I really think, with the seemingly thorough research we've done for this draft at WR, that when our pick comes in the first, it will come down to overall grades put on by Gettleman.
I've liked Moncrief for a while. Kid is good. If we do go OT in the first, then him in the 2nd would make me happy.
If we DO double up on WRs in the first two rounds, expect that Gettleman told our distinguished OC that we're going to run more spread and he's going to like it or be fired. Only explanation.
I don't think adding talent at the wide-out position means we need to change our offensive scheme. There is nothing wrong with playing a clock-controlling offense, especially when you consider how valuable keeping our front 7 fresh is.
We can see a vast improvement in the offense even with our scheme. NOT dropping passes will be the first improvement. Beating DBs at the line will be the second - allows Cam a quick dump-off when defenses send the house. Overall playmaking ability will be third - our wideouts were pretty awful after the catch last year, having a guy or two who can turn a 5 yard catch into 15, 30 yards or even a TD will be plenty welcome.
Overall I don't see us switching to "air it out" offense even if we hit gold on receivers in the draft. We'll continue to take what the defenses give us and most likely go deep when we force the safeties to creep up a bit too far. Honestly I'd rather see us build upon what was successful last season than reinvent the wheel.