Best Remaining Wide Receiver Prospects by Odds to Be Drafted First on Day 2 of the NFL Draft

Max Staley
Denzel Mims is favored to be the first wide receiver drafted on Day 2.
Denzel Mims is favored to be the first wide receiver drafted on Day 2. / Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
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Prior to Thursday night, many analysts were projecting Baylor's Denzel Mims to be drafted in Round 1. While that never materialized, he's currently favored to be the first wide receiver drafted on Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

For the full list, let's break down which receivers could be the first to come off the board on Day 2.

1. Denzel Mims, Baylor

Denzel Mims is favored to be the first receiver drafted on Day 2.
Denzel Mims is favored to be the first receiver drafted on Day 2. / Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (-150)

2. Tee Higgns, Clemson

Tee Higgins could be the second wide receiver drafted on Day 2.
Tee Higgins could be the second wide receiver drafted on Day 2. / Michael Hickey/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (+170)

3. Michael Pittman Jr., USC

Michael Pittman Jr. could be the third wide receiver drafted on Day 2.
Michael Pittman Jr. could be the third wide receiver drafted on Day 2. / Michael Hickey/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (+550)

4. Laviska Shenault, Colorado

Laviska Shenault could be the fourth wide receiver drafted on Day 2.
Laviska Shenault could be the fourth wide receiver drafted on Day 2. / Michael Hickey/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (+700)

5. Chase Claypool, Notre Dame

Chase Claypool could be the fifth wide receiver drafted on Day 2.
Chase Claypool could be the fifth wide receiver drafted on Day 2. / Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (+2000)

6. Van Jefferson, Florida

Van Jefferson could be the sixth receiver off the board on Day 2.
Van Jefferson could be the sixth receiver off the board on Day 2. / Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (+2600)

7. KJ Hamler, Penn State

KJ Hamler could be the seventh receiver drafted on Day 2.
KJ Hamler could be the seventh receiver drafted on Day 2. / Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

Odds to Be the Next Wide Receiver Drafted: (+2900)


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