I think a big lesson was learned by many last season. Specifically those who disregarded a player due entirely to his height. I think there is another player in this draft that is being dismissed in much the same way. IMO- DangeRuss needs at least one more of his WR's that are elite playmakers to go along with and complement Percy Harvin. I would hope (with the 3-rd round pick, #87 overall), the Seahawks take a dynamic WR that can run clean routes and make a lot of clutch catches, like this guy.
Bailey can beat press coverage easily and is functional both in the slot or as a wideout. I could see him becoming RW's go to guy.http://www.rotoworld.com/headlines/cfb/ ... -td-or-1st
72 (63.15%) of West Virginia WR Stedman Bailey's 114 receptions in 2012 resulted in a first down or touchdown. (he led the NCAA (by far) in TD receptions with 25 last season). STATS Inc. calls these "clutch receptions," and Bailey leads the draft eligible receiver group on 148 targets. A favorite of Geno Smith in the red zone, Bailey has a knack for coming up with big catches in important situations. "We absolutely love his game and consider him a second-round talent"
Mike Mayock has said on multiple occasions that Bailey is the best route runner in this draft. So what if he's ONLY 5'-10", he gets the job done. He'd be a much better pick than just another tall, fast guy like Kris Durham (and that level of WR may be the very best that could be found in the mid to later rounds). IMO.