Out of 10 guys you mentioned half (Ruggs, Jeudy, Ridley, Harry, Davis) had less than 500 yards last year. Brown and Mike Williams crossed 1000 yards finally in the 3d year, with first two so so years. Chase, Waddle, Moore looks to be sustainable stars, and they had higher draft profile than the guys in this draft. So yeah, there is a big difference between Deebo and Wilson/London when it comes to Zach's development this year. 2023 is not that far away. Deebo will still be on rookie contract this year, hitting high contract during the time you yourself said we need to peak, and before Zach is due for a major contract. Timing is perfect to get a really great WR. Help Zach develop faster AND get paid starting in 2023 while Zach is on a rookie deal. Again I point you to Allen, Murray, and now Burrow, who took a major leap when a major receiver joined the team. Unfortunately a rookie WR is unlikely to be a superstar right away, like Chase, and it might hinder Zach's development. Don't take me wrong, I think chances of getting Deebo are small, and I am hoping WR we get in the draft develops quickly. Looking at the evidence though it will probably take some time.