I looked at last years WR depth chart, and OSU didn't have a WR taller than 6'2" (E. Spencer, M. Thomas). None of the incoming athletes are that tall either. The focus seems to be on blazing speed/agility and YAC.
Are any of the current TE's able to move outside to be the Calvin Johnson type of player that can be the red zone threat for a jump ball? Are there any good prospects left with height and speed that could fit the bill? I'm thinking of the type of player who fits the 6' 4", 200 lb., sub-4.50 mold. The NFL is abundant with these types of elite WR's (Megatron @ 6'-5", Marquis Colston @ 6'-4", Julio Jones @ 6'-3", A.J. Green @ 6'-4", Brandon Marshall @ 6'-4", etc.)
My thought is that Braxton would benefit from a go-to guy in short yardage and red-zone areas where he could put the ball up in a one-on-one situation against a smaller safety or DB and be successful.