For weeks we've heard from the beat reporters that Leonard Hankerson has a higher ceiling than the rest of our wide receivers. They also report that he makes the circus catches, but misses the simple ones. On his notable preseason drops, he's had happy feet. He turns up the field and starts running again before securing the ball, so he doesn't secure the ball.
We've also seen the lamentably familiar problem of red zone stalls due to a lack of major playmakers. Pretty easy to see where I'm going with this. Why not keep the best athlete in our receiver corps on the field every time we're inside of 20? He's got decent size, complimented by a monstrous vertical and breakaway speed. Plays that put him in the end zone upon reception eliminate footwork focus problems (pop up, catch, let gravity handle the last bit) and we've got a physically gifted menace drawing heat from other friendly targets, especially Cooley (when he returns), who's good about getting open across the plane.
We've only seen preseason play, so this could already be the plan. They're putting everyone put through the paces, and it's been in the early series that we've actually driven all the way down field. By the time Hank gets in, the above scenarios haven't manifested. I'd be encouraged to see him come down with 6 against the Ravens. Hail.