I know the guy is not a sexy WR pick, but I just want to say I like this guy in round two. He's just a workman and I like that. He only ran a 4.51, but his dad is Atlanta's receiver's coach (Terry), and he just seems to do a lot of stuff well. I think he would work well in our scheme, but unfortunately chances are slim he's a #1 guy really. He could be, I wouldn't count out a hard worker, and there's been superstars with worse numbers, but I wouldn't gamble on it. Anyway, not a bad player. Of course, I'm as well intrigued by these smaller guys who ran well. I like Quan Cosby in four, and Mike Smith from Arizona may go in two or three. Both are like 5'8" but are about 195, so they're almost CJ's weight. If Darren Sproles and MJD are okay, I think these two should be as well. I'm hoping we really overturn three spots at WR this year, and I wouldn't mind two rookies. I'd love Chad Johnson Justin Gage Brandon Jones Lavelle Hawkins Brian Robiskie Quan Cosby That would be okay if we didn't go receiver in round one. If you think we might, feel free to upgrade Robiskie's name with whomever, but I think that's a decent roster. I would even think those last three guys could develop into a starting trio. Given the success of Dustin Keller and John Carlson last season, I wouldn't completely rule out Jared Cook with our first or second round pick. For those who don't know, this is a TE who suddenly moved into second place behind Brandon Pettigrew. He ran a 4.5 40, did a 41" vertical, is 6'5" and weighs 246. Two inches on Scaife, but faster. I can also see us taking another TE in 3 or 4 (James Casey from Rice, or Cornelius Ingram from Florida). But Cook looks like a beast and would be a nightmare as a pass catcher. Could be a Tony Gonzalez-type threat for us, without having to give up a pick and spend the money we're spending on Scaife. This is why I might consider TE in one and thus pick up a couple of receivers later.