Could it just be that Ashley worked the conditioning end of strength and conditioning? Maybe he got the advise to keep lean and speedy? Maybe that's one reason why he's leading the league in TD's over thirty out? Wr's typically chicken box anyways and just get in the way, which is often enough to spring their teammate. The idea that he'd stick his nose in there against Al Wilson says volumes more to me than his bench rep's. On the other hand, three sets of 8-10 at 225 is pretty darn impressive to me for a WR.
I'll also be happier if he learns to NOT block from behind.