Lacks a special second gear to be a home run threat
A little sluggish coming in/out of breaks
Summary: Baldwin brings enough to the table to be viewed as a No. 1 receiver in the NFL, but
I don't see him being an elite receiver because he seems to lack the speed and route running (unless
this develops in time). Baldwin is a consistent possession receiver who moves the chains and is a difficult
cover due to his size and talent. I have a first-round grade on Baldwin going into the 2011 season and his
name should be called in the top 30 picks when it's all said and done.
Player Comparison: Brandon Marshall. Marshall has slightly better speed than Baldwin, but both
are fearless, consistent possession receivers.
charlie, you have a little more sense than walt does, having the browns taking the best - BY FAR, AND IT'S NOT EVEN CLOSE - prospect at #1 overall in miles garrett. but deshon kizer as the 2nd overall pick is a joke. he barely held on to his starting job this year - as a COLLEGE player. he's a developmental 2nd round pick at best.