A great wide receiver is like a perfectly placed toupee.
When used correctly, they can mask some of an offense's most glaring imperfections.
While there are a number of successful players at the position, none in the entire country have done it better than Georgia's A.J. Green—hands down the most effective weapon on the Bulldog's offense.
Despite missing a large majority of the final five games of the season a year ago, Green posted 53 receptions for 808 yards and six touchdowns.
It should be noted, as well, that these receptions were made despite being thrown by one of the SEC's least effective quarterbacks.
In any great wide receiver, there are a number of characteristics that translate into success on the field.
The following are a few of those characteristics, specific to Green, that have helped make him one of the most dangerous weapons in college football.