I think Jennings has the potential to stick here because of his ST ability. Reeves drafted 11 WRs during his time here, and only Quentin McCord, Jammi German, and Tim Dwight managed to stick for longer than a year or so. Because they were decent on ST.
I hated the Jennings pick at first, and still I don't expect it to be a favorite pick for me anytime soon, but it's not so bad. When I ran those stats (now lost to the abyss) about WRs and where they stack on the depth chart, I discovered that a player taken after Round 4, has about an 11% chance of becoming a No. 1, 2, or 3 receiver. For a 6th rounder specifically, it was a 3% chance.
So in that view it makes sense that if you're drafting WRs on the 2nd day, that you should factor in ST potential a lot higher than offensive potential, because only about 28% of the WRs currently in this league (that are in the Top 3 on their depth chart and thus likely to contribute offensively) were not 1st day draft selections.
I guess another beef with the Jennings pick is that he looks so similar to so many other WRs we've drafted in the Reeves era like Dunbar, McCord, Menendez, Sutherland, etc.
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