Top 25 Rookie Rankings for Dynasty Drafts
Yes, the Blaine Gabbert factor is a concern, as is the former Oklahoma State star's penchant for finding his way onto police blotters. The yards after the catch, not so much. May ultimately be more Anquan Boldin than true elite receiver, but much to love.
Dynamic physical skills and playing opposite a dynamic receiver in Larry Fitzgerald equals tremendous opportunity. Now the former Golden Domer must take advantage of it.
Burner joins a crowded receiving unit where Kenny Britt remains the star attraction (when healthy and not suspended). Forming early connection with last year's No.1 Jake Locker, a connection that could light scoreboards for years to come.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pounder with speed has the physical tools, no doubt. Only concern is how quickly he learns to use them while making the steep transition from Appalachian State to the NFL.
Attribute the former South Carolina's ranking above other receivers drafted ahead of him to his situation. Jeffery could start opposite Brandon Marshall this season, meaning the 6-foot-4 target should receive single coverage in the red zone.
Hakeem Nicks has been banged up in recent years and the Giants have shown the ability to keep three wide receivers in the mix for fantasy value.
The true sleeper in the WR bunch, Givens hauled in 80 receptions last season at Wake Forest. The quality route-runner could start and is sneaky bet to lead the Rams in catches.
The starting slot opposite A.J. Green is wide open and Sanu is another receiver with the size and skill to make an impact as a rookie
Freaky physical talent, but raw skill set and the combination of Mark Sanchez/Tim Tebow at quarterback keeps his value in check.
A surprise first round selection, Jenkins faces a slow ride into fantasy worthiness playing in a system that is run-heavy and in a group with more proven or at least more intriguing potential.