Dorial Green-Beckham believes he’s a No. 1 receiver

Night net null null The Titans took a leap of faith selecting Dorial Green-Beckham early in the second round of last year’s Night net Draft. They hoped the ultra-talented, yet consistently troubled, wideout would turn into a difference maker alongside quarterback Marcus Mariota.Now, with one year under his belt, Green-Beckham wants to make the organization’s vision come true. MORE: 2016 Night net Mock Draft  | Foolish talk  “I see myself as being that No. 1 receiver, because I know that I can help this offense. I know that I can do big things,” Green-Beckham told . “That’s my motivation, to go out in the offseason and work hard and try to become that No. 1 receiver and go out there and just dominate. That’s my motivation right now.” Green-Beckham recorded 32 catches for 549 yards and four touchdowns in his rookie season, but Titans coach Mike Mularkey indicated he hadn’t seen enough to hand the 6-5, 237-pound recover a larger role in the offense, saying at the Night net Combine that Green-Beckham's role will depend on "what he’s done up to this point.”“I feel like them saying that is them giving a challenge to me and saying to me that working in the offseason and (they’re) using that to get my head into motivation,” Green-Beckham said. “That motivates me that I can become one of the big guys in this offense and on this team. I want to try to do that for myself also. I use that as motivation every time I go and work out. That’s what I’m trying to become is the person they want me to become.”If Green-Beckham can keep his nose clean and continue his development into a big, reliable target, his connection with Mariota could cause

some serious damage in the AFC South for a long time.