Completely agree. A lot of times when players run that blazing 40 time or seem to fit the jitterbug mold, they find themselves tripping over their own feet or simply play a step ahead of the game (i.e. ignoring ones blockers and trying to force plays where there are none).
But Braxton has at least an extra year of experience on just about everyone in this draft class and that combined with all of the overtime he's spent learning the ins and outs of the sport I am convinced he is one of the most equipped players to make an impact on the League. He is truly a pupil of the game and his dedication shows with all the extra time he puts in during the offseason with the likes of George Whitfield while he was a QB as well as his secret sessions with Coach Smith/Michael Thomas in his attempt to make the QB-WR metamorphosis.
The heart, mind, and physical traits are all there. In my eyes he's a sure thing and someone will be glad they took the chance on his lack of statistical production because this kid was born to ball.