The receiver class of 2015 is led by Amari Cooper, but Jamey Eisenberg also looks at potential breakout candidates Jamison Crowder, Willie Snead and DeVante Parker, among others, who could thrive in their third year in the NFL.
After your choice at No. 1 overall, which is likely Le'Veon Bell, David Johnson or Ezekiel Elliott, your toughest decision could be what to do at the Round 2-3 turn. Jamey Eisenberg shows you what he did with his team at No. 1 overall.
Is it smart to draft three running backs with your first four picks? Yes, if you get the right three running backs as Jamey Eisenberg did here after getting Antonio Brown at No. 4 overall with Todd Gurley, Lamar Miller and Joe Mixon.