I think most on this board (and others) are thinking that we'll draft a WR early in the draft. We may.... But I don't think so. We know Parcells doesn't like to have WRs on the roster just wasting a roster spot. Remember Quincy Morgan? He was cut because he was going to be our fourth WR. Parcells said he didn't want our fourth WR to not contribute in some way. I think the WR we draft will have to play STs in some fashion....either as a returner or gunner. Holmes is a fine prospect (I personally, don't think he's worth pick 18) as is Jackson (ditto). Now, they may be able to beat out Crayton, but they won't beat out Owens or Glenn. If they can't beat out Crayton, then we have a wasted roster spot. I think we go after a guy we can develop. A guy that will be available on the second day. While we're developing the guy, we let him play special teams as a PR or gunner. Now, who's out there that can do this? Brandon Marshall (although he might be creeping up to a first-day prospect) Marques Colston Miles Austin Skyler Green Greg Jennings All would fit the profile I think we're looking at. Now, I wouldn't be opposed to drafting a WR on day one if we got one for good value (like a trade down in the mid to lower-twenties for Holmes or Jackson). I really like Marshall the best. Huge player....I'll admit that I haven't seen much of him. I watched the bowl game he played in where he got over 200 yards and three TDs. I also saw him abuse CBs in the Hula Bowl. He played his JR year at safety so you know he can tackle on STs. I think he'd be the perfect guy to draft as a special teamer/developmental prospect. But like I said, he may not be there on day two....he's looking more like a third-round prospect.