Dynasty WR's

We take a look at the Top Keeper/Dynasty Wide Receivers for a 3 year outlook, taking into account skill, scheme fit, organizational consistency, surrounding cast and, yes of course, age. The indicated age of the player is how old the player will be entering next season. Dominant your Fantasy Football leagues but using our Top WR Dynasty and Keeper Rankings. Updated: Apr. 14/16

1. Odell Beckham Jr., NYG - Age 24

Through his first two years in the league, Beckham has averaged more than one hundred receiving yards per game and has scored 25 touchdowns in just 27 games. He's clearly Eli Manning's favorite target, and that isn't going to change. Still just 23 years old, we saw him struggle to keep, an ultimately lose his composure against Panthers All Pro cornerback, Josh Norman. Expect teams to try to get in his head a bit after seeing him blow up last year. It's the closest anyone has come to stopping him since he got to the NFL. Also note that the coaching change should have little impact, as Ben McAdoo takes over for Tom Coughlin, and he's been the one calling plays since Beckham entered the league.

2. Antonio Brown, PIT - Age 29

Ben Roethlisberger's favorite target in the high-flying Steelers passing attack, Brown is locked into No. 1 receiver status for as long as Ben is around. It's worth noting that he struggled at times with backups Michael Vick and Landry Jones under center, but few QB-WR combos have the chemistry of Big Ben and Brown. His receptions and yardage have both increased year after year for the past 3 seasons, as he ended 2015 with an impressive 136-1834-10 line. Entering his age 28 season the diminutive speedster should continue to be an elite receiver, carving up defenses on a weekly basis for at least the next few seasons.

3. Julio Jones, ATL - Age 28 Injury Update

Jones started 2015 off with a bang and through the first few weeks he was on an historic receiving pace. While he eventually cooled, his 136-1871-8 stat line for the season was among the best in the NFL. Concerns about a foot issue earlier in his career have been somewhat put to rest by the fact that Jones has missed just one game over the past two seasons. He's the focal point of this Atlanta offense and his freak combination of size and speed make him one of the most difficult in the league to defend. Jones is heading into his age 27 season, and high on the Falcons priority list is finding Roddy White's replacement to take some of the pressure off Jones in the passing game.

4. Mike Evans, TB - Age 24

After a strong rookie campaign in which Evans caught a dozen touchdown passes, there was bound to be some level of regression in that department in 2015. But no one expected him to fall all the way down to a measly 3 trips to the end zone last season. While his rookie quarterback was certainly part of the equation, Evans also led the NFL in dropped passes. Still, he showed that he's capable of being a No. 1 receiver, as veteran Vincent Jackson missed six games with injuries and doesn't pose the same threat to defenses that he used to. In each of his first two NFL seasons Evans has posted more than a thousand receiving yards, and his combination of size and athleticism leads to weekly mismatches. He'll turn just 23 before the start of the season and if he can get the drops figured out he's just scratching the surface.

5. Amari Cooper, OAK - Age 23

The first receiver taken in last year's draft, Cooper didn't disappoint in his rookie season. In fact, he emerged early as a favorite target of budding franchise quarterback, Derek Carr. But after a strong first half that had him on pace for over 1300 yards, Cooper struggled in the second half, particularly in the last month. It's safe to chalk that up to a foot injury that Cooper tried to play through, as he pretty clearly looks like he's poised to be the franchise receiver of the future for a team with an up and coming young offense.

6. A.J. Green, CIN - Age 29

Green is coming off a strong 2015 season after injuries plagued his 2014 campaign. Still just 27, he's the go-to wide receiver in the Bengal offense. The emergence of Tyler Eifert last season certainly helped open things up for Green, but it also led to some inconsistency, as Marvin Jones turned in a strong season as well. Jones is now gone, as is slot receiver Mohamed Sanu. Brandon LaFell will serve as the complimentry piece to Green for the time being with rookie Tyler Boyd also clamoring for that job.

7. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU - Age 25

Hopkins enjoyed a breakout campaign in his second season, solidifying himself as a true WR1 in all fantasy formats. There isn't much competition for targets in Houston and Hopkins ranks as option 1A and 1B in the Texans passing game. Assuming Brock Osweiler is as good as the contract he just got from Houston, he, along with the presence of newly signed running back, Lamar Miller should really open things up downfield for "Nuke" to work. As good as 2015 was, the future could be even brighter.

8. Michael Thomas, NWO - Age 23

Although he didn't run as fast as many expected at the combine, Thomas is a talented receiver who may have the most complete athletic skill set in this class. He has prototypical NFL size for a receiver and he catches the ball well, which makes him an ideal fit in a Saints offense devoid of any real size. He is still extremely raw and will need to improve his route running and technique, but should benefit immensely from playing with Drew Brees. Even with Brees getting up there in age, Thomas has big upside in dynasty formats if he puts it all together. He adds a dimension to the Saints offense that's gone missing with Colston's age and the trade of Jimmy Graham last offseason.

9. T.Y. Hilton, IND - Age 27

Hilton suffered a down 2015 when compared to the breakout 2014 campaign that led to his long-term contract extension with the Colts. To be fair, starter, Andrew Luck was sidelined for more than half the season. And while Hilton did manage to put together a productive year, the fall off at quarterback position undoubtedly played a role in his dip. Still just 26 years old, Hilton is going to see increased competition for targets as both Phillip Dorsett and Donte Moncrief are emerging as capable young receivers and should carve out significant roles in this offense. Hilton's touchdowns should rise in the near term with a healthy Luck under center, but expect some pressure on his target volume with all the weapons in this offense.

10. Allen Robinson, JAX - Age 24

After a rookie season in which he was limited at times by injuries and inexperience, Robinson exploded onto the scene last season. Given his perceived value heading into the season, a final 2015 stat line of 80-1400-14 was like finding a golden ticket for fantasy owners. It's become clear that the Jags are going to let Blake Bortles air it out each week, and there is no shortage of weapons at his disposal. Robinson is at the top of that list, and offers elite athleticism for a receiver his size. His big play and red zone ability are evident and he'll turn just 23 befor the start of the season.

11. Dez Bryant, DAL - Age 28

After three monster seasons, Bryant, like many of the 2015 Cowboys, suffered an injury that cost him a significant amount of playing time. He and starting quarterback, Tony Romo rarely were healthy at the same time and the result was a lost season for the stud receiver. After foot and ankle surgeries this offseason, he should enter the year healthy, but expect the Cowboys to play it safe with their superstar. Bryant will turn 28 this season, and concerns about his health may make him a bargain in many fantasy formats. The talent and tools are evident, and he's clearly an upper echelon NFL receiver. Aside from the injuries, the bigger issue here is the lack of a capable quarterback outside of an aging and fragile Tony Romo.

12. Alshon Jeffery, PHI - Age 27

After an injury plagued 2015 season, Jeffery is back in Chicago playing on a one-year contract. More importantly, he's playing for a big money deal. When he was active in 2015, Jeffery showed he was fully capable of handling No. 1 receiver duties after the Bears shipped Brandon Marshall out of town in the offseason. The problem was that he only saw the field in 9 games, although he did manage to top 100 yards in nearly half of them. Coming into this season, 2015 first rounder Kevin White is healthy and should help alleviate some of the pressure on Jeffery. Only 26 years old, a healthy Jeffery offers sneaky upside.

13. Sammy Watkins, BUF - Age 24 Falling Stock Injury Update

Little utilized in the Bills offense to open the season, Watkins missed some time to injury before exploding for a monster run through the second half of 2015. Over his last six games Watkins was as dominant as any receiver in football, averaging more than 110 yards and a touchdown per game. In short, he was the franchise receiver the Bills expected when they drafted him in 2014. While Buffalo will continue to lean on the run as long as Rex Ryan is calling the shots, the emergence of Tyrod Taylor as a steady presence at quarterback last season should continue to bode well for the young receiver. Still just 22 years old, Watkins has a high ceiling as the top option, even in Buffalo's run heavy attack.

14. Keenan Allen, LAC - Age 25 Injury Update

Allen was on pace for a big 2105 season, as San Diego was routinely playing from behind last year. But a midseason injury cost him the rest of the campaign and will only add to the questions about his durability. Not blessed with elite speed or athleticism, Allen is a proficient route runner with very good ball skills, but consistency is a real question with him. His big games tend to be very big and his poor games, very poor. He could benefit from the addition of a field stretcher like Travis Benjamin, but his lack of elite tools is probably going to keep him from ever jumping into the upper tier of NFL wide receivers.

15. Brandin Cooks, NE - Age 23

While Cooks has spent plenty of time lined up in the slot since coming into the league, a move to more snaps on the outside is credited with his improved production over the second half of last season. Undersized, at just 5'10" 190 lbs, Cooks attacks the football and is capable of winning in the air against bigger defensive backs. It's still possible the Saints go back to deploying him in the short passing game again, in which case he makes a much less intriguing fantasy option. The more likely scenario is that they'll abandon the hybrid role they had tried to develop for him and allow Cooks to make plays downfield. Heading into his age 23 season, his ceiling may not be as high as many predicted when he was selected in the first round, but Cooks should still be a productive pro and could be a sneaky receiver in most formats, given the down first half in 2015 when many had predicted a breakout.

16. Jarvis Landry, MIA - Age 24

After surprising as a rookie, Landry picked up right where he left off, leading the Dolphins in receptions as a high volume slot receiver on a team that was constantly playing from behind. But with nearly 200 receptions in his first two seasons (110 in 2015) expect Landry to continue to be featured prominently in the new coaching staff's offensive scheme. While the chemistry with Tannehill is there, his long- term value is difficult to predict. Miami's roster is loaded with viable pass catchers, including last year's first round pick DeVante Parker, who looked explosive toward the end of the season. However, without a big arm quarterback, it's fair to expect the Dolphins to stick to their short passing game at which Landry excels.

17. Corey Davis, TEN - Age 22 Injury Update
18. Demaryius Thomas, DEN - Age 29

A mainstay WR1 in fantasy since 2012, the fall-off in production last season was largely touchdown driven. A closer look at the numbers reveals that the downtick in Thomas's overall receiving and yardage numbers was palatable. The real damage came from his lack of touchdowns. After reaching double digits in each of the past three seasons, his total touchdowns fell to 6 in 2015. Not surprising, given Peyton Manning's struggles and the Broncos propensity to lean on the running game with Osweiler under center. Heading into his age 28 season, the Broncos are presently without an answer at quarterback now that Brock Osweiler is a Texan. Thomas's short and long term will be tied to what Denver is able to do to address that position.

19. Jordy Nelson, GB - Age 32

Nelson missed all of 2015 with a torn ACL and now enters his age 31 season looking to rebound and help get the Packers offense back on track. It became apparent just how important Nelson is to the Packers passing game, as they struggled to replace him on the outside, even resorting to signing the aging James Jones when none of their young receivers seemed capable of filling the void. By all accounts Nelson should be on track for training camp, and he should pick up right where he left off in 2014-the second of back-to-back top ten fantasy seasons for the veteran receiver.

20. Donte Moncrief, IND - Age 24

A big receiver with elite speed, the second year pro was arguably the Colts best wideout when Andrew Luck was under center. Still just 22 years old, Moncrief was regarded as a raw talent with high upside coming out of college. But he's been far better through his first two seasons than many expected. He enters 2016 behind T.Y. Hilton in the Colts receiver pecking order but it will be interesting to see how long that balance is in place. A much more physically imposing matchup threat for corners, Moncrief could overtake Hilton as the Colts top wide receiver this season if he can put it all together.

21. Corey Coleman, CLE - Age 23

At 5' 11'' and 185 lbs, Coleman lacks ideal size to play outside. That said, he's an absolute burner, and is deceptively quick coming off the line. There isn't much wasted motion in his routes, but he does struggle a bit to slow down and come back to passes. The downside with Coleman is that despite being tremendous at winning the ball in the air, he seems to shy away from attacking the ball on crossing and underneath routes, losing concentration and not displaying the same tenacity that makes him so dangerous vertically. Some have compared him to Steve Smith, but Smith has always been a warrior and never lacked that attacking instinct going over the middle so that might be a bit of a stretch. While Cleveland likely sees him as a guy who can take the top off early in his career, and hopefully grow into a more complete receiver down the line, he's still going to see plenty of snaps in a completely revamped offense. He's going to need to learn to be a hands catcher as well, which is one of the reasons it was surprising to see him go first among the wide receivers off the board. His best chance at early success might be with a Josh Gordon return or the emergence of another Browns receiver, but there are still serious quarterback questions on this team. It's likely his real-life draft position lends to his being over-drafted in season-long and dynasty formats, but it also means the Browns are likely to give him every opportunity to play early.

22. DeVante Parker, MIA - Age 24

Despite being deep at receiver heading into 2015, the Dolphins took Parker in the first round. Unfortunately, the rookie re-aggravated a college foot injury in the offseason and barely saw the field through the first nine games. As the Dolphins season imploded and coaches fought to show some progress and hang onto their jobs, Parker found himself in an unenviable position. But over the final six games he posted a 22-445-3 stat line, while not always seeing a full compliment of snaps. With Rishard Matthews and Greg Jennings now gone, Parker should have no trouble locking down a starting receiver role on the outside. What remains to be seen is what the target volume looks like with plenty of mouths to feed in this offense, and Ryan Tannehill coming off an awful season. Still, the future looks bright for the 23 year old, and we should expect new coach Adam Gase to look to exploit the talented young receiver, particularly against smaller DB's.

23. Davante Adams, GB - Age 24

After a strong rookie season, Davante Adams seemed poised to pay huge dividends for owners who drafted him prior Jordy Nelson tearing is ACL in the preseason. But when the Packers signed James Jones for depth, it became very apparent that Green Bay's confidence in Adams didn't quite match the fantasy football community's. It turned out the Packers were right as Adams was terrible in the starting role catching just 50 passes (a mere 53% of his targets) over 13 games and averaging less than 10 yards per reception. His season wasn't just awful it was epically awful. With Jordy Nelson's return and the emergence of some other young receivers last season, Adams role becomes less defined heading into 2016. Perhaps he'll have the opportunity to develop and improve or perhaps the Packers have seen enough. For the time being, the Packers will stick with Adams as their WR3 but he'll be on a short leash.

24. Mike K. Williams, LAC - Age 22
25. Stefon Diggs, MIN - Age 23

Diggs broke out in the second month of his rookie season and put together a good run of games before tailing off later in the year. The second year receiver is a good fit with Teddy Bridgewater, as he's a space player that can take short passes and turn them into longer gains with the speed to go the distance. As long as Adrian Peterson is in Minnesota the upside of any pass catchers is a bit limited, but with Mike Wallace gone Diggs is currently the top receiver on the depth chart, though rookie Laquon Treadwell will make it a battle in 2016.

26. Doug Baldwin, SEA - Age 28

Baldwin put together a monster 2015 season. After spending the majority of his career in the slot, the Seahawks opted to start moving Baldwin around more in the second half. That, combined with Jimmy Graham being lost for the season in Week 12, resulted in nearly 600 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns over the final eight weeks of the season, including a Week 12-15 stretch where Baldwin found the end zone ten times. Tyler Lockett's development and the return of Graham should help draw defensive attention away from Baldwin, but it will also cut into his targets. His production also spiked at a time when the Seahawks were without Marshawn Lynch, and eventually Thomas Rawls. Fantasy owners will certainly overpay based on last year's numbers, which he's unlikely to repeat.

27. Jordan Matthews, PHI - Age 25

Matthews was supposed to be one of the breakout receivers of 2015, but things never really came together. A change of scenery and Chip Kelly's scheme didn't seem to help starting quarterback, Sam Bradford's development as an NFL passer. The end result was a disappointing season for the Eagles wide receivers across the board. Matthews struggled with consistency at times, but finished the season on a high note, catching 21 passes for more than 300 yards and 4 scores over the final three weeks. Though his target volume could drop in a more conservative scheme, expect Matthews to move around a lot less in Doug Pederson's offense. Ultimately, this may work to his advantage, as it would allow him use his size and strength to find success as an outside receiver. He's got all the tools and is still just 23 years old.

28. Michael Crabtree, OAK - Age 29

After departing the 49ers to sign with Oakland last offseason, Crabtree had a bounce back 2015 that saw him match his career high for catches. With the Raider offense clicking early in the season, Crabtree was the perfect complement to explosive rookie Amari Cooper. And while the Oakland offense slowed late in the season, expect Crabtree to again function as the No. 2 wideout in a potent Raider passing attack.

29. Kelvin Benjamin, CAR - Age 26

After missing 2015 with a torn ACL, the third year pro will return as Carolina's best wide receiver by a wide margin. He should immediately boost the Panthers passing game as his elite size-speed combination is a nightmare for defenses. And if you'll recall, the 2015 Panthers passing game was still pretty decent despite leaning heavily on tight end Greg Olsen and journeyman wide receiver Ted Ginn for the majority of the season. Still just 25 years old, the 6'5" Benjamin is both a downfield and red zone weapon. And with Cam Newton really coming into his own last year, Benjamin could be in line to top his rookie production of 73-1008-9. Benjamin has a bright future ahead.

30. Terrelle Pryor, WAS - Age 28
31. Josh Doctson, WAS - Age 24 Injury Update

Though Doctson lacks elite speed and strength he arguably has the best ball skills, hands, and feel for the game of any wide receiver in this rookie class. He's not a huge threat after the catch because he lacks elite elusiveness, but he's fast enough to get behind defenses, clocking a 4.5 forty at the combine and a 4.3 forty at his pro day. He'll need to work on getting stronger and beating press coverage, and most scouts think there's room to add another 10-15 pounds on his 6'2'' frame. Washington is also a perfect landing spot, provided the Redskins can retain quarterback Kirk Cousins, who is playing on a franchise tag. Both DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon are on the downhill side of their careers, but both are veterans who've had success in the league so Doctson can certainly learn a thing or two from them. He also adds some size to go with Jordan Reed in the passing game and will create real problems for defenses once he adds some strength.

32. Emmanuel Sanders, DEN - Age 30

Despite coming up big in the Broncos Super Bowl win, Sanders's fantasy production fell off precipitously from 2014 with Peyton Manning and Denver's passing game struggles. As a volume receiver, his fantasy owners felt the impact. His receptions were down 25% and his red zone targets fell from 25 to just 9 last season. With questions now abounding at the quarterback position for Denver, Sanders enters his last season (age 29) under contract with plenty of fantasy uncertainty. He's not for the risk-averse this season, and even less so going forward.

33. Sterling Shepard, NYG - Age 23

Shepard possesses both the long speed to run by corners, as well as the quick shiftiness to be a nightmare to cover underneath. Of all the receivers in this draft, he may also be the most polished. That means he can step right into a Giants offense that has never got consistent production from the No. 2 receiver position opposite Odell Beckham. While Shepard is undersized for an outside receiver at the pro level, but should be a tremendous weapon out of the slot. He's going to struggle a bit initially with press coverage, but by all accounts he's a hard worker with a high football IQ. And the Giants will need him to play early if Victor Cruz can't return to his prior form. Long term, it would not be at all surprising if he stuck around for a long time as a high volume slot receiver at the pro level. He makes an ideal complement to Beckham and figures to be in the mix for significant targets from day one.

34. Tyreek Hill, KC - Age 23
35. Randall Cobb, GB - Age 27

Like a lot of Packers, Cobb felt the impact of a season without the dangerous Jordy Nelson stretching defenses. The result was a career low in yards per reception, as the Packers tried to manufacture touches for the elusive receiver. Cobb has always been more of a threat in space, but without a gamebreaker around him, that space was hard to come by. Heading into his age 26 season he should be a bit of a sleeper in all formats, as last year's owners are still suffering the hangover from having used an early round pick and not getting the expected return. Cobb should rebound this season, along with the rest of the Packers offense.

36. Golden Tate, DET - Age 29

While the Lions added Marvin Jones in the offseason to help the receiving game with Calvin Johnson officially retired, Tate was no slouch in a Megatron-less Detroit offense over the past couple seasons. Since arriving in Detroit, Tate has played in 8 games in which Calvin Johnson played less than 60% of the snaps. In those games he's averaged double digit targets and more than 100 yards receiving. Save for Johnson, Jones is the most talented receiver the Lions have trotted out with Tate so expect that production to dip a bit. But don't sleep on him entirely. Heading into his age 28 season the former second round pick could be headed for a big uptick in production, especially given that the target volume should be far more evenly split between Jones and Tate than it was with Megatron lining up.

37. Julian Edelman, NE - Age 31

Heading into his age 30 season, Edelman continues to be a PPR monster when healthy. The problem is that durability is increasingly becoming a concern. Since 2012, Edelman has played 9, 16, 14, and 9 games respectively. But as the go-to weapon at wide receiver over the past three seasons, his per game averages are 6+ receptions for nearly 70 yards and almost half a touchdown. His chemistry with Tom Brady is evident, and it's clear that he's a key cog in this offense. But how much longer can he be this productive? We're already seeing his body break down and there are only two years left on his contract. At his current level of production in fantasy, it's difficult to see him as anything more than a 1-2 years investment.

38. Kevin White, CHI - Age 25 Injury Update

The 7th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, White sat out the entirety of his rookie season with a stress fracture in his shin. He'll enter 2016 with something to prove and should wind up starting across from Alshon Jeffery. Blessed with elite speed, especially for a 6'3" 215 lb receiver, White could be a very interesting sleeper in all fantasy formats this season. There are likely those that have already soured, but he's arguably more talented than any of the top receivers in the 2016 draft class.

39. Jamison Crowder, WAS - Age 24

With DeSean jackson and Pierre Garcon still under contract, it looks like Crowder will once again play a special teams role while waiting his turn to see significant snaps in the Redskins offense. At best he's the fourth target in this offense in 2016, but filling in at times last season he showed some real promise. He lacks the size to play outside but his reliable hands and ability to find holes in the defense portend that he could be solid slot receiver in the NFL for a long time. His long-term outlook is strong, given that the Redskins are likely to move on from either one or both of Jackson and Garcon in the next year or two.

40. Willie Snead, NWO - Age 24
41. John Ross, CIN - Age 22 Injury Update
42. Jeremy Maclin, BAL - Age 29

Maclin's first year in Kansas City was a success, but the target volume in this offense isn't going to match we saw when he was the number one receiver in Philadelphia. That said, he's the go-to wide receiver for the Chiefs and offers touchdown upside with a clear role in the red zone. Now with back-to-back seasons of more than 1000 yards receiving, Maclin has only missed one regular season game since sitting out all of 2013 with a torn ACL. A solid WR2 in most fantasy formats, Maclin heads into his age 28 season as a steady option whose upside is capped by the dink and dunk nature of the Chiefs offense and the noodle arm of quarterback Alex Smith.

43. Laquon Treadwell, MIN - Age 22

Concerns about his slow forty time certainly scared some teams off of Treadwell, but he lands in a nice spot with Minnesota. He has great ball skills and is a good route runner, but there are concerns he'll be too easy a cover for quicker defensive backs. His frame suggests he can excel despite a lack of vertical speed, and he's fantastic at winning in the air, as well as shielding defenders and working back to passes. Don't be surprised if you see him spending a significant amount of time in the slot early on, as he'd be a nightmare matchup for most nickel corners and could help create space for Diggs to operate as well. He also has a very high football IQ and isn't afraid to throw a block. He certainly doesn't find himself in a potent passing game and Teddy Bridgewater's arm strength is sort of suspect so his long-term value is going to be heavily tied to how the Vikings choose to utilize him. Still, pay close attention to training camp and preseason reports out of Minnesota, as well as how the Vikings look to use him in the red zone.

44. Eric Decker, TEN - Age 30 Injury Update

Heading into his age 29 season, the productive Decker will once again line up opposite Brandon Marshall. The veteran wide receiver duo was arguably the best in football last season. Decker seemed to thrive as the number two receiver, finding the end zone a dozen times in 2015. While it's always difficult to predict how repeatable touchdowns are, Decker now has double digit touchdowns in three of his last four seasons. The only time he failed to reach double digits was in 2014 when the Jets counted on him to be their top wideout and the quarterback situation was less than ideal. The value here is heavily tied to the resigning of Fitzpatrick, but Decker should team with Marshall and remain productive for at least the next couple seasons.

45. Zay Jones, BUF - Age 22
46. Breshad Perriman, BAL - Age 23

The Ravens are severely lacking at the offensive skill positions, which is one of the reasons they used a first round selection on Perriman in 2015. Unfortunately, the rookie suffered a torn PCL in camp and never played a down. At 6'2" and nearly 220 lbs, Perriman blazed a 4.24 40-yard time at his pro day and was a fast riser on many draft boards. Despite having an NFL pedigree, his game still needs some work, as his hands and consistency are big question marks. It's also concerning that the injury has lingered as long as it has, with recent reports that Perriman is still not running at full speed. The raw athletic ability is tough to ignore, but Perriman is a bit of a dice roll in any format with both the injury and his need to develop as a receiver.

47. Brandon Marshall, NYG - Age 33

When Marshall was traded to New York for a fifth round pick last offseason, most assumed the Bears knew enough about his injury riddled 2014 season to surmise the aging receiver was on the downslope of his career. Marshall responded to the change in scenery by posting a career high 14 touchdowns, to go along with more than 100 receptions and over 1500 yards. But the best part for fantasy owners was the unbelievable consistency. In 16 games last season Marshall posted 100 yards receiving, a touchdown, or both in 14 of them. Despite that success, fantasy players should still proceed with a bit of caution. Marshall is heading into his age 32 season and the Jets have yet to lock down Ryan Fitzpatrick, who had fantastic chemistry with the veteran Pro Bowler, as well as teammate Eric Decker.

48. Cameron Meredith, CHI - Age 24
49. Will Fuller, HOU - Age 23

Fuller is the burner in the rookie class of wide receivers, and has the kind of long speed that should lead to early playing time. What it may not lead to is long-term NFL success. Much like Devin Smith in last year's class, Fuller has the ability to be a deep threat from day one. Unlike Smith, Fuller is slight and undersized, possessing suspect hands. So while the speed is elite, without major improvements to the rest of his game, he's likely going to spend the bulk of his career in that role. Fuller's presence should immediately benefit DeAndre Hopkins, but he's also going to have value on his own, as the Texans have really upgraded the talent throughout their offense and Fuller is likely to be a dynamic deep threat off of play-action if he display some consistency with his hands. It's not likely he's ever going to make his quarterback look better or bail him out of bad throws, but he can certainly get over the top and contribute big plays for Houston.

50. Martavis Bryant, PIT - Age 25

Bryant has been suspended for the duration of the 2016 season for violating the league's substance abuse policy. And while it's tempting to consider dropping him in dynasty formats, as long as the Steelers are hanging onto him (which they presently are) he's shown far too much upside through just two seasons to give up on. He has no value in 2016 in redraft formats.

51. Tyrell Williams, LAC - Age 25
52. Malcolm Mitchell, NE - Age 24

Mitchell fell all the way to the fourth round amid lingering concerns about the long-term stability of a knee in which he suffered a 2013 ACL tear. While Georgia was a run-heavy offense over the past couple seasons, Mitchell was highly productive early in his career, even garnering an All-SEC selection as a freshman in 2012. He's a very smooth and fluid route runner and has good hands and exceptional ball skills. What he lacks is elite size, but that's hardly a prerequisite for success in the New England offense with Tom Brady under center. While the Patriots offense is highly complex and notoriously difficult for rookies to pick up, Mitchell is the kind of route runner that could carve out a role early on if he can master the nuances. He's a must-own in dynasty formats playing for the Pats and has a great shot to make an impact out of the gate.

53. John Brown, ARZ - Age 27

In his second season the diminutive speedster built upon his strong rookie year by finishing with a 65-1003-7 line. The issue for Brown is similar to that of the other Cardinals wideouts-it's an issue of targets. While Carson Palmer is getting up there in age, his big 2015 suggests he still has at least a few good years left under center. But with Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd and Brown all competing for targets, and rookie speedster J.J. Nelson impressing in limited play last season, Brown's potential to turn in a huge season is a bit capped by the talent around him. He'll be 27 years old at the start of the season and profiles as a big play threat for years to come in the league. But that's a skill set that's somewhat repetitive of the much younger Nelson so it will be interesting to see how this situation shakes out.

54. JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT - Age 20
55. Marvin Jones, DET - Age 27

Jones signed with Detroit in the offseason and should enter the year as the Lions No. 2 wideout. A lanky speedster with good hands, he'll be counted on in the red zone and to take the top off of defenses. Arguably the top wide receiver on the free agent market, Jones was a high priority for the Lions as they'll have their hands full trying to replace Megatron's production. He's far from an elite talent, but he at least upgrades a Lions receiving corps that was extremely thin behind Tate. He probably sees a bump in his fantasy value in Detroit, but don't expect a huge increase over last season's production.

56. DeSean Jackson, TB - Age 30

No longer the explosive weapon he was in his early days in Philadelphia, Jackson heads into his age 29 season as a more of a specialist, functioning as the downfield threat in the Washington offense. The undersized veteran receiver is also starting to show some durability issues, as he missed seven games in 2015 and has now sat out 13 games in the past four seasons. While the Redskins opted not to cut him in the offseason, if Jamison Crowder can build upon a solid 2015 rookie season and if Josh Doctson can live up to his billing then it seems unlikely the Redskins would look to resign Jackson next offseason. DJax also carries his fair share of baggage so he's by no means a lock for another multi-year contract next offseason unless he can really turn things around in 2016.

57. Chris Godwin, TB - Age 21
58. Tyler Lockett, SEA - Age 24 Injury Update

Lockett wasted little time in introducing the league to his explosive playmaking ability, taking a Week 1 punt back for a touchdown against the Rams. He wasn't always a consistent week in and week out threat as a receiver, but he still exceeded the expectations of most by posting a 51-664-6 line as a rookie. Expect Seattle to continue to use him as a returner, after all he garnered a Pro Bowl selection in that role. But he should also begin to eat into Jermaine Kearse's snaps a little more significantly in 2016, and seems very capable of being an every down receiver in the next season or two. Not yet a complete receiver, he looks like a bit of a poor man's Antonio Brown, albeit in an offense that won't throw nearly as often.

59. Adam Thielen, MIN - Age 27
60. Rishard Matthews, TEN - Age 27

Matthews is an intriguing short to midrange pass catcher with good running ability after the catch. And while he landed in a quickly improving Titans offense during free agency, it may not be the best fit for fantasy. There are quite a few mouths to feed in Tennessee, and if Green-Beckham takes the step forward many believe he will, Matthews could be as far down as fourth in the pecking order for targets. He becomes significantly more intriguing over the long-term if Kendall Wright can't stay healthy again, especially with Wright heading into a contract year. It's also worth noting that Wright might opt not to stick around after the season either way, in which case Matthews is in a nice spot.

61. Carlos Henderson, DEN - Age 22
62. Curtis Samuel, CAR - Age 21
63. Larry Fitzgerald, ARZ - Age 34

Now lacking some of the big play speed that made him a nightmare matchup for secondaries for most of his career, Fitzgerald shifted to a slot role in 2015 and turned back the clock with a 109 catch season that saw him go for 1215 yards and 9 scores. While the fantasy production was impressive, both Brown and Floyd should take another step forward and Fitz will turn 33 just before the start of the season. He should retain his value as a red zone threat but is clearly on the downslope of his career. Still, this is a great passing offense to be a part of as Arians loves to throw the ball. Strange to think of Fitzgerald as a sleeper but, with him currently being drafted as a low-WR3, there's value to be had here for at least one more season.

64. Mike Wallace, BAL - Age 31

Since departing Pittsburgh as a free agent three seasons ago, Wallace has been a bit of a round peg in a square hole with two different franchises. Now returning to the AFC North, the once premier deep threat should be a welcome addition for a team that desperately needs receiving weapons. With Steve Smith Sr., Kamar Aiken, and a combination of strong pass catching tight ends working across and underneath, Wallace should find ample opportunity to utilize his deep speed in the Ravens offense. With Torrey Smith's departure and rookie Breshad Perriman never seeing the field, Joe Flacco was left without a true deep threat for the first season since coming into the league, and it showed. Flacco is fired up about the addition of Mike Wallace and should be recovered from his own ACL injury in time for training camp. Wallace will have every opportunity to revive his career heading into his age 30 season.

65. Chris Hogan, NE - Age 28

Hogan is exactly the kind of player we've seen Belichick bring into New England before. He's got the ability to line up all over the formation and he has a high football IQ. Oh, and he does all those little football things that the Pats head coach loves. Hogan is a workhorse and is a perfect fit for what New England does. Expect him to see significant usage this season.

66. Tyler Boyd, CIN - Age 23

Boyd is one of the more divisive receiver prospects in the draft. A hometown hero and Pennsylvania high school star, he stayed in state to play his college football at Pitt. He was fantastically productive despite underwhelming quarterback play, and his natural pass catching ability and ball skills are pro-ready. He will have to modify his game a bit though, as he lacks big time speed or suddenness in the open field, and won't run by NFL corners. It will be interesting to see how he integrates into the Bengals offense, given that the receivers Cincinnati lost in free agency were both much faster, and that speed helped open things up for A.J. Green. Boyd's physicality allowed him to make contested catches as the primary receiver in college, but bigger and more physical corners are likely to take that away and quicker cover corners may also give him trouble. He's an interesting selection given the presence of Eifert, as his best chance to be a productive fantasy asset was as a slot WR2 due to his ability to use his size and strength to help move the chains. Don't expect much from him in year one, but pay close attention to how the Bengals work him into the receiver mix going forward.

67. Allen Hurns, JAX - Age 25

After a strong season in 2014 as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Miami, Hurns followed up in 2015 as the No. 2 in the "one-two" punch of a Jacksonville receiving corps led by Allen Robinson. While Hurns fought through nagging injuries at times, he still turned in a big fantasy season with more than 1000 yards and 10 touchdowns. Interestingly, the biggest knock on Hurns coming into the league was a lack of deep speed and the suddenness to create separation. But of his 16 touchdowns over the past two seasons, 7 have come on pass plays of 30 yards or longer, and more than half of those have been plays of 40 yards or longer. And while some will claim Hurns benefitted from Julius Thomas missing the first month of the season, it's worth noting that Hurns actually got better when Thomas returned. The 24 year old wideout continues to be underestimated by skeptics and could easily continue to produce at 2015 levels in this offense.

68. Pierre Garcon, SF - Age 31

Garcon is headed into his age 30 season and simply isn't the same threat that he was earlier in his career. The presence of Jordan Reed, DeSean Jackson, Jamison Crowder and rookie Josh Doctson really limit his upside. His best NFL season to date was in Robert Griffin III's rookie year, a year in which Garcon was the unquestioned No. 1 receiver in Washington. Even with Kirk Cousins' development as a quarterback, the volume just isn't there for Garcon. Even with Jackson missing a good portion of 2015, he still failed to record a single 100-yard receiving game for the first time since a rookie season where he rarely even saw the field. The clock is ticking and he's projecting as a more of a possession receiver with average hands for the latter part of his career.

69. Kenny Golladay, DET
70. Taywan Taylor, TEN
71. Quincy Enunwa, NYJ - Age 25
72. Robby Anderson, NYJ
73. Cole Beasley, DAL - Age 28


74. Kenny Britt, CLE - Age 28


75. Cooper Kupp, LAR - Age 24
76. J.J. Nelson, ARZ - Age 25 Rising Stock

Nelson is a burner who presently lacks a role in a deep Arizona wide receiver group. At just 5'10" 160 lbs, his game is fairly similar to what we saw from John Brown as a rookie, and his speed was on full display when Floyd missed time midseason. His 2016 upside is limited unless one of the top three Arizona receivers misses time, but he make a fantastic stash in dynasty formats.

77. Taylor Gabriel, ATL
78. Devin Funchess, CAR - Age 23

Funchess came on at the end of the season and into the playoffs, but his role isn't really defined in this offense yet. Physically he's a cross between a tight end and a wideout and can cause some matchup problems underneath and down the seam, but he's probably not athletic enough to regularly play outside. He'll be a nice weapon for Newton to exploit underneath, but he'll be behind Benjamin and Olsen in the pecking order for targets. He's worth future consideration, as his role should continue to grow.

79. Marqise Lee, JAX - Age 25


80. ArDarius Stewart, NYJ
81. Tajae Sharpe, TEN - Age 22
82. Tavon Austin, LAR - Age 26

Austin struggled through his first couple years in the league, but really started to emerge as a playmaker last season. An undersized but dynamic runner in space, Todd Gurley's presence really opened things up for Austin, who often sees a handful of carries to go with a handful of targets each week. He's somewhat big play dependent, but if the Rams continue to incorporate him in the same way they often did in 2015, he should see 8-10 touches on a weekly basis. He's a bit of a boom or bust weekly option in fantasy, but with his skill set and regular opportunities, matching last year's total of 10 TDs is not out of reach. Because he's often getting the ball at or behind the line of scrimmage, Austin will also continue to benefit for as long as the Rams are without a true NFL-caliber quarterback.

83. Kenny Stills, MIA - Age 25


84. Robert Woods, LAR - Age 25

Still just 24 years old, Woods has yet to take hold of the No. 2 receiver job opposite the dynamic Sammy Watkins. But heading into the final year of his rookie contract, the wide receiver depth chart in Buffalo is so thin that he's going to get every opportunity to win the job outright. While he has disappointed in the past, the Bills made little effort to bring in anything more than journeyman receivers to provide roster depth this offseason. In a run heavy offense the opportunities are a bit capped here, but after Watkins' monster second half, expect teams to roll coverage his way and leave Woods in one-on-one situations quite often. If he's ever going to emerge as a legitimate fantasy asset, this will be the season.

85. Ted Ginn Jr., NWO - Age 32

Don't be the owner that gets hung up on Ginn's 2015 numbers. He produced out of necessity in this offense in 2015, but with Kelvin Benjamin back and Devin Funchess now with a year under his belt, expect Ginn to take a bit of a back seat in the passing game. He turns 31 this offseason, and the 10 touchdowns from last season aren't repeatable. He should return to being a special teamer with some potential as a week-to-week matchup play and field stretcher.

86. Josh Malone, CIN - Age 21
87. Josh Gordon, CLE - Age 26

On talent alone, Gordon is arguably a top-20 fantasy receiver for a Browns offense in desperate need of weapons. Unfortunately, he's yet to be reinstated by the league after being suspended for substance abuse for 10 games in 2014 and all of 2015. Having kept his nose clean for a year, many thought he would already have found his way back into the NFL, but this is an NFL that's playing it ultra cautious with its public perception these days. There are absolutely no guarantees with respect to his return, but he's at least interesting as a potential target monster in the Browns offense that should be playing from behind plenty. He would also reunite with college teammate RGIII in Cleveland, and both have professed to finding that scenario intriguing.

88. Josh Reynolds, LAR - Age 22
89. Travis Benjamin, LAC - Age 27 Injury Update

Benjamin used his breakout 2015 season to propel himself out of Cleveland and all the way to San DIego this offseason. Just 26 years old, Benjamin benefitted greatly last year from being the only reliable weapon in the Browns passing game. He'll be in a much different role in San Diego so don't get hung up on the 2015 numbers. With Antonio Gates back and Keenan Allen and Stevie Johnson already operating as the number one and slot receivers, Benjamin is a younger and slightly more talented replacement for the deep threat role Malcom Floyd occupied in San Diego for years. Benjamin could also reprise the punt return role he filled in Cleveland last season.

90. Leonte Carroo, MIA - Age 23

Carroo was highly touted by many coming into the draft process, but he unfortunately lands in a Miami passing game that has no shortage of receivers, and outside of Jarvis Landry, has been brutal on a week-to-week basis for fantasy owners to try to predict. Frankly, Carroo doesn't profile much differently than Landry did coming into the league. Although his route running is not as advanced, he's a similar athlete with very good hands and a fighter after the catch. But like Landry, Carroo lacks elite deep speed, something the casual fan might not realize given that his college resume includes a 20+ yard per catch average over his final two seasons. That had far more to do with Rutgers' play-action passing game than Carroo's ability to take the top off a defense. He's got a lot of work ahead of him if he's going to crack the receiver rotation in Miami and see regular targets in the next couple seasons.

91. Dede Westbrook, JAX - Age 23
92. Dorial Green-Beckham, - Age 24

A size-speed freak in the mold of Calvin Johnson coming into the league, no one expected much from Green-Beckham in year one. But injuries to numerous Titans pass catchers afforded him extra opportunities in the second half of last season. While his lack of polish and consistency were evident, he also flashed the upside that made him the 40th pick overall in last year's draft despite off-the-field questions and his not having played a down of college football since the 2013 season. If Green-Beckham can continue to build on his rookie season, the sky's the limit for him. He should open the season as a starter and could become the most feared weapon in the Tennessee offense as early as this season. Fantasy owners should also feel a bit better about DGB's future than they did at this time last offseason, as he's kept himself out of trouble since coming into the league, and that was one of the biggest concerns.

93. Michael Floyd, MIN - Age 27

After frustrating fantasy owners in the first half, Floyd really hit his stride in the second half of last season, posting five 100-yard receiving games after Week 7. Prior to that point he had yet to record one. That was because Larry Fitzgerald dominated the Arizona receiving game early in the season, but as the veteran settled more firmly into his new slot receiver role and teams tried to take him away, things really started to open up downfield for Floyd. Still a bit boom or bust player at times, Floyd is entering his contract year and is only 26 years old. And while Fitz's rejuvenation was one of the better stories in football last season, the Cardinals will likely look to lock up Floyd long term, hopefully with an extension before the season starts. Given his size and skill set he makes a ton of sense in the offense as a long-term fixture.

94. Phillip Dorsett, IND - Age 24

Dorsett is the third wideout on the depth chart heading into 2016 but he's also supremely talented. A bit undersized, but possessing world class speed, the Colts have been vocal about wanting to get him more involved in the offense in 2016. The departure of Andre Johnson is going to open up some playing time for the second year player but it wouldn't be surprising to see the Colts try to utilize him in a similar fashion to what the Rams do with Tavon Austin. In a considerably more explosive offense with a capable quarterback, that could make him interesting. As such though, his weekly output will be hard to count on but he could be a nice spot starter.

95. Eli Rogers, PIT - Age 24
96. Chris Conley, KC - Age 24

A big target with deep speed, Conley played sparingly as a rookie in 2015. Despite looking every bit the part of a potential big time NFL receiver, Conley finds himself mired in the Chiefs dink and dunk offense. And while he could certainly create significant mismatches downfield, Alex Smith's arm remains a limiting factor. With Jeremy Maclin unable to go at various points in the season, including the Chiefs final playoff game, Conley filled in admirably in limited snaps, and on film his potential upside is evident. While his role is unlikely to change much in 2016, at some point the Chiefs will need to move on from Alex Smith. Owners should expect Conley's role and fantasy value to increase if Kansas City can find a quarterback who can push the ball downfield.

97. Kamar Aiken, IND - Age 28


98. Nelson Agholor, PHI - Age 24

For all the hype that surrounded Agholor coming into the season, the rookie receiver was disappointing in 2015. Now there's a new coaching staff in town and some of the veterans that he lost snaps to are gone. The troublesome part though, is that Agholor figures to be at best, third in line for targets with Jordan Matthews and Zach Ertz firmly entrenched. And if that wasn't bad enough, the new regime is expected to implement a run-heavy offense that will be hard pressed to support multiple passing catchers for fantasy purposes. Agholor is a talented young player, but he's difficult to project until we get a better sense of his new role.

99. Braxton Miller, HOU - Age 24

A two-year starter at quarterback, Miller is a freak athlete who converted to receiver after sitting out the 2014 season with a shoulder injury. He's far from a finished project as a receiver, and he'll need coaching up on route running, technique, etc., but Houston is an ideal spot for him. There will be no immediate pressure to perform, and if Miller can continue to develop on the same trajectory we saw in his final college season then he could prove to be an absolute steal given his athleticism and how natural he looked catching the football last season. Plenty of college quarterbacks try to make the jump to receiver, but Miller's skill set suggests he could join the list of players that have done it successfully. He's unlikely to have significant 2016 value, but needs to be owned in dynasty formats and has Hines Ward-type upside if he figures out how to put it altogether.

100. DeAngelo Yancey, GB - Age 22
101. Kendall Wright, CHI - Age 27

In 2015 Wright endured a brutal season that saw him struggle with injuries throughout. Still just 26 years old, Wright showed promise as a rookie and really shined in year two (94-1079-2), despite not finding the end zone much. But since then he's missed 8 games over the past two seasons and has struggled to maintain consistency. The presence of Mariota and the promise he showed as a rookie, along with an NFL-caliber running back in Demarco Murray, point to some significant promise for the future of the Titans offense. Wright stands to benefit significantly in his contract season, as the TItans will likely line him up in the slot, a place where he should overmatch most corners on a week-to-week basis and should see a healthy target volume. He'll go a bit underdrafted in most formats, but there's still sizeable upside here.

102. Chad Williams, ARZ
103. Mohamed Sanu, ATL - Age 28


104. Paul Richardson, SEA - Age 25


105. Brandon LaFell, CIN - Age 30


106. Chad Hansen, NYJ - Age 22
107. Torrey Smith, PHI - Age 28


108. Seth Roberts, OAK - Age 26

The third receiver in the Raider offense, Roberts emerged in the second half last season and played a bigger than expected role in Oakland's passing attack. He's not a week-to-week fantasy starter when he's filling the slot role for the Raiders, but he's a talented young receiver who would see a significant target increase in the absence of either Crabtree or Cooper.

109. Pharoh Cooper, LAR - Age 22

Cooper profiles as an NFL slot receiver and return man, and drew some comparisons to Steve Smith Sr. prior to the draft. Los Angeles is a bit of an odd landing spot given the presence of Tavon Austin on special teams, but Cooper is still a talented receiver that should carve out a role. He plays much faster than he was clocked at during his pro day, and by all accounts he's a smart player and a tireless worker. Given his profile as a playmaker combined with his toughness and work ethic, it wouldn't be surprising to see him force his way onto the field for offensive snaps early on in his career.

110. Kenny Bell, BAL - Age 25

A bit of a forgotten man, Bell missed his rookie season when he sustained a severe hamstring injury in camp. A talented player at Nebraska he boasts elite speed, and should wind up in either a slot role, or outside if the Bucs choose to kick Jackson inside now that he's slowed a step or two. Either way, he's the third best receiver on the roster, and should overtake VJax in the next season or two. And while Austin Seferain-Jenkins has showed promise and could threaten Bell's targets, we've already seen him struggle to stay on the field. Assuming Bell gets back to his collegiate form ahead of camp, he's a sneaky player to roster in any format.

111. Sammie Coates, PIT - Age 24 Injury Update

Coates saw limited action when all the Steelers receivers were healthy in 2015, but his snaps increased in the Steelers final playoff game when Antonio Brown had to sit with a concussion. With Martavis Bryant's suspension for the 2016 season, the door is wide open for Coates to prove he can take advantage of his opportunity. He's a unique size-speed combination that compares favorably to Bryant athletically, but like Bryant he entered the league with the same questions about his ability to pick up the offense, consistency, and ball skills. Neither Markus Wheaton, nor Darrius Heyward-Bey have the upside of Coates in a high-powered Steelers offense, but he's going to need to show he can catch the ball consistently after drops plagued him in college and through his first NFL season. Even with Bryant out for the entirety of 2016, Coates probably has more long than short-term value.

112. Malachi Dupre, GB - Age 21
113. Charone Peake, NYJ - Age 24

While Peake isn't a high end talent, he has entered a good situation in New York where he could see work early in the season in the Jets 4-WR offense. The numbers won't be there for him with Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker eating up targets, but Peake has a chance to see the field this season and could develop into a decent playmaker.

114. Markus Wheaton, CHI - Age 26 Injury Update

Wheaton makes the jump to the Steelers No. 2 receiver with the suspension of Martavis Bryant. While smaller in stature and less explosive, he has shown he's capable of making some plays and exploiting defenses that key in on Antonio Brown. Last season Wheaton posted 201 yards and a touchdown in Seattle, with Richard Sherman shadowing the Steelers more explosive pass catcher for most of the afternoon. There's some question about his ability to be the second option in this offense, but he has the trust of the coaching staff so he'll certainly get the chance to win the job. And though just 25 years old, he probably has more short-term value than long.

115. Dontrelle Inman, LAC - Age 28


116. Geronimo Allison, GB
117. Travin Dural, NWO - Age 23
118. Cordarrelle Patterson, OAK - Age 26


119. Ishmael Zamora, OAK - Age 21
120. Jaelen Strong, HOU - Age 23 Injury Update


121. Bruce Ellington, SF - Age 26


122. Terrance Williams, DAL - Age 28


123. Roger Lewis, NYG - Age 23

Signed by the Giants, Lewis will be fun to watch in the preseason but he's unlikely to carve much a role for himself this season buried on the depth chart.

124. Isaiah Ford, MIA - Age 21
125. Victor Cruz, CHI - Age 30 Injury Update

After missing a year and half of football, Cruz is expected to return to camp healthy and ready to play in 2016. When he suffered a season ending injury in October of 2014 he was the Giants No. 1 receiver. Since then, Odell Beckham has taken that mantle and run with it, and will continue to be the focal point of the Giants offense. But if Cruz can regain some of the form that made him a top ten receiver at the time of his injury, he could be a significant addition to a Giants offense that has lacked a true No. 2 to take some of the pressure off Beckham. Heading into his age 30 season, Cruz's best seasons are behind him, but pay attention to reports about the veteran's workouts, as he could prove a sneaky fantasy sleeper in a pass heavy offense this season.

126. Vincent Jackson, - Age 34 Injury Update

Jackson suffered through injuries and a rookie quarterback in 2015, only playing in 10 games and failing to reach 1000 yards receiving for the first time since he sat out the first 10 weeks of 2010 over a contract dispute. Still a reliable receiver when healthy, Jackson makes a nice complement to the already dynamic Mike Evans. Never a true deep speed threat, Jackson could put together a couple more solid seasons as a possession receiver and chain mover for a young Bucs offense that could benefit from his veteran leadership. At 33 years old, it would not be surprising if he managed to put together a similar season to what we saw from Larry Fitzgerald in 2015. But his value for the foreseeable future is staked to the development of second year quarterback Jameis Winston, and even then he's only got a few potentially productive years left.

127. Anquan Boldin, - Age 36

Boldin has yet to sign anywhere this offseason, but expect him to land somewhere once camps get underway. He's the best unsigned receiver on the market, and heading into his age 36 season he can still be productive enough to merit consideration.

128. Philly Brown, BUF - Age 25


129. Brandon Coleman, NWO - Age 25

Coleman is a big, athletic deep threat who will have an excellent shot at becoming the Saints WR3 behind Brandin Cooks and Marques Colston. Nick Toon and Seantavius Jones are also in the mix but there's a lot to like about Coleman and it's a great situation to be in. Expect a hand-hot time share approach early in the season but Coleman is a nice speculative pickup.

130. K.D. Cannon, NYJ - Age 21
131. Mack Hollins, PHI
132. Jeremy Kerley, SF - Age 28
133. Rashard Higgins, CLE - Age 22

Higgins isn't the greatest athlete and lacks experience but has great hands and route running ability. He's a name to watch but overall, it'll hard to fall in love with Browns wideouts right now given their dicey quarterback situation.

134. Adam Humphries, TB - Age 24
135. Mike Thomas, LAR - Age 23

In a Rams offense desperate for playmakers in the passing game, Thomas will get a chance to try to earn snaps early on. Unfortunately, he's not a particularly gifted athlete and is likely to struggle against NFL-level corners. His ball skills and deep speed should give him a chance to stick, and he certainly finds a favorable situation in Los Angeles, where the receiver competition in training camp should be fairly fierce. The Rams receiver depth chart is a pretty fluid situation, and in addition to the current roster (Austin, Kenny Britt, Brian Quick, and Stedman Bailey), Thomas will battle fourth round pick Pharoh Cooper and UDFAs Duke Williams, Paul McRoberts, Nelson Spruce, and Marquez North for roster consideration.

136. Justin Hardy, ATL - Age 25


137. DeAndre Smelter, SF - Age 25

Smelter won't see any playing time this season as he recovers from a ACL tare he suffered in December. He has tons of playmaking ability and his physicality and ability to win contested catches makes him an intriguing dynasty prospect. He has gained praise for his ability after the catch and hopefully we'll get to see his talents at the pro level next season.

138. Marquise Goodwin, SF - Age 26


139. Danny Amendola, NE - Age 31


140. Jehu Chesson, KC - Age 23
141. Aaron Dobson, ARZ - Age 26

It's difficult to watch Dobson run down the sideline and not think of Randy Moss. He's clearly not as talented, but he's 6'3'' with long arms, and can absolutely fly. Oh, and there's the whole Marshall connection as well. Right now he has the highest upside of any wide receiver in New England, which has its benefits with Tom Brady at the helm. He showed flashes during his rookie campaign but struggled with injuries last season. Expect Dobson to get every opportunity to earn playing time this season. There is tons of risk involved but the upside is there as well. He must be pleased with the Patriots draft after they declined to draft a receiver. Dobson could be in for a solid 2015 campaign but they first four games will be touch and go without Tom Brady.

142. Brian Quick, WAS - Age 28


143. Charles Johnson, CAR - Age 28


144. Marquess Wilson, NYJ - Age 25 Injury Update


145. Jermaine Kearse, SEA - Age 27


146. Brice Butler, DAL - Age 27
147. Albert Wilson, KC - Age 25


148. Paul Turner, PHI - Age 24

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