtland Sutton streaking down the field, making cornerbacks cringe and constantly redefining the highlight catch, just wait.
Chances are good they'll grab one in this year's draft.
The NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis features a tantalizing wide receiver class unlike anything ever seen at the league's annual gathering of top prospects.
"You've probably heard every GM and coach talk about this wide receiver class; it is a good one," Jets GM Joe Douglas said. "Just watching them go across the stage, there is a lot of talented players and we see how much the pass game affects the National Football League.