Lacks a special second gear to be a home run threat
A little sluggish coming in/out of breaks
Summary: Baldwin brings enough to the table to be viewed as a No. 1 receiver in the NFL, but
I don't see him being an elite receiver because he seems to lack the speed and route running (unless
this develops in time). Baldwin is a consistent possession receiver who moves the chains and is a difficult
cover due to his size and talent. I have a first-round grade on Baldwin going into the 2011 season and his
name should be called in the top 30 picks when it's all said and done.
Player Comparison: Brandon Marshall. Marshall has slightly better speed than Baldwin, but both
are fearless, consistent possession receivers.
I like your write up on Trubisky. I also like the gutsy move of Mahomes at #2 especially with Garrett on the board. However, there are glaring mistakes elsewhere. No way, the Saints draft a RB in 1st round after paying Peterson to be the primary back up to Ingram. Plus, they desperately need talent on the defensive side of the ball. Also, the Browns 2nd pick wouldn't be a rush OLB when they are converting to a base 4-3 and have Jamie Collins at the Sam.