If you remember, Philbin's prototypical WR is between 6ft, and 6'2", about 185-220 pounds; runs between 4.2- 4.7 40.
Our best bet this draft to get the kind of receiver we need will be in the third round and his name is Tavarres King out of Georgia.
If you watched the Senior Bowl practices, you'd notice this kids a stud who got consistent seperation with great routes, and caught everything thrown his way.
Here's his full profile: http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings...2013&genpos=WR
The beauty of this pick is, we can use our top picks to sure up DB, and if we don't resign Jake, we can maybe take this kid out of Oklahoma: http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings...2013&genpos=OT If he slides to the second....
freeing us up to take the biggest impact player in the first round possible, either pass rusher, or cover corner.
Lane Johnson is at least a Top 20 pick and will be the 2nd or third tackle off the board behind Joeckel and then Fisher. There is no way he slides to Round 2 unless he Kindles his way down a flight of stairs.
I'd take Patterson in R1 and then either Wheaton or Patton with our 2B or 3A pick. Also, I would not sign a wr in free agency instead using the money to keep our own guys and bring in a starting caliber DB.
So we should skip over Keenan Allen, C. Patterson, and Stedman Bailey and only focus on this one wide receiver out of Georgia?
Lol there are alot of WR that fit your exact description so I am not sure why this guy is the ONLY ONE we should draft. Ill give you another example:
Anyway, good eye on Tavarres King there. He looks like a solid pickup along with Wheaton. Sounds like a good kid that'll interview well too.