There is no denying A.J. Green is a phenomenal wide receiver. At 6'4", 210-plus pounds, he's a hard target to miss on the football field.
He's not the quickest off the blocks, nor is he the fastest man on the field, but his ability to control his body in the air and make plays on any ball within three feet of his reach makes him a special player to have.
Furthermore, his lanky frame belies his overall strength because one would think he could be contained by bigger, more physical, defensive backs. However, whether double or triple-covered, he always manages to win the jump ball battle, despite any size advantage on the opposition's part.
He uses his hands extremely well when battling for position, and he excels at making the most difficult catches look elementary.
All things considered, it's easy for any Georgia Bulldog fan to say that Green is probably one of the best receivers Georgia has ever had—and that is saying a lot considering the Bulldogs history books house the SEC's all-time leading receiver in Terrence Edwards.
So, in just his junior season, where does Green rank among the all-time greats who've played at Georgia?