I'm a huge OSU fan as most know. I was at Ginn's first game at OSU and just about every other home game. I personally think he's one of the most overrated players in the draft. He has great speed and good moves but he really hasn't shown me much else. He only has average hands (which have improved tremendously since his frosh year though) and his route running is ok (again, has shown improvement). Going with that I would say he's an end of the first day pick. But because he has shown an ability to make big plays and has some flash he's suddenly a first round pick after what Devon Hester did this year. I personally would take Anthony Gonzalez before Ginn because he's hard nosed and has good hands and is a good wide receiver. I just think Ginn is too fragile and will try too hard to make big plays and lose yards. In college, he could get away with reversing field and running all around. In the pro's, that won't fly. And sometimes his ability to field punts has been average as I have seen him drop quite a few the last several years.
Just my $.02, but I can't see Ginn being a first round talent. I think he could add something to the return game but I just absolutely cannot see him as a #1 receiver in the NFL. Shouldn't a first round pick be the type of guy you build an offense around? I think so and I can only see Ginn being the type of player you build a special teams unit around.