A pattern seems to have emerged throughout the last few drafts, and that pattern is this: a receiver will be taken late in the draft out of a division 1-A school, and will find early success in the NFL.
Marques Colston, Austin Collie, Miles Austin...
It has happened year in and year out.
My own personal theory is that these players all had size, speed and raw talent that could be formed by a more talented coaching staff than their 1-A schools possessed.
This year, mark my words, that receiver is converted quarterback Joe Webb. At 6'2" he has the size, A forty time of 4.40 shows speed, and a vertical of 47" shows raw talent.