Sometimes, the stuff you say literally shows everyone how little you actually know about this sport. You are regularly taking two situations which are NOWHERE near comparable, and just assume it happens again.
1st of all, 30 years old is when most receivers have some of their best seasons. 28-31 is probably the prime of most receivers careers. Second of all, here is the draft capital for OBJ’s class of receivers:
1.04 - Sammy Watkins
1.07 - Mike Evans
1.12 - OBJ
1.20 - Brandin Cooks
1.28 - Kelvin Benjamin
5 receivers taken in the top 30 picks. 4 of them taken before 1.24 which is where DJ moore, the first WR off the board was taken. That was a HISTORICALLY great season. Evans/OBJ are two of the best performing young receivers of ALL TIME. To think that the success there will be repeated by DJ Moore who i love, sutton who i love but was taken in the 2nd round with the 40th overall pick, is ludacris. Do you even watch the NFL or follow it at all?
All of those guys drafted in OBJs class walked into a starting WR1 role. They were drafted to be the lead receivers on their respective teams from day 1. That is not true for sutton. He was drafted, to sit behind DT and learn. Is it possible he overtakes DT? Sure, I guess anything in the NFL is possible. Is it likely? No. Don’t be a fool.