So, this is my WR corp in one of my Dynasty leagues- Boldin, V Jackson, Ginn, Burleson, Hakeem Nicks, Camarillo, Jason Hill
I need to round out the end of the WR bench. Which of these options do you think I should target with my last 2 picks?- Andre Caldwell, Jabar Gaffney, Malcolm Kelly, Robert Meachem, Brian Robiskie, Austin Collie, Laurent Robinson, David Clowney
Please rank and tier, commenting where you'd like. If there's a WR you think is better then the one's listed who could be available, feel free to throw his name in.
I like the upside to Kelly and Collie. From what I have read, Kelly has stepped up in camp as the #2 to Moss. Since he is only in his second year, he could elevate his status even exceeding Moss this year. Collie is a rookie with a lot to learn, but has good hands/instincts. He will likely be the Colts #3 playing in the slot as Gonzo will move out to fill the void left by Harrison. Not big on Meacham as the ball is tossed around to too many targets in NO.
Dan Lambskin wrote:i wrote a nice long response but my browser crapped out
anyway Meachem is the best option
then Robiske, Collie, Kelly
the others i dont really like
other guys i like not listed are Jauquin Iglesies - Chi, Sammie Stroughter - TB, Brian Hartline - Mia, Deon Butler - Seattle
damn you Dan! haha just kidding but he through out a name that you should have listed, and in deeper leagues with flex positions could turn out to be a real spark that i can just about guarentee is not being drafted. that name would be Brian Hartline WR2, thats right WR2 in camp right now with Miami. i think he actually carries more value than the other Miami WR you have Camarillo.
my Ranks: Meachem
Collie Kelly Robinson Clowney
i heard the mention of Butler with Seattle, who is another sleeper pick, but he is barried unless someone goes down injured i see a handful of balls caught by him in the next couple of years combined if that. Iglesies could be a the real deal for Chicago if him and Cutler get on the same page, but again i don't see that happening this year at least. i think Meachem and Hartline have the best opportunities to produce now and have great careers going forward, Robiskie and Collie are my #3 and #4 picks.
I see you have Jason Hill, he might not make the Niners this year if he doesn't step it up. I doubt Josh Morgan is available but he's developing very very nicely. I like Meachem and Collie is getting rave reviews thus far so they're near the top. Kelly and Robiskie would be the next in line IMO.