Surveying the field in Super Bowl XLIV, you could see the value in drafting a wide receiver in the first round just by looking at Reggie Wayne. You could see the value in not drafting a wide receiver in the first round just by looking at Marques Colston, Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie. Nobody ever said what goes on in a draft lab is an exact science.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and SportsNation all agree Dez Bryant is the star in this year's class of receivers and tight ends. After that, the two draft gurus are less convinced than voters that some familiar names at wide receiver -- Golden Tate, Jordan Shipley and Mardy Gilyard -- will carry their college success into the professional ranks.
If it came down to it, would you rather secure the services of a great wide receiver or a great tight end?