Ok, I posted this in another thread, but wanted to make a topic for it to get others opinions. Antonio Cromartie is the most interesting player in this draft. While we don't have an urgent need for a corner, this guy is going to be AMAZING. If he checks out healthy, you're getting a 6'3 corner who is reported to run in the 4.3s. Not to mention he benched 225 25 times!! If he wasn't injured this past year, he would EASILY be the top ranked DB in this draft and would more than likely go top 5-10. As it is now, he could land anywhere from mid 1st-early 2nd, depending if a team wants to take a chance on him. Workouts will be critical...Scott Wright told us the other day that he talked to Cromarties agent, and he said that he clocked a 4.29 and 4.31 forty time on grass. That is completely INSANE for a guy his size, even if they are off by a little. Fact is, if healthy, he's a very rare type of player, but now it will all depend on who wants to take a shot on him recovering from his ACL. So, he has a SLIM CHANCE to fall to early 2nd. If he's there, do we bypass a need position and nab someone like him? The only negatives are: He's coming off an ACL, might be a little rusty, and that he doesn't have alot of experience. He has as much upside as anyone in this draft and could be a potential elite NFL player. Would you take a chance on him and leave, say, and LB, OT, and S on the board?