Originally Posted by raphael
I think the difference here is that Ansah is being hyped largely on the basis of upside and untapped potential, though. He has done practically nothing at the college level. If he was 19 or 20 and just off the boat from Ghana, then you might be inclined to roll the dice on the basis of big upside. Watkins, I think was a three or four year starter in college after playing the game for a number of years before he entered college. He was drafted with the expectation that he could step right in to an NFL lineup. Weeden as well. Ansah is described as "extremely raw".
Ansah is far more talented than Weeden and Watkins. Why you are comparing him to them in the first place, I don't know. Ansah is 23, not 26 or 28