I assume you're talking about Gibson. I didn't get to watch as much UGA football as I hoped this year, but Gibson is an intriguing talent. But most of what I hear is that he's an underachiever and has issues like you mentioned.
I would tend to agree with that because talent-wise, Gibson should have been mentioned in the same breath as guys like Fitzgerald, Roy Williams, Braylon Edwards, Mike Williams, etc. the past two years, but he really hasn't been.
Gibson, who finished his career at Georgia with nearly 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns, will be interviewed by the Atlanta Falcons in Mobile this week. Gibson is one of two Georgia receivers on the Senior Bowlâ€™s South roster. Gibson is being projected anywhere from a very late first round pick to a more likely second or third round pick.
Atlanta drafted Ohio Stateâ€™s Michael Jenkins last season. He is currently behind Dez White at the X wide receiver spot for the Falcons. Brian Finneran is backing up Peerless Price at the Z spot. Atlanta ranked 30th out of 32 teams in pass offense last season.
Gibsonâ€™s career at Georgia was an up and down one. He started off with a bang his freshman season in Athens with 772 yards and six touchdowns. The following two seasons he failed to surpass that amount as he dealt with injures.
His senior season was probably his most compete as he scored seven touchdowns and had over 800 yards in receptions.
The number one question about Gibson is his durability at the next level. Although he is tall he does not weight more than 200 pounds. His hands have the potential to be excellent â€“ although he has been criticized for dropping catchable balls at critical times in games. Gibson has a knack of making amazing catches. The two seasons he was not hurt where his best two. Gibson was also a kickoff return specialist in college until his senior season.
Scout.comâ€™s team of experts in Mobile have been positive about Gibson. In todayâ€™s practice he was used as a kickoff return man.