Although they didn't electrify anyone in college football necessarily, the University of Tennessee did manage to produce a trio of receivers over the last few years that the Rams should be heavily considering come April's Draft.
Cordarrelle Patterson (6'2" 216 lbs) is well considered as the top receiver in the draft class. Justin Hunter (6'4" 196 lbs) while a little more raw than Patterson, has the potential with his separation and speed to give Bradford a large, fast target on the outside. Da'Rick Rogers (6'2" 217 lbs) is hard to bring down and is unafraid to make a catch across the middle of the field - similar to Amendola. While clearly, I'm not suggesting that St. Louis should draft all three guys, I am hoping that come the end of April, that at least one of them will be wearing Blue and Gold.
I would love to see Patterson get drafted by the Rams with the 16th pick and then for the Rams to turn around in Day 2 of the draft and double-dip and swipe up Hunter, however that would require some prayer in hopes that Hunter would fall in the second day. Imagine: Patterson, Givens, Hunter, Quick. I don't think the Rams would have to worry about drafting a receiver for a few years if that were to happen.
Receivers I "wouldn't mind" seeing wear a Blue n' Gold uniform next season: 1) Cordarrelle Patterson 2) Tavon Austin 3) DeAndre Hopkins 4) Justin Hunter 5) Da'Rick Rogers 6) Quinton Patton What will happen? I think the Rams land Justin Hunter somehow. Not sure in what round, but somehow Fisher brings Hunter to the Arch and finds a way to re-install that mental confidence that Hunter had before he tore his ACL his junior season. The kid can definitely play when healthy, as evident before he went down. I also think the Rams could potentially land 2 receivers early in the draft seeming that they only have three on the roster at this moment. Patton could be the other man on the list playing for Fisher and Co. come September.