If what I am reading is any indication, it seems that the receiver corp is pretty deep in this years draft, but none are the freaks like Green or Julio Jones, but some are close.
Look at Justin Hunter being projected in the 2nd round, Robert Woods in the 2nd to 3rd. The only 1st round pick experts can agree on is Keenan Allen. He will go top 10 imo due to the amount of teams who really needs some offensive weapons, i.e. Miami, NY Jets and many others. After Keenan Allen, I do believe Cordaroy Patterson and Deandre Hopkins have a good shot at going in the first, but as an earlier post suggested trading up for Hopkins, I don't know if you would have to trade up too much. I count 8 players I believe will go by Round 2, but none super high except Allen. Of course that could change after combines. Still it looks like it is relatively deep, and as I said earlier, a great QB can make a really good receiver an all pro receiver. I do think we need to focus on OL, but sooner than later, we are going to have to think about replacing Reggie, but who knows, Grigs seems pretty high on Palmer, so we may not draft a WR. Time will tell. Would love your thoughts.
Seems a lot of receivers also are making an impression in the Senior Bowl also. I like Terrance Williams from Baylor, and somebody is going to get a T.Y. type person in Quinton Patton. Here is the link to the Senior Bowl.
One more thing, beside watching the colts each Sunday during the year, one of the times of the year I love the most is before the draft, and of course the draft itself. If Grigs comes anywhere close to last year, watch out.