We saw what Ted Ginn Jr. can do on the first play of the BCS National Championship game and we saw what Ohio State could not do without him on every play thereafter. The value of the big-play receiver and kick returner was on full display that night in Glendale, Arizona, and next season it will be on display on Sundays. Ginn (6-0, 180 pounds) has decent size, but it's his second-to-none speed that has NFL teams hot on his trail. Ginn can be thrust immediately into the starting kick and punt returner role for whoever selects him, so that greatly enhances his value (could someone be getting the next Devin Hester?). He will most likely never be a 100-catch kind of wideout, but Ginn's potential to go all the way every time he touches the ball is undeniable. Because of that, he will be the second or third WR selected in the draft, probably just outside the top 10.