Yea, I'd like it. At the moment, Hunter at #14 seems like a reach but I fully believe in a year or two we'll look back and he will have been easily the best WR from this class. Next two picks improving the trenches is vital and solid picks at those spots (though if Hankins is there in the 2nd like the common perception seems to be right now I'd much prefer him). Finishing up with a couple secondary players with high ceilings is a good way to wrap it up. Jefferson was once thought to be the top Safety in this draft, so if he's there in the 6th he's well worth it.
For Hunter ya this is a huge reach, not just a small reach (5-10 spots, more like a whole round). Plus I don't want to look back 2 years from now and say this is a good pick, I want a player in the first game I can say dang I love this pick. Justin Hunter has good mesurables like everyone is saying and yes he's a good player, but with that first pick I want a Luke Kuechly, a Cam Newton, a Jon Beason, even a Sherod Martin (yes he was good for a rookie). Justin Hunter is none of those players specially at 14.
A Kenny Vaccaro, a Jonathan Cyprien, a Deandre Hopkins, a Tavon Austin (even though I don't think he fixes our problem), some one in there caliber not a second round pick in at 14. In other words pretty much surefire picks, not many red flags in college, if any at all.
But I like the rest of the picks such as Jesse Williams I believe he fixes a big hole, even though we haven't brung him in for a visit.