2013 NFL Draft wide receiver rankings

COLUMBIA SC - OCTOBER 30: Justin Hunter #11 of the Tennessee Volunteers watches as Devin Taylor #98 of the South Carolina Gamecocks makes an interception during their game at Williams-Brice Stadium on October 30 2010 in Columbia South Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

With the college football season starting on Thursday, I realized I was quite behind on preseason rankings. In order to get them all out before the season kicks off, I'll be posting position lists throughout the week.

Up now is wide receivers. Like many offensive skill positions, juniors rule the lot. I have juniors and seniors split, but the top four prospects at wide receiver heading into the season are juniors. Tops among them is Tennessee's Justin Hunter. Before getting hurt in the third game of the 2011 season, Hunter showed big-play ability. He's a solid route runner and has better size than No. 2 receiver Robert Woods of Southern California. That's not to knock Woods, however. He's a masterful route runner with good speed and hands.

Obviously there are some notable names missing. Look for this list to expand throughout the season. But there are some players left off purposely. For instance, everyone loves Aaron Mellette of Elon. But other than some highlights, I haven't seen him. Also not listed are Denard Robinson of Michigan and Russell Shepard of LSU. Robinson, to me, remains a mystery – especially after what we saw Robert Griffin turn into last year. Shepard has been little more than a hype project and red flags. Da'Rick Rogers of Tennessee was also left off the juniors list while he serves an indefinite suspension.

Find the full list after the jump and let me know what you think.

SENIORS

1. Cobi Hamilton | 6'3, 209 pounds | Wide receiver | Arkansas
2. Aaron Dobson | 6'2, 205 pounds | Wide receiver | Marshall
3. Terrance Williams | 6'3, 205 pounds | Wide receiver | Baylor
4. Keenan Davis | 6'3, 215 pounds | Wide receiver | Iowa
5. Tavon Austin | 5'9, 174 pounds | Wide receiver | West Virginia
6. Marcus Davis | 6'4, 232 pounds | Wide receiver | Virginia Tech
7. Ryan Swope | 6'0, 206 pounds | Wide receiver | Texas A&M
8. Dan Buckner | 6'3, 220 pounds | Wide receiver | Arizona
9. Tavarres King | 6'1, 192 pounds | Wide receiver | Georgia
10. Roy Roundtree | 6'0, 178 pounds | Wide receiver | Michigan
11. Emory Blake | 6'2, 193 pounds | Wide receiver | Auburn
12. Theo Riddick | 5'11, 200 pounds | Wide receiver | Notre Dame

JUNIORS

1. Justin Hunter | 6'4, 200 pounds | Wide receiver | Tennessee *
2. Robert Woods | 6'1, 190 pounds | Wide receiver | Southern California *
3. Keenan Allen | 6'3, 206 pounds | Wide receiver | California * Prospect notes
4. Marquess Wilson | 6'4, 183 pounds | Wide receiver | Washington State *
5. DeAndre Hopkins | 6'1, 200 pounds | Wide receiver | Clemson
6. Kenny Stills | 6'1, 189 pounds | Wide receiver | Oklahoma *
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