The 2010 group of receivers are as deep as they come, but many of them also come with a lot of baggage.
Dez Bryant—the consensus No. 1 rated receiver—is a guy I am not sold on. He has a lot of attitude problems, and from the tapes I have watched, has a tendency to drop the ball and take plays off.
Still, Dez Bryant is not the whole class, and their are many more talented players.
Golden Tate has proven to be one of these solid players.
He showed up at the combine in great shape, and he looks to be one of the safest picks in the entire draft.
Other players like Arrelious Benn, Demariyus Thomas, Brandon Lafell, and Mike Williams have a ton of upside, and could become big NFL players.
Where this class really takes off is in the later rounds.
Speed demons like Jacoby Ford, Taylor Price, and Carlton Mitchell should be steals in the later rounds, and could potentially impact the league immediately.