U made the pudding but forgot the proof.
I'm not sure you can have a discussion about the potential starters at WR without at least mentioning who is getting them the ball... As of right now that is Chad P... He is not the kind of QB that can really utilize deep threats, he needs guys who can create seperation in 10 yards not 40. So if we keep 6:
Cam, Bess, Ginn: Locks.
Turner: I have to think Pennington is as excited about this kid as much as we are. I think Chad's accuracy coupled with this kid's size and polish at this point make for a pretty exciting combination. Remember it is Pennington's accuracy that can take the pressure off receivers without REAL speed...Look for Chad to make this kid look GOOD. We needed this dimension very badly.
Hartline: Another guy that can flourish in a Chad P system. Durable underneath and sure handed... His high selection and ability to play on special teams allow him to crack the lineup.
Armstrong: Last year in preseason he had excellent chemistry with Henne. I expect the same this year. With a strong armed Henne under center Ginn and Armstrong would really press opposing CB tandems with all that speed. Unfortuntely with Chad that skill overlap works against us as stretching the field is not a Pennington strong suit. A little too much of a Ginn clone to be fully utilized in a Pennington run offense IMO. Can he return kicks???
London: This guy is the perfect backup to ALL those mentioned. He has size to complement/replace Turner... Some speed and can play special teams...
If I was making the choice TODAY... Before camp... I would take London because of his versatility to fill in for and compliment the others. I LOVE Armstrong and if Henne was under center I would take him over London... But since it is Chad P I think that we could use London's size a little more. JMO.