The 2023 wide receiver draft class is an exercise in how the position has changed over the last decade-plus at the NFL level. There are big and robust receivers that have ball skills and downfield ability, but the emergence of smaller, more gifted athletes at the position is being rewarded even more in today’s game. Jordan Addison is a perfect blend of that ability; listed at six feet tall and weighing in at 175 pounds (we’ll get verified numbers at the combine), Addison fits the bill of a more unique player that can thrive in college and the NFL. Gone are the days of more physical defense in favor of more offensive scoring output, smaller receivers have every opportunity to succeed in the game of football.
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