Great work again!
Personally, I still don't see Wayne surpassing everyone and being the #1 WR but even if he does, putting him as the #1 assumes some amount of risk over more established and consistent guys. I think I might still rank him about 3 or 4 spots lower.
Also for me, Boldin over Fitzgerald is a stretch. I'll admit that he's more consistent week over week and he could even end up with slightly more yardage than Fitz, but Fitz is the red zone target and he'll always have more TDs unless he gets hurt. I also have a hunch that Arizona's running game might see more emphasis this year.
I believe Darrell Jackson is going to be overrated this year (and yes, this might be the homer in me). His numbers extrapolate well but he's been injured and missed time the last two seasons. Furthermore, his turf toe still hasn't been completely healed and it's affecting his offseason training with his new team. I read somewhere recently that Arnaz Battle is taking the "flanker" role in the offseason workouts, which under Hostler's offense gets the majority of first looks. If that continues I don't think Jackson is going to be able to effectively take over that role mid-season on a new team. If
he can stay healthy and moves into that flanker role, he's probably going to overperform as he's going to see his share of TDs. Hopefully (well, if I draft him; otherwise I don't care) the dropsies won't come back to haunt him.
Steve Smith is working on reputation alone this year. Without a complimenting #2 WR he's going to see more double and triple teams (as you mentioned) which is going to eat into his production. Then again, who else is going to be in the top 6 WRs?
I like the Roy Williams pick. Hopefully Calvin Johnson will hurry up and sign, otherwise he might not immediately gel with the offense. Not that it matters too much as Roy dealth with double and triple teams last year too. Taking some of the pressure off him defensively can only help his numbers IMO. Also I think Martz will open up more of the playbook this year.
I also think Lee Evans might be justifiably ranked above both Colston and Driver, Moss and Burress are too high, and dead on with your analysis of Mark Clayton.
I don't mean to be negative on your work, just posting my opinion (and hoping for discussion). Again, great work on these!!!