Just found this on ProFootballWeekly.....
Notes:Was a prep basketball standout in South Carolina and played only one season of football. Saw action in two games in 2007 before injuring his back and taking a medical redshirt. Returned to the field in '08 to make 23 catches for 496 yards (21.6-yard average) and nine touchdowns in 13 games. Started all 14 games at "Y" receiver in '09, recording 61-982-4 (16.1) in '09. Posted a team-leading 47-844-9 (18.0) in 13 contests (11 starts) in '10. Team captain needs 69 receptions, 802 yards and five touchdowns to become APSU's all-time leader in each category.
Evaluation:A former basketball and high-jump standout, Quick possesses intriguing length, athleticism, leaping ability and body control with natural receiving skills and a competitive temperament. Builds speed on open releases, is able to sink his hips and break off routes and is a confident hands catcher — tracks well, displays impressive hand-eye coordination and makes acrobatic grabs. Thrives in the air where he is aggressive and strong-handed, routinely posting up smaller defensive backs and taking throws off their helmets. Surprisingly strong and competitive after the catch and works hard to stalk-block. Has some concentration drops and could require patience grasping an NFL playbook but is coachable and has big upside in a West Coast system.
Extra emphasis on this sentence. Perfect to develop behind Morgan :D