he would be very hard to pass up in the 3rd as an eventual replacement for hines ward but i dont think he will last that long. he had an excellent combine, and many think his game will translate real well to the nfl. ive seen nothing that shows he has problems with running routes or bad hands and i love the way he takes care of his body, even using unorthadox methods. he shows alot of commitment to me. this is from an article talking about how sometimes the "other guy" in a college tandem often do better than thier highly touted counterpart when getting into the nfl. (think peter warrick vs. laverneus coles):
Anthony Gonzalez had the best three-cone drill among wideouts with a 6.54. He also had a 4.08 shuttle (tied for the best WR time) and a 4.44 in the 40. At Ohio State, he finished up with 87 receptions for 1,286 yards and 13 touchdowns. He also went through his entire college career without a fumble.