However, the major difference between Josh Gordon and current elite NFL wide receivers is his attitude.
The Baylor alumni is not an outspoken egomaniac like so many before him but is openly thankful for the opportunity Cleveland has given him.
This is why No. 13 will be the next great one.
Gordon had been written off by 31 other teams as not being worth the trouble despite his immense skill set, and it was the Browns who stepped up to select him.
No one has more to prove than Gordon who has stated in several interviews that he will be forever grateful to the Browns and the city of Cleveland for giving him his shot at the big time.
A focused man with a chip on his shoulder and endless motivation makes for a dangerous weapon.
Having the creative mind of Brad Childress as offensive coordinator to allow Gordon to take the necessary baby steps that led to his stellar Week 5 performance is a key factor often overlooked.
Look at Gordon's standout game versus the Giants.
His two receptions for a total of 82 yards both went for touchdowns and came at clutch moments, showing he has a nose for the end zone. Most important statistic was he had no dropped passes.
Cleveland's game plan gave Gordon simple routes to run and was meant to not overwhelm the 21-year-old. The fact that he followed direction and executed with such grace and style is extremely encouraging.
The great ones always make it look easy.
A gradually increasing set of responsibilities with resulting successes builds confidence, which Gordon will certainly need when called upon more often this Sunday as injuries to fellow receivers Mohamed Massaquoi, Travis Benjamin and Jordan Norwood add up.
Highlight-reel receptions will certainly have Week 6 division rival, the Cincinnati Bengals, putting a direct spotlight on Gordon.
His progression has been deliberate and well planned, and there is no reason to believe that Gordon will not rise to the occasion as a reliable No. 1 target for Brandon Weeden.
Gordon combines the best of Randy Moss and Terrell Owens with his own twist of talent. In the not too distant future he will stand alongside the league's best as analysts ask the question: "What first-year wideout will be the next Josh Gordon?"
Football fans take note. The best wide receiver in the NFL is emerging right before your eyes.