Originally Posted by joseephuss
I just don't see Ginn as a top ten guy. He still looks too raw as a receiver. Great, great athlete, but the receiving position has always been much more than just being an athlete. Sure he would be a nice add to a team, but to be a top ten pick. I think he is still a minor project.
I hope we draft Ginn
would give us a future long-ball threat to replace Glenn, and immediately add a spark as a PR