Kelvin Benjamin should be drafted in the first round of the NFL draft and I expect that he will. I'm not paying much attention to the debate over whether he skipped a workout or not. As with the Jameis Winston, and his instances of youthful ignorance, there are so many layers to a story that you'll never be able to know all the facts.
Statistically, Rashad Greene is a better receiver than Benjamin. I'd argue that Greene is more focused and driven than Benjamin as well. But Bejamin has size and as the old axiom goes, you just can't teach size.
Benjamin's career at FSU was up and down. He was a prospect the second he stepped on campus and the coaches deserve a lot of credit for molding him into a NFL-ready prospect. A lot of people weren't sure whether he'd make it this far.
But if you're wondering whether he is a credible prospect or not, look no further than the FSU-UF game tape. Against a defense that failed to live up to its talent level for much of the season, Benjamin played his best when they played their best. Benjamin has a way of rising to the occasion. Going to the pros is the best thing he can do because there is no such thing as taking off plays in the NFL. Sure, you can do it, but you risk your entire livelihood at that point.