Brian Quick was the first pick in the second round of the 2012 NFL draft (No. 33 overall). As soon as that card was turned in, like it or not, Quick became a man with high expectations thrust upon him.
It's been a long time since St. Louis had a great wide receiver.
The Rams front office has tried to fill the void left by Torry Holt and Issac Bruce. The team drafted Donnie Avery and Mardy Gilyard, traded for Mark Clayton and signed Mike Sims-Walker, drafted Keenan Burton and scooped up undrafted free agents Danny Amendola, Brandon Gibson and Danario Alexander, drafted Austin Pettis and Greg Salas, then traded for Brandon Lloyd...
The Rams have a lot of swings and a lot of misses in the search for the next great Rams receiver.
So step right up, Brian Quick. You're the next contestant in the "Sam Bradford desperately needs an elite receiver to throw to" saga.
Today, I'm going to scour the web for scouting information on Quick, and I'm going to try to compare him to another receiver in the NFL.