Dropping to the middle of the first round probably would garner the Vikings another second-round pick and give them a choice of the second-best receiver available. That could be Ohio State's Ted Ginn Jr., who comes with 4.38 speed, return ability and raw receiver techniques; Tennessee's Robert Meachem, who comes with 6-2, 217-pound size, 4.39 speed and concerns about his consistency; Louisiana State's Dwayne Bowe, a 6-2, 221-pounder who comes with 4.4 speed and a concerns about his hands; or Southern California's Dwayne Jarrett, a tremendously productive college receiver (216 catches, 41 touchdowns) whose stock has dropped because of a 4.62 40-yard dash and character concerns.