So I've tried to get a list every year of wideouts who have the best potential to break out. Guys you draft as your WR3 or WR4 who end up being top-20 at their position (Braylon Edwards 2 seasons ago, Antonio Bryant last year, etc.). They don't always have to be youngsters or 3rd year guys, but that group seems to have the most breakout stars every year.
Anyway, here are some guys that I'm high on and will be rolling with in the late rounds:
+ designates 3rd year rule (adhere to at your own risk) ^ designates rookie
Santonio Holmes +Anthony Gonzalez +Sidney Rice +Tedd Ginn, Jr. DeSean Jackson +Robert Meachem Domenik Hixon +Steve Breaston Mark Bradley +Steve Smith (NYG) ^Hakeem Nicks +James Jones Mark Clayton +Craig "Buster" Davis (not sure about him, way too many mouths to feed in SD) ^Michael Crabtree
This list is VERY incomplete. I'll add more as they come to mind, but SUGGESTIONS ARE ALSO WELCOME!!
Last edited by Triplec223 on Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:13 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Chris Henry, WR, Cincinnati. Tremendous talent, hopefully he can keep his head straight like he has so far. When this guys on the field, the sky is the limit for him. Hopefully he beats out Coles for the WR2 spot in Cincinnati and shows everyone he's the real deal.