Sorry it took me so long to respond.
1. Alshon to me has the most potential of any Receiver in this class, I do think he's worth a top 15 selection. I think he's a better prospect that Jon Baldwin coming out last year, he isn't as stiff as Baldwin when running routes or as Floyd for that matter. And Jeffery's deep ball skills are the best I've seen in a few years, Larry Fitzgerald like. Jeffery has gone up against guys like DeMarcus Milliner, Kareem Jackson, Brandon Boykin, Dre Kirkpatrick, Byron Maxwell and Alfonzo Dennard and has pretty much had his way with them. It's funny how I guy that "slow" always found away to get behind SEC defenses.
Last year when the SEC had AJ Green and Julio Jones in the Conference, Alshon Jeffery was the best Receiver. I expect him to run somewhere in the 4.50-4.58 range at South Carolina's pro day and I pray teams have the same opinion of him as some of the people on this board because if he's there at the start of the 2nd round, the Rams better be all over it, even if they did draft Blackmon in the first.
Not trying to take anything away from Floyd, I actually like him a lot I think him and Jeffery have more potential than Blackmon in this draft. Blackmon is just the safest pick at that position IMO.
2. I just think when talking about Sean Spence if he can play at 225-230 he's going to be a very good starting Weak-Side Linebacker. I absolutely love his instincts, and honestly don't think his weight is that much of an issue. He's a football player.
3. I'm just not sold on James, I think he'll be nothing more than a Mike Goodson type player at the next level. That's actually who I've been comparing him to for awhile.