"I think expectations were heightened when he jumped up and was taken ahead of Michael Crabtree. I think Crabtree – in most people's minds – was going to be the crown jewel of that wide receiving class. And so when DHB went ahead of him, it fueled speculation that he was going to be the marquee wide receiver early in his career. I think the development he has gone through is typical of most wide receivers. He had to learn how to run pro routes, he had to learn how to adjust to the speed of the pro game, and sometimes when you're dealing with those things, you lose some confidence. I think early on in his career, he dropped a number of passes, and to me, that suggested that the kid had kind of lost some of that confidence that made him really, really good in college. He was very prolific at Maryland, and he was able to make a lot of big plays down the field for the Terrapins. But it takes a while to kind of find your groove in the NFL, and I think after three or four years, he has kind of settled into who he is as a player."