Suitable to TT's skillset? That's one of the all time great WRs you are comparing him to. Randy Moss is #1 all-time in my book but minimum top 3 of all time in any rational discussion of great wide outs to have ever suited up in the NFL.
And if you watch that video you linked you'll see that the Patriots moved Moss all over the field to take advantage of mismatches, including the SLOT. The scary thing about Randy Moss is not just his crazy athleticism but he could run every route in the book and make the defense look helpless to stop him.
Brady praised him as one of the smartest WRs he has ever played with. To put it simply, what made Randy Moss special is the fact that he was a 3-level receiver. He could hurt you anywhere whether it was in the short game, intermediate area, or going deep. There was no place on the football field where Moss couldn't burn the defense. Literally the phrase "You got MOSSED" was invented and coined just to describe what he was doing to defenders on a weekly basis.
A 4.28 40 indicates you have game-changing speed. But to get even close to the level of Randy Moss, TT's going to need to up his game about 1000% compared to the college level. That means being able to run ALL the routes, learning the various techniques of the position, being able to line up from ANY WR position, mastering all the subtle nuances of the WR game including creating decisive separation instantly, reading defenses, beating the press, manipulating defenders, then making the play when the ball gets into his hands.
To be fair, I don't think Baylor was a heavy passing offense, so Tyquan will need to pick up a lot of these techniques and concepts fresh, but maybe that's what BB wants - a fresh, moldable young player to turn into the next great New England WR. Let's hope he made the right pick this time around.