USC receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster mentioned during an appearance on Pro Football Talk Live Friday that the Cowboys and Rams have shown the most interest in him throughout the draft process.
A month ago, Smith-Schuster said he would like to play for a Los Angles team and mentioned the Chargers, Rams, 49ers, and Raiders as franchises he is interested in.
The Cowboys brought him in a for a pre-draft visit a few weeks ago.
An AFC receivers coach previously offered a comp of Anquan Boldin for Smith-Schuster.
“I would be interested to see where other teams have JuJu (Smith-Schuster) because I absolutely love him,” the coach said, via NFL.com. “He reminds me so much of Anquan Boldin the way he creates space for himself and how physical he is after the catch. He will end up being as good or better than those receivers they are mentioning in the first round.”
Smith-Schuster, 20, figures to be a mid-round receiver option for teams to consider, possibly as high as round two. During his three-year college career at USC, Smith-Schuster caught 213 passes for 3,092 yards receiving and 25 touchdowns over the course of 40 games.