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Of all the highly touted receivers in this year's draft class, most landed in Situations with some question marks.
Will quarterback Blaine Gabbert be able to get Justin Blackmon the ball?
Can Kevin Kolb step up now that Michael Floyd is opposite Larry Fitzgerald?
Is Matt Hasselbeck good enough at this stage of his career to take advantage of having Kendall Wright opposite Kenny Britt?
Are there too many mouths to feed in Chicago for Alshon Jeffery with Brandon Marshall, Earl Bennett, Evan Rodriguez and pass-catching Matt Forte?
Ditto in Cincinnati between A.J. Green, Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Jones and Orson Charles.
But there are no such questions in Carolina, the Situation where Joe Adams landed.
Quarterback Cam Newton is a very good passer who will only get better.
And the Panthers needed a quality receiver opposite Steve Smith. Adams steps in and is unquestionably the team's second-best receiver.
Following a productive senior season, Adams had a solid Senior Bowl week.
With his skills in this Situation, he is primed to be the 2012 version of Julio Jones, who finished 2011 as the 11th-best fantasy WR (10.6 FPPG).