Former Pittsburgh Steelers star Santonio Holmes understands more than most what it takes to be a top wide receiver in the NFL.
Holmes scored the winning touchdown as the Steelers clinched the 2008 Super Bowl and deservedly scooped the MVP award at the end of the game.
He went on to play for the New York Jets and Chicago Bears, before ending his nine-year NFL career with more than 6,000 receiving yards, 389 receptions and 36 touchdowns.
Holmes now pays a keen interest in the latest crop of wide receivers and is well-placed to give his verdict on their respective talents.
The 38-year-old’s undisputed number one is Deebo Samuel – a player whose efforts nearly fired the San Francisco to the Super Bowl last season.
With several key 49ers players suffering injuries, Samuel carried the team to an unlikely appearance in the NFC Championship game.
“The NFL is full speed, so for someone to be able to do what Deebo did, to play multiple positions, to shift the ball different ways in…
Source: Complete Sports