"He is a beast," cornerback Jason McCourty said of Green-Beckham, via the team's official website. "There's certain things you can't teach, and you can't teach a guy to be that big, and to be physical. With Dorial, it's just a matter of how fast can he learn it, and know it, so he can just go out there and play football. If he can get to the point where he can run free and be comfortable, he'll really start to develop more."
DGB's size is nearly identical to that of Calvin Johnson. The athletically gifted rookie will be a matchup nightmare for defenses if he can master the route running, something he's struggled with thus far. If he can stay on the field, he should be a large part of the Titans' red zone attack this season.
There are also the off-field concerns with Green-Beckham after multiple incidents in college. The rookie said his newborn son -- born June 30 -- has changed his outlook and motivated his recent focus on football.