My hope is that McCluster's +4.5 40-yard dash time at the Combine will allow him to drop to the third round, where the Lions can snatch him up.
He has the ability to play in the slot as well as run the ball, which would help to solve two problems for the Lions. He would likely be the Lions' version of Percy Harvin...though he would have a slightly different role.
Most of Harvin's touchdowns came on long passes this season, but McCluster may lack the straight line speed to run go routes effectively. He would, however, be great in a Wes Welker-type role where he could use his quickness underneath to get open and be a security blanket for Matthew Stafford.
In addition, he could help in the backfield and give Maurice Morris a break while the team waits for Kevin Smith to get back from injury.
McCluster may not be the fastest guy, but his quickness, versatility, and toughness makes him worthy of this selection nonetheless.