After being largely passed over early in the NFL draft, wide receivers stole the show during the past two weeks of rookie minicamps.

This shouldn't be a surprise, given that the minicamp format - with no pads and no hitting - is designed to favor offensive skill players, but several teams nonetheless have reason to feel good about their first-year wideouts.

That's where we'll begin our look at 10 early observations about the NFL's 2019 rookie class, with minicamps out of the way.

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