(St. Louis): Austin is a blazer and will love the turf in St. Louis.He will take the slot left open by Danny Amendola’s departure. Sam Bradford willcall his number as often as he did Amendola's. There is talk that he will even driftinto the backfield a few times a game. With over 100 catches at West Virginia thepast two years, you know he can handle the workload. I would draft him in the6th round.2.
(Houston): FINALLY, someone that can play on the other side of the field from Andre Johnson. Schaub, Johnson and Hopkins are thrilledwith this draft pick. He is a highlight reel mainstay and catches everything insight. There is no doubt that he starts the first game and doesn’t look back. Iwould grab him in the 7th round.3.
(Minny): Patterson’s stock dropped with questionsabout his character, which is funny considering that he took Randy Moss’number; his idol! Should he stay focused, he is a big play waiting to happen.Greg Jennings is Minny’s number 1 receiver, but he is far from the deep threatthat Patterson is. He won’t catch 100 balls this year, but he will have a big YPRand lots of YAC. He is a solid 9th round pick.4.
(New England): Out with the old and in with the new. Dobson joins a new receiver corp in New England. Tom Brady likes spreading the ballaround and Danny Amendola will be taking Wes Welker’s spot, but Dobsonshould win Brady over easily. The kid had zero Drops last year! I would grabDobson in the 12th round5.
(San Diego): Based on pure talent, Allen would be rankedmuch, much higher. His problems are that he is coming off a knee injury and hasa group of WRs in front of him that he will need to win time from. However,Vincent Brown is also coming off an injury, Robert Meachem was an overpaidno-show last year and Malcom Floyd is an enigma. He is worth taking a flier on inthe last two rounds of your draft.
(Cincinnati): Eifert could almost be listed in the WR categorysince he has that make-up. The Bengals are sold that Jermaine Gresham is their number 1 TE but they are sure that Eifert could be that, and more. QB AndyDalton likes throwing to his TE and adding Eifert makes him smile. Expect Eifertto be the second-leading pass-catcher for the Bengals this year. TE is deep in