O.k. Deal. It's a bet. P.S: DeVonta Smith hasn't shown he can play all 3 positions equally well because he's now in the NFL and can you list me 5 #1 WR's on the outside who's only weighed 168 lbs? I can't (even Robby Anderson weighs 190lbs). Smith is listed as Philadelphia's slot receiver on their depth chart (because it's physically impossible to play outside WR in today's NFL as a stick figure @ only 168lbs). QB: Mac Jones (1st Round). RB: Najee Harris (1st Round). WR: Jaylen Waddle (1st Round). WR: John Metchie III (2022 guaranteed 1st Round pick). LT: Alex Leatherwood (1st Round). C: Landon Dickerson (1st Round). LG: Deonte Brown (6th Round). RT: Evan Neal (GUARANTEED 2022 1st Round draft pick). Are you kidding me? Get real man. De'Vonta Smith @ 168lbs was hidden behind an NFL Offense in College. It's easy to run routes and streak wide open when opposing NCAA defenses and secondaries are overwhelmed and don't know which future NFL 1st rounder to account for etc. If you had put De'Vonta Smith on Ole Mississippi's Offense last year? Where he wasn't surrounded by 8 other future NFL players? And only played 8 games? There is 0.00% chance (physically impossible) that DeVonta Smith would've (or could've) still ranked #2 in the Country in both Receptions and Receiving yards. What Elijah Moore did last year, to rank #2 in both Receptions and Receiving yards as (by far) Ole' Mississippi's only true Offensive Playmaking X-Factor was absolutely incredible (and WAY more impressive than De'Vonta Smith's season who was hidden/disguised behind 8 other NFL players against overwhelmed college Defenses).