Wide Receiver's are featured at the Combine today and week three of draft board construction addresses them. Discussion during Training Camp focused on the two skills required to be a good WR; do they get open, and when they do can they catch the ball? A third skill that is nice to have is blocking, or in the case of Tim Dwight who was not only the best blocker behind Givens, but also used his speed to run off CBs, clearing the run lanes or underneath passing lanes. It also helps if they don't take running plays off, Troy, Deion, and D-Giv all do a nice job of coming across the field to block upfield ahead of the runner. Yards after catch, either through making people miss or breaking tackles is another nice to have. Not to mention Special Team's skills. As in previous weeks, I'd appreciate knowing why you think a particular player fits in the Pats' system and where you dug up your information. The 2006 WR class is considered weak in comparison to past years, identifying receivers who can get the job done would seem to be critical for a team with only Branch, Johnson, and NFL Europe allotments on the roster.