I remember Polian saying the three primary assets they looked for in a WR:
The ability to get open (speaks to route running)
The intelligence to adjust, when needed (i.e. breaking off a route, when there’s a blitz).
He also said speed was an important asset but it wasn’t the primary reason to draft a WR.
Of course, other things like consistency and blocking for the run game matters and perhaps there is a little more emphasis on speed, with the current regime, and a “team first” mentality.
There are question marks with this group (inexperience and staying healthy) but IF they live up to their potential, this could be the deepest WR group we’ve seen in a long time.