I personally like Kenny Stills at WR out of Oklahoma over Chris Harper out of KSU. Stills is about 6’0 210 and has EXCELLENT body control. When I see his highlights I see someone that catches (in traffic AND across the middle) good field awareness, gets open and constantly gets 2 feet down on the sideline even though you only need 1 foot down in college. This kid is the next Welker in the slot and could be the heir apparent to Moss.
Also, I don’t see us drafting our biggest position of need until the 6th round. If in fact we do trade back I think it would be a 4th and not a 3rd. Sure, the draft is deep at certain positions like Safety and DL but the dropoff between game changers and contributors is significant and we don’t have to luxury of drafting for potential or special teams or depth. We need playmakers and players that can start right away at key positions. MY draft would look something like this:
2nd rd:Kenny Vaccaro SS / Xavier Rhodes CB/ Jordan Poyer CB (in that order)
3rd rd: Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma
4th rd: Phillip Thomas FS Fresno St./Kenjon Barner RB Oregon (this kid is LeShon McCoy on Fast Forward)
5th rd: Shawn Williams SS Georgia
6th rd: Kyle Long OL Oregon
7th rd: Arthur Lych TE Georgia (6’5’’ 272 lb TE?? Not top flight speed but great hands for an almost lineman)
Now I could see a different WR being thrown in there somewhere and if we went CB in the 2nd then that might change the order somewhat but other than that I think we could come out with day 1 starters at several positions, if done correctly, which is what we need. We NEED to come out with some game changers in this draft and no more PROJECTS with 2nd, 3rd and 4th rounders. Even though we need DB help desperately we can't forget that without Garcon our OFF went nowhere. We need to add help for RGIII and Barner (RB, Oregon) and Stills would be cheap and difference-making pickups. Again, no more projects and depth picks. Before we draft anyone we should ask ourselves "can they contribute early-on?" if not then... NEXT!!!