There's no doubt who was the best wide receiver in the NCAA and that was Michael Crabtree of Texas Tech. Who's probably got the most memorable catch of the year with his game winning catch against then number one Texas.
Crabtree has everything a NFL scout would want in a wide receiver excellent hands, runs his routes extremely well, blocks, and has the size to make an immediate impact on a team. He may have to add a little bit of muscle. He's 6'3 210 if he can get to 220 he's going to be solid.
He's not question going to be one of the first players selected in the draft. In almost every mock draft I've seen it's Crabtree going to the Seattle Seahawks.
Here's the thing if I were the Detroit Lions who get the first pick it would be a very difficult decision on who to take a number one Crabtree or Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford. In the end if I were the Lions I'd take Crabtree.
If I were the Lions I would try to make a trade to get another draft pick so they could take a quarterback later in the draft. Someone like Mark Sanchez, Josh Freeman, Curtis Painter, Graham Harrell, or Nate Davis who will go either in the second or third round.
Anyways I kind of went off topic here, but Crabtree to me is the best avaliable player in the draft. Crabtree only played two years and caught 231 passes for 3127 yards, a 13.3 average yards per catch, and caught 41 touchdowns in that span.
Too me he's the number one pick in the 2009 draft. He'll probably go within in the top five.