Ohio State's Garrett Wilson is widely considered the No. 1 vast receiver selection in this year's draft class

This No.1 receiver draft makes Ohio State's Garrett Wilson better than Dan Orlovsky

And during Tuesday's event of Getting Up, the abandoned NFL quarterback gave Wilson a favorable comparison

Wilson is predicted to appear on the council sometime in the early-to-mid initial session

Orlovsky speculates the prospective first-round substitute could give birth to some All-Pro capability

In his ultimate season with the Fresno State Bulldogs in 2013, Adams registered 1,719 yards and 24 touchdowns

Wilson shared the permit-snatching athletics with projected first-round pick Chris Olave, who notched 1,058 yards and 12 touchdowns this season

Despite being selected in the second round, Adams has segregated himself as the best wideout from his 2014 class that contained Sammy Watkins and some others