I see your point. You want someone that beats double coverage. Someone that can win a jump ball 90%of the time.....
His intelligence and hard work made him excel in the SEC. He was the one player that defenses planned against on Vanderbilt's football team. Planning against him obviously didn't work because he routinely had 100 yard receiving games. I think he has sneaky athleticism and he would surprise you. I think he would be a better pick up than Hakeem Nicks.
If we went the wide receiver route we could spend mid tier free agent dollars on a right tackle.
Matthew is as advertised -- smart, disciplined, consistent. Yeah, he's not a superstar talent waiting to bust out. That seems to be a reason I don't to draft him in the first. Jordan appears like he'll be a great #2. Yet, I'd still draft him if we had an extra second round pick.
If G-Man really likes the kid, then I say let's the roll the dice with him but I'm getting a sneaky feeling that G-Man is going to spot talent in a low-key name that's gonna leave half the Huddle cursing his name and the other half scratching their heads.