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Alshon Jeffery, Wide Receiver, South Carolina
*Redskins send 2012 first-round, third-round and 2013 first-round picks to St. Louis for pick No. 2
The St. Louis Rams are in a perfect position to send the No. 2 pick off to a team desperate for Robert Griffin III, receiving in return a bounty of picks to help reload a young roster in dire need of talent and speed.
With Brian Schottenheimer coming to St. Louis to run the offense there is an open book as to what the team will do offensively. Sam Bradford isn't known for his arm strength, but that's partly attributable to the fact he wasn't asked to be a downfield thrower in previous seasons and offenses. With Schottenheimer in town, Bradford can open up the offense and attack the deep levels of the field.
There is no better deep option in the 2012 class than Alshon Jeffery. Having played with a terrible quarterback at South Carolina, Jeffery was still able to make plays deep and in the red zone. He has been slightly inconsistent at times, which keeps him from being an elite prospect, but no wideout in this draft can touch his touchdown-scoring potential.