I doubt anybody has forgotten that we have a few WRs we picked up mid-season last year that have yet to see much action, or have seen none at all on the field in a Jags' uniform, but just in case they have let me break it down, Alfie-style. (sort of)
The first video is an extremely biased cut up of Taylor Price while he was still in college, vs. Tennesee. He runs some nice routes and as the maker of the video (I'm presuming it's a big fan of Price's) points out, he suffers from some poor QB play this game.
I'm not Alfie, so I'll let you watch the catches and glean what you can from it.
The second video is biased as well, but I'm working with what I could find. It's a 2008 highlight tape of Brian Robiskie, who later was a 2nd round pick by the Browns. He makes some really athletic catches in this video, but unfortunately we don't get to see any of his mistakes like we do in the Price video.
There has been all kinds of debate about who we should draft at WR and who could make an immediate impact, possibly even earning a starting role off the bat. But with these two on the bench, I feel one of them could be poised for a breakout year with all of the attention of defenses focused on Robinson, Thomas, Lewis, and said draft pick.