I just think a lot of people make too many assumptions about "who goes where." Sanders ran routes from all over the field last year, and through his career, he's never been locked into lining up in one spot. I think people underestimate the versatility in recievers. Winning teams move their WRs around so they're not too predictable. Sanders is a moot point now, and at his age, maybe 8 million a year was too much. But I think running good routes, creating separation, and actually catching the ball are more important than fitting a predetermined description of an "X", "Z", or slot.
I say, thee, Yea! for resisting picking a QB
I say, thee, Yea! for picking multiple receivers in the draft
I just hope that Hamler doesn't turn out to be a Phillip Dorsett clone: an undersized, fast WR with questionable hands.
Good pick (for now)!