Perriman's stock continues to free fall. He's now going in the 10th round and we're betting he's going to fall even further. Perriman has one of the best opportunities of this year's rookie receiver class, so once healthy, he should be given plenty of snaps and targets in Marc Trestman's offense. If he's still around in the 11th/12th round, we can't think of too many players in that range with his upside.
Harbaugh: 'No timetable' for Breshad Perriman's return
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