Mark Clayton and Reggie Brown are the big ones out of that group. They'll cost the most in a dynasty league (between #8 - #14 rookie picks), but they have the best chance for success. Clayton is a crisp route runner and Reggie is a talented WR who could step in immediately if TO stays stubborn.
Chris Henry is the "sleeper" (not so much of a sleeper among ff addicts) out of the bunch. He's among the top in talent in this year's WR draft class, but slipped a lot in the draft becuase of attitude problems. In a lot of situations, guys with attitude problems become the best buys.
Vincent Jackson could also be a interesting buy, but guys from small schools are very hard to read.
The bust of this group is Roddy White. Everyone is making him out to be something he's not. His stock went crazy after Mel Kiper moved him up to #12 or something on his big board. Now I'm not saying Michael Jenkins is a bust (I have him in one dynasty league), but he sure was last year. I'd be surprised if Roddy puts up better numbers than Jenkins did last year. Roddy White is on everyone's sleeper lists after Peerless Price had the eye problems. He has that WR nightmare named Michael Vick on top of the fact that he doesn't run smooth routes. Bust.
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