Originally Posted by JCutlery
Exactly, but I'd rather have a #3 reciever who just so happens to be one of the best return men in the league..
Don't be fooled - he's not Hester. Ginn is a one-dimensional speed guy... even if it is a pretty impressive dimension. He doesn't have great moves / shiftiness and isn't going to break any tackles.
He's pretty raw as a receiver - routes, hands... these are things still undreamed of by little Ginny. I don't see him getting the separation in the NFL that he did in college without some decoy element (e.g. a reverse), as he is too reliant on his speed to outrun the coverage.
Could he develop into a great receiver? Possibly. Would a burn a first rounder to find out? I don't think so.