Last season, A.J. Green was the obvious choice to be the team's top receiver for the year.
However, Jordan Shipley was lost for the year early on, and Jerome Simpson really couldn't answer the call. That meant all the pressure was on Green.
While that worked out marvelously, it was obvious that he couldn't do it forever.
Enter draft picks Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones.
Sanu is likely going to enter the second receiver position, though he's probably cut out more for the slot. He's not that fast, but he's big and powerful. He'll sacrifice the body to make a catch and can bowl through defenders if need be. If he gets some targets, you can bet he'll make an impact; he accumulated more than 1,200 yards last season at Rutgers.
Marvin Jones is a little harder to peg. He's quite the opposite of Sanu, having a lot of speed, but not much power. For now, he'll probably settle for the fourth slot.
These two guys come with a lot of questions, but plenty of upside to be hopeful. They need to take some attention off Green because you can bet he'll be double-covered all 16 weeks.