4 Coby FLEENER
AFTER DRAFTING Andrew Luck, the Colts spent their next two picks on tight ends, and coach Chuck Pagano has stated his intention to use both Fleener and Dwayne Allen (out of Clemson) frequently. He'll need to because Indy has few proven pass catchers. Fleener's connection with Luck (they teamed together at Stanford) should help him contribute immediately.
5 Justin BLACKMON
JACKSONVILLE, WHICH ranked last in passing in 2011, brought in Blackmon to be the playmaker it needs. The explosive All-America teams with freshly acquired Laurent Robinson to give the Jags an improved receiving corps. The biggest concern about Blackmon might be his quarterback: If Blaine Gabbert doesn't improve in year two, Blackmon's value will suffer.
6 Michael FLOYD
PLAYING NEXT to Larry Fitzgerald never hurts anyone's value, and Floyd comes into the NFL rated higher than Fitz's old running mates Anquan Boldin and Steve Breaston did. At 6' 3" and 220 pounds, Floyd gives Arizona another big red zone target. Scouts praise him for his toughness, and if he sheds some off-the-field immaturity, he'll have an immediate impact.
7 Robert GRIFFIN III