I'm going to be doing something a little different with the mock drafts. We are pretty much settled in on who we want in the 1st and 2nd rounds of the draft. Now let's forget about those 2 rounds and focuse on rounds 3 thru 7. For this thread, let's look at the third round, and specifically the Wide Receiver position. What three options at WR do you like in the 3rd round, and why? Here are mine. 3.WR Todd Watkins 6'3 205 *4.40 40* He once ran a 4.29 and was considered the nations best deep threat. Last year he didn't have a steller year so his stock dropped. He put on 15 pounds of weight just to impress the scouts but I think it hurt his 40 time. He is easily a 4.32 guy IMO. I think he could be a solid 2 in a year or 2, but can come in and play sparingly for a couple of downs a game this year. 3.WR Derek Hagan 6'2 208 *4.42 40* First off he doesn't have the best hands in the world, but he can still catch the ball. When you look at this 40 time, take this in mind. The guy had the fastest 10yard drill time.This means that he is explosive off the line and can get to top speed instantly. I think players like Terrell Owens and Steve Smith have those same characteristics in explosion. As far as his flat out receiving ability, you can't jam him, and he runs excellent routes while being able to read zones really good. I project him as a third rounder. He could be a number 1 guy in a couple of years, and could come in a play a little this year. 3.WR Gregg Jennings 5'11 197 *4.42 40* This guy played for a small school, but put up lights out numbers. Who knows if it can translate into the pros, but in the 3rd round, you have to give it a try. He can catch the ball, he runs good routes, gets off the line pretty good, and he can get deep on you. He has all of the tools including punt return ability to be a great 3rd or even 2nd receiver in this league, and you never know, he could grow into a number 1 thru the years. 98 catches, 1259 yards, 14 touchdowns in 2005. 20 punt returns, 172 yards, 8.2 average in 2005.