He would be hard to pass up at 10, even though we have other needs. He'll probably be the BPA after the first couple of picks. The way I see it, if he stayed for another year at Tennessee, it's safe to say he would have a great year barring injury. So this time next year, CP would be the consensus #1 WR, and easily a top ten pick. So he is THAT player anyway. So why not take the man at 10? As much as I want Warmack, there is enough depth at OL and guard specifically to get a good one early in the second round. I don't see the D-Line as much of a need as a lot of people do. Casey and Wimbley are getting really good, and we have a lot of talented young guys like Klug, and hopefully Morgen will start living up to his draft stock. DBs are a huge need, but hey, we can't address everything in one draft. Drafting CP at 10 gives us an incredible and versatile playmaker, as well a target for Locker. Get the ball in his hands and he will make plays.. whether it be on end-arounds, or tosses, or even WR passes. Locker, CJ, Healthy Britt, Wright in the slot, and Cook could make for a nasty O! I'm not saying we absolutely need to go out and draft the man, I just want to hear some opinions on it.