In the 2009 NFL Draft, Al Davis shocked everyone (and no one) when he selected Darrius Heyward-Bey from Maryland over the highly touted Michael Crabtree from Texas Tech University. The first round saw a ridiculous six wideouts drafted in the first round alone. Including the two previously mentioned along with speedsters Jeremy Maclin and Percy Harvin, and crisp route runners with sure hands in Kenny Britt and Hakeem Nicks. But how have they helped their respective teams? Have they made big plays week in and week out? Do they contribute on special teams as well? In this article, we'll take a look at the five best wide receivers drafted, and the impact they have had over the course of the season. No. 5. Michael Crabtree, SF 49ers, Drafted 10th
2009 Stats: 37 receptions, 473 yds, 2 ...
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Article written by Travis Rand