Lamb is a polished playmaker, with vice-grip hands who can do damage after the catch. The 6-foot-2 wideout was a big-play dynamo in college. He might not own burning speed but can play across the formation and his route-running ability is refined for a rookie.
In Dallas, Lamb immediately fills the void as a potential slot receiver replacing Randall Cobb. He's fearless running over the middle and was the top tackle-breaking wideout entering the draft. Far from merely a YAC demon, however, Lamb can go get the ball in tight coverage and get off press-man.
It doesn't hurt that Dallas scooped up Lamb ahead of receiver-needy division rival Eagles. Two birds, one stone, as they say.