In response to wozzy's comment:
WR obviously is another big need position for the Patriots, while the last few years I typically did the entire defense than followed the offense I think I’ll go on a need by need basis this year. I could see the Pats walking away with two receivers this year. Skill positions like WR and RB are plentiful here because I go by the notion that these guys can be found in the late rounds. I assign my receivers by height, weight and position.
Tavon Austin WR West Virginia Sr 5-9 174
Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State Sr 5-11 189
Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia Jr 5-10 193
Marquise Goodwin WR Texas Sr 5-9 183
T.J. Moe WR Missouri Sr 6-0 204
Chad Bumphis WR Miss. State Sr 5-10 196
Martel Moore WR N. Illinois Sr 6-0 188
Denard Robinson WR Michigan Sr 5-11 199
Alan Bonner WR Jackson. St. Sr 5-10 193
Quinton Patton WR Louis. Tech Sr 6-0 204
Terrance Williams WR Baylor Sr 6-2 208
Robert Woods WR USC Jr 6-1 201
Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M Sr 6-0 205
Tavarres King WR Georgia Sr 6-0 189
Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma Jr 6-1 194
Conner Vernon WR Duke Sr 6-0 196
Josh Boyce WR TCU Jr 5-11 206
Corey Fuller WR Virginia Tech Sr 6-2 204
Marquess Wilson WR Wash. St. Jr 6-3 194
Alec Lemon WR Syracuse Sr 6-1 202
Ryan Spadola WR Lehigh Sr 6-1 204
Lanear Sampson WR Baylor Sr 5-11 204
Kenbrell Thompkins WR Cincinnati Sr 6-1 193
Justin Hunter WR Tennessee Jr 6-4 196
DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson Jr 6-1 214
Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee Jr 6-2 216
Da'Rick Rogers WR Tenn. Tech Jr 6-3 217
Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas Sr 6-2 212
Chris Harper WR Kansas State Sr 6-1 229
Rodney Smith WR Florida State Sr 6-5 225
Marcus Davis WR Virginia Tech Sr 6-3 233
Tyrone Goard WR E. Kentucky Sr 6-4 205
Mark Harrison WR Rutgers Sr 6-3 231
Tavon Austin in my estimation is easily the best receiver in his class and maybe the best player in this draft. I know most Pat's fans will be disinterested in a slot receiver we have no hope of getting so I've pulled another sure to be bothersome to fellow posters pick of Justin Hunter as the best of the bigs. Picking him over his teammate is sure to prickle some people but I think he is the best package of height, speed and overall production.
There are certainly some freaks in this class, Rodney Smith for Florida State has some really good quickness for a guy his size even if he isn't a downfield burner.
The player most likely to be Wes Welker is TJ Moe from Missouri, incredible quickness, toughness, jumping and good hands but he wasn't tested often in a non passing offense, there's also the chance he winds up the next Jeremy Ebert.
i like hunter, prefer hopkins or rogers though.
did i miss something or did you not put dobson in there? internional? if so, why?