Every mock drafter and talking head has ranked the prospects by position. Why should we be different?
1. Crabtree: He's head and shoulders above the rest.
2. Kenny Britt: To me he is Brandon Marshall. He has the strength to go over the middle and get off the line, has good hands, and was productive.
3. Jeremy Maclin: He's productive and athletic, but for some reason I see him struggling to make the transition to the pros more than Crabtree or Britt.
4. Percy Harvin: He's not smart. He smokes dope. But he is electric. He might not be a prototypical WR, but put him with a creative coordinator and I think he can be one of the biggest contributors of the class.
5. Hakeem Nicks: I worry about him being fat. And dumb. But he seems like he could be a borderline #1 ala Moose Muhammad.
6. Juaquin Iglesias: Very productive against tough competition. Was the most productive WR at the Senior Bowl. Based on his experience and route running ability, I think he'll make one of the quickest transitions to the NFL.
7. Brian Robiskie: Another WR with good fundamentals who should have a quick transition to the NFL game. I put him below Iglesias because Robiskie doesn't have the production that Iglesias did. Part of that, I'm aware, is due to QB play. Just the same, I like production.
8. Mohamed Massaquoi: Productive against high level competition. Has some drops, but seems like a complete WR who can do everything to a decent degree.
9. Derrick Williams: Yes, he's a Penn State WR. But I think he has some Eddie Royal traits, and Cutler did a pretty nice job with him.
10. Darrius Heyward-Bey: Troy Williamson version 2.0.