Compare him to someone who he shares a physical nature to, the one and only Calvin Johnson, who was a struggling highly-drafted rookie in 2007.
Some don't remember the rookies season for Calvin Johnson, but the word "Bust" was used often for the superstar, mostly because he couldn't catch a cold in his first season
His hands didn't work too good, back in da day.
But the next year, he turned it around, with over 75 recs and over 1000 yards, and he's never looked back. Same thing happened to Keyshawn Johnson when he came to the Jets.
Between Sanchez, Sparano, a defensive HC, and Team Turmoil, it can't be easy for a rookie WR, from a small football school, to come to the world's biggest market, and play well right out of the box.
I think a good QB, another OC, and some time will pay dividends for the noob. He has raw talent up the wazoo. But he certainly doesn't have the environment to develop it.
I think he becomes a stud, if he gets the NFL training he needs.
Cris Carter runs an off-season training program for NFL wideouts. He would be wise to get up on that.
God forbid, a strong WR mentor and leader next year to play and help him grow......
Edited by BlackDynamite, 24 November 2012 - 12:39 AM.