I know you weren't bashing him. I just felt the need to defend him. I've had 3 serious knee injuries, twice to one knee, and once to the other (not nearly as bad as him though) so i kinda know what he went through. My knee buckles a lot now guys, and it frikin' sucks. Thought i would give you some justification to my post. Also, regarding your post, i generally agree. but its also much harder to rank little school guys, b/c there are so many x-factors. for example, the system they play in, is it limiting them. Usually their QBs aren't that good, so how good would the receiver be had he had someone better throwing to him. Was the line not blocking long enough for the QB to get the ball out consistently? And so on... With regards to Calico, from what i saw before his first knee injury in his first year, I saw enough to believe he would have out played Mason in his 2nd or 3rd year for the #1 spot and been a star with McNair. He was going to join the starting lineup (replacing i think Cotchery at the time) with that mean OL we had, Wycheck as TE, opposite Mason, with Eddie pounding away. Throw in the fact that Mason was the little/quick guy (also a possession receiver) and Ty would have filled the more big/physical receiver role (jump balls/end zone target/etc...), and it looked good, real good. Ahhh TIME MACHINE!!!!