2020 NFL Draft: Texas WR Collin Johnson could be a massive steal

The year’s draft class boasts one of the best and deepest wide receiver groups we’ve seen in years. There could be four, maybe even five of them taken within the top-20.

With the depth in this group, there’s bound to be a handful of late-round wide receiver steals. We all know the standouts like Alabama’s duo of Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs, along with Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb, but there are about eight to ten other receivers who could have an impact in their rookie seasons.

One name that isn’t being talked about enough is Texas wideout Collin Johnson. Standing at 6-foot-6, he’s a prototypical red zone target and projects to be a matchup nightmare at the next level.

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