Penn State's Derrick Williams was the first receiver off the board on Day 2.
The debate of how collegiate wide receivers translate to the NFL continued in this year's draft, and Day 2 of the 2009 showcase saw a myriad of potential playmakers come off the board among the nearly 200 players taken on Sunday in rounds 3-7.
Rounds 1 and 2 on Saturday saw nine wideouts selected among the first 64 players, including dual threat Pat White of West Virginia, and the debate kindled anew right out of the gate with the Raiders' surprising selection of Maryland wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey at No. 7.
Texas Tech's Michael Crabtree -- a two-time All-American and two-time Fred Biletnikoff Award winner -- was seen by many as the top wideout in this year's draft. Crabtree was taken three positions later by San Francisco with the 10th pick. continue>>