April 3: Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio St.
April 4: Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
April 5: Charles Johnson, DE, Georgia
April 8: Steve Smith, WR, USC
April 10: Brandon Meriweather, S, Miami
April 18: Jason Hill, WR, Washington St.
You like speed? You like blinding, "get out the peanut butter because that corner just got toasted" speed? Then you'll probably like Jason Hill, a 6 foot. 210 lb senior from Washington St. and his 4.32 forty. The only player in the draft with a better time was Ted Ginn, Jr. But like all speedsters, there are some questions.
Hill has a lot going for him aside from his unreal forty time. He is a solid route runner, one that doesn't allow defensive backs to bump him off his route. And his production looks even more impressive when you consider that Washington State's quarterbacks were awful. His hands are good and he has a nose for the end zone, scoring double digit touchdowns his sophomore and junior years.
It's those questions, as well as the availability of better receivers in the second round that drops Hill in my rankings. The fact that the type of receiver Hill will be is still up in the air should be enough to keep the Vikings away, especially since they should be able to get a much better version of Hill, whether he ends up as a possession receiver or a deep threat.