'Dynamic' is a term up for debate and could mean different things to each of us. I commented earlier that Harvin was more dynamic than Boldin. To me, a dynamic athlete is one that can effectively contribute in many ways to the team. They have more ways to hurt the opposition. I didn't consider Randy Moss dynamic in his prime. He was explosive, dangerous, but not my definition of dynamic. In basketball, a dynamic player can score and also able to create offense for others. In hockey, a dynamic defensemen can lock his side down while also being able to jumpstart the offense.
A dynamic WR/RB/TE is one that can be utilized in many formations. AN offense can get the ball to him in many ways. It's not just the STs that set them apart either. It's the ways you can use him on offense. Boldin is slot or wide. Harvin is backfield handoff, slot, wide, isolate in the flats or go deep.
[ Edited by thl408 on Mar 18, 2013 at 10:23 PM ]