14. Mohamed Sanu, WR Bengals- He can be a great compliment to Green on this offense. Sanu is more of a possession receiver and won’t stretch the field too much. But can collect a good amount of points on PPR leagues.
13. Stephen Hill, WR Jets- His physical appearance reminds me of another Georgia Tech receiver, Calvin Johnson. He will most likely be the number two receiver for the Jets but with Sanchez and Tebow throwing to you, good luck!
12. Alshon Jeffery, WR Bears- He’ll be battling to be the number two receiver in Chicago. He is a big target who can jump, which makes him a huge red-zone threat.
11. Kendall Wright, WR Titans- Wright is in a good situation. With Kenny Britt getting in trouble and suffering multiple injuries he could be the number one receiver. He will also be a go-to target for whoever is playing QB: Hasselbeck or Locker.
10. Brandon Weeden, QB Browns- This is a tough pick-up because he is already 29. But that just means that he doesn’t have time to learn, he has to go in and produce right away.
9. Coby Fleener, TE Colts- Teaming up with his college QB Andrew Luck in Indy can result in another great tandem like Manning-Clark.
8. Ryan Tannehill, QB Dolphins- Has only had one full year of experience at the QB position. Miami not only drafted him but also signed his college coach, Mike Sherman, to be his offensive coordinator. I think Tannehill can be a good QB, but will take a few years to develop.