I like Millner, but I don't like him like that. I don't see an elite shut down guy at the next level. I see a very good all around CB. 1st RD? Def. Top 10? Not for me.
In terms of the shape of this draft, I see guys who can become #1 WR's in rounds 2 and 3. To get a stud DE, though, you're probably going to have to get one in the 1st.
Top 10 , no order - Winston, Gurley, Cooper, White, Scherff, Beasley, Dupree, Gregory, Williams, and Davis.
It's a lot easier to find quality WR than shut down corners. I'd take the corner then come back after WRs.
Personally I would go
1st - DE - Werner will be a freak in the pros and a great book end to Wake - and Vernon once Wake moves on.
2nd - WR
2nd - CB
3rd - WR
3rd - OG
4th - TE - No. 11 - Toilolo from Standford - if not available, I'd go, bizarrely No 11 from Standford - LB - S. Skov
Haven't seen enough yet to say who I'd select 2nd and 3rd rounds.
I can see R. Woods falling to the 2nd, and if he gets right, I can see him looking something like a R. Wayne (speaking of potential here).
I believe I've read people here compare S. Bailey to Steve Smith (Carolina), and I think that's a pretty good one. He plays with a lot of power and balance - to go along with his speed and quickness.
I've only watched a quarter of Tennessee this season (and I believe Q. Patton scored a TD in that quarter), but everything I do read about him is extremely positive.