The 2013 season was basically a wash for Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin . He played in one regular-season game and two postseason games. He caught a grand total of five passes for 43 yards. Harvin also missed seven games in 2012 due to injury. A large red flag is tied to his fantasy stock due to his recent history, but, hey, at least Harvin is healthy right now. He said Tuesday, "This is probably the best I've felt since before college."
IF Harvin plays 16 games, he could be a top-15 fantasy wideout. He was being drafted as a WR1 last summer, and that's perfectly understandable considering his special athleticism and versatility, the Seahawks' need for a No. 1 receiver, and how heavily involved he would be in the game plan. But the dude just keeps breaking. Harvin has to be near the top of the list of greatest risk/reward wideouts this season. I think he should be drafted as a high-upside WR3. Then all you need to do is pray.