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Though Brian Quick was not one of the highest rated wide receivers in this past draft class, he is definitely in the best position out of all rookie receivers.
Quick was taken in the second round by the St. Louis Rams and could very easily become the Rams go-to receiver. His main competition is Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson. That is not saying much considering the two of those receivers have only combined for eight touchdowns in their three-year careers.
If Quick wins the starting receiving job, it is not like he does not have a quarterback that can throw the ball. Although he struggled last season, Sam Bradford has shown flashes of becoming an adequate starting quarterback in the NFL. Just two seasons ago, Bradford was on pace to make wide receiver Mark Clayton a fantasy stud.
If a receiver like Clayton could put up big numbers with Bradford throwing him the ball, then Quick should have no problem either.