I was thinking about the players on our roster that so far have shown more potential than production, and I came to our WR core. As indicated by my title, I thought about who has more potential to improve this year between DHB and Brazill. Like many on this site, i was hoping for Hopkins in the first or Patton in the third/fourth, but that is moot now. Hence, i'm focusing upon what weapons we do have. In DHB, we have a workout warrior who was unfortunately drafted by the team occupying football purgatory. He showed flashes of greatness, but never progressed either due to his own lack of true skills or possibly poor coaching and QB play. He has the chance to prove that the latter was the reason. In Brazill, we have a late round pick who was drafted on potential, and he certainly showed flashes of that potential last season. DHB has been more productive, but you would expect that from an early round pick rather than a later rounder who was sitting behind more experienced/consistent receivers. My question is who you all think will improve more this season. DHB will probably be more productive in general, but Brazill could show greater improvement. Will DHB finally prove to be worth his draft stock, or will Brazill show something that will give the powers-that-be confidence that he can develop into a viable receiver?