Chris Sullivan examines which wide receivers have been taken in the first round over the last few years. He breaks down the busts, the success stories and those that are still undecided.
Mike Sando adds to the debate in his mailbag section. He looks at the success of drafting receivers in the top five over the last few years and suggests it might be difficult for the Seahawks to trade down from the fourth overall pick.
Pete Prisco looks at an interesting scenario - what if the Cardinals had selected running back Adrian Peterson instead of offensive tackle Levi Brown in 2007?
William P Tomisser makes a case for drafting Ohio State corner back Malcolm Jenkins and discusses Seattle's frailties in pass defense.
Chad Reuter lists some prospects to keep an eye on at the Texas vs Nation all star game. He also suggests Chase Patton (QB, Missouri) could be the next Matt Cassel.
Todd McShay discusses his top five quarter backs. He ranks Mark Sanchez ahead of Matt Stafford and wasn't impressed with the crop of seniors at the Senior Bowl. McShay also reports on whose stock has gone up or down over the last week.
Matt McGuire writes about the 'mock draft myth'.
Aaron Weinburg from Next Season Sports looks at the difference between drafting an elite wide receiver or a dominant offensive tackle.