Here is a tool that we’ll use as a small part of our final ranking process for the rookie wide receiver class in 2018. We’ll use it along with our personal staff rankings, Trashman’s Trait Matrix, Combine on-field performance scores and other proprietary models gleaned through acquisition of exclusive data through the draft process, the combine and various pro days. This is simply a tool that shows the percentage of the given team’s passing offense that the prospect was personally responsible for in their final season in college as a proportion of total receptions, total yards and total touchdowns. The Market Share Production Scores combine all three scores across the metrics.
NOTE: These scores use stats from the final college season that the prospect played at the university unless there is a (*) by the name. In these cases, the player was injured during a good portion of 2017 and 2016 data was used instead. In cases where a player missed time in 2017 but not more than just a few games, 2017 data was used, but these players are noted with a (**) mark, meaning that this player would almost certainly be a little higher on the list had he not missed a few games last season. The list is not encompassing of all NFL prospects, but does include all Combine, Senior Bowl and Shrine Game participants along with numerous others we’re in the process of evaluating to total near 60.