I'm in the camp that believes Dallas needs to add a true speed dimension to its receiving corps. Someone in the mold of Mike Wallace, a player I really wanted the Cowboys to grab back in '09. The sort of linear, blazer with quickness that keeps teams honest over the top. This draft, the players that most fit in that mold IMO are the following: Titus Young - 5'11" 174 lbs - Nearly identical in size to DeSean Jackson, Young is actually an underated route runner and diligent blocker for his size. He didn't time out exceptionally well at the combine (4.43 forty), but did post a 4.39 at his proday FWIW. Whatever the time, nobody questions his ability to get deep. During his career at Boise St. he posted 16 catches of 45 yards or more. Young is also a talented KR. Some see him as a 2nd round lock. I don't; with as many QBs that are expected to go the 1st-2nd rounds and the depth of talent on the DL, I could easily see Young being pushed out the 2nd round into the early parts of round 3. [youtube]7JkmUnh6MU8[/youtube] Edmond Gates - 5'11 1/2" 192 lbs - Gates is actually one of my "pet" players this year. Although he played a consistently lower level of competition at Abilene Christian (same college as fellow speedster Johnny Knox) his wheels (4.37 forty) and explosiveness (40" vertical) give him traits that translate to the NFL. He's a developing receiver but far from a 2-3 year project; he can have an impact his rookie season by providing that deep threat. I view Edmond Gates as a strong 3rd round lock that may possibly slip to the 4th round. [youtube]Bs4BeSDwk0w[/youtube] Your thoughts? Anyone that tickles your fancy?