Everyone understands that CJ's first three years were relatively unremarkable. Had he been consistently productive for 3-4 years, then he wouldn't have been available at #24. In fact, had that happened, he wouldn't have been available at #10. But the fact is, he was a late bloomer, due in large part to injuries and a coaching carousel at ECU.....and because he was a late bloomer, his draft stock was considerably lower than it would have been otherwise. I do find it rather interesting that critics have to go back 2+ years to find numbers that support their argument. Nobody is predicting that CJ will be the next LT or Walter Payton. Nobody has even predicted that he'll win OROY. We're simply excited because he has a remarkable skill set, a great deal of versatility, and he has the fastest timed speed of any player in the NFL. Nothing is guaranteed, but there's ample reason to believe these skills will translate to the NFL; we're simply expressing our optimism.