Originally Posted by steelbtexan
Your list is a very good list. I'm interested to know what other draftniks top 5-10 look like.
Your list consists of young Hines Ward and Greg Jennings type WR's.
My List has Jennings/Antonio Brown type WR's. I think one way to quickly improve the ST's is to draft a TY Hilton/Joe Adams/Demps type slot WR that can play outside somme too.
Hopefully Floyd or Jeffrey are there late in the 1st. In the 3rd 4th rd taking a White/Hilton/Adams would be playing with house money. It would take the biggest weakness and turn it into a possible strength.
I'm going to put out a Texans post combine mock soon. Check it out and tell me what you think.
When breaking down WR prospects one thing I look for that I don't see posted enough as an area of strength in a players game is his ability to form a trusted bond with his QB.
Chemistry is really, really important especially moving on into the NFL, is how well you work with others, adapt to a system & can be counted on in crunch time. I would throw a lot of measureables away if a specific player has a deficit in this area. Just something to think about SB when evaluating talent that might help you, not that you really need any