I know it is entirely too early to judge Price -- he has seldom shown himself on Sundays. But it is not too early to start thinking of the opportunity cost of this pick. In other words, were there other WRs on the board who have played for their teams at a high level (without being exhaustive): -- Mike Williams taken in round 4 by Tampa, 11 spots behind Price. Already a star receiver on the team. But we heard he had "character issues". Today, Mike Williams was arrested under suspicion of DUI. So? -- Riley Cooper taken by Eagles -- in round 5 , 159th player picked. Has performed well. -- Seyi Ajirotutu -- UDFA, who has come off the practice squad for the Chargers to catch every ball thrown his way and probably played himself into a gameday role. Of course, Price reported to camp late because of Ohio's late finals. He missed minicamps and he probably had to wait for reps behind Moss and now Branch. Price needs a chance to show he can be a field-stretcher, which he can only do if he can play. Nothing like being tossed into the long end of the swimming pool to discover how good you are. Yet, that almost never happens in NE. Players are always eased in. But how will Belichick know what he has in Price if he never gets a chance to play. What do you think?