I mean, Junior still has a ways to go, and needs to notch a triple coverage end zone grab for true emulation, but the relationship of QB to incredible leaping and bacon saving WR is definitely there in parallel.
Now I don't expect the Michigan Marketing Machine to take Junior's measureables and compare then to a two-car garage like the Monday Night Football did for Megatron. But I'm pretty sure Denard learned a valuable lesson about the difference between Junior jumping up in double coverage and Gallon doing it at the ND game. Single coverage on Roy or Gallon? go for it, double? better make sure it's Junior.