as the Ted Ginn Bandwagon Founder & CEO, you can't expect Ginn to snag poo out of the air and make crazy types of plays on the ball.
Hes a track star. With him, you know you are going to get a few drops but you are betting that the catches he does have are for long distances in crucial moments. So far his positive contribution has far outweighed his mistakes.
Im not sure if Ginn can play above the rim, thats the next part he'll have to learn after he's done learning all our routes and finished Ballin like Eighty-Nine 101 class.
He attacks with or without the ball and that is what I like to see most out of a wideout. He's got great nerves but his balance isnt as good as LaFell or Smitty's. He's not gonna fly around in the air, spinning and come down with two feet on the sideline. Right now I would say he just needs a little extra upper body and he's good to gofor us for what he is.
His hands could be better but I dont think thats the problem. His balance just doesnt look sharp enough to ever be a 1. Idk, could just be a coordination thing.