tennessee wr are all way bust
I can't really say too much about Justin Hunter as I haven't really watched a lot of him.
I have watched a lot of Woods and Allen though.
I live over in the West Coast so I watch all the Pac 12 games and I am admittingly a big USC fan so you can take my evaluation of Woods with a grain of salt if you wish.
First off, I think Keenan Allen is going to be a better WR than Woods. I plan on watching more of Hunter at some point this year, but right now I would put Allen at the top of my wish list for the Dolphins to draft next year. He is a big WR (6-3 215) who is excellent at getting yards after the catch. I think he would be a perfect fit for the WCO since he does run a lot of slants and shorter patterns at CAL already. He also goes up and gets the ball on deep passes which is another thing that I like. I think Allen would be a great fit for this offense.
Robert Woods is harder for me to get a grasp on. I'm a big USC fan and obviously Woods has been a huge contributor for a while there. He is an explosive playmaker with the ball in his hands and can definately be a good returner for us as well at the next level. I don't think he has elite speed or hands. He has very good speed and at times makes spectacular catches, but I don't think he really has an elite trait. I've seen some scouts call him the next "Greg Jennings" and while I believe he has that potential, I don't think he'll get quite up to that level. I think he is more of a mid 2nd round guy who has potential to be a solid starter in this league. I don't know if he will last to the 2nd round, but I wouldn't really take him before than imo.
Allow me to play contrarian.... Markus Wheaton From Oregon St.
As for TE, Fauria from UCLA. I'd keep my eye on the 2 juniors from Standford (Ertz & Toilolo).
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My preference of the 3 mentioned would be:
1) Keenan Allen - Big physical receiver that catches well with his hands and at it's highest point. He is quick, runs good routes and is tough to bring down. He'll be a big help on 3rd down conversions and in the redzone
2) Justin Hunter - Don't know much about him other than watching his highlights on youtube but looks like a true number 1 WR
3) Someone other than Robert Woods - Woods tends to wait for the ball to come to him... he catches with his body which will not translate well to the NFL. I feel another USC WR bust.