Writing off Robert Woods because he plays for USC is shortsighted at best. He's a completely different player than Dwayne Jarrett or Keary Colbert and is still playing well despite an ankle injury that's lingered all season. His skill set absolutely translates to the NFL and he could step in immediately as our no. 2 and eventually grow into a no. 1. I guess it works against him that his teammate is possibly an even better prospect than he is.
That said, wouldn't take any WR in this draft in the top five or maybe ten. There are about three or four that are really good, just don't look at them as AJ Green good.
what you call short sighted I call foresight. I if it was only those 2 I could see your point but it's a long line of the Dismal failures. Stay away from FSU defensive ends and wide receivers from USC.