11. He's small, not necessarily that fast, and white.
Sounds like a college basketball point guard at best, right?
Despite his physical appearance and all the stereotypes, Welker has developed into the Patriots' staple third-down option.
While being used as an extended running back the past two years, Welker has recorded seasons of 111 and 112 catches, while topping 1,100 yards both times.
Welker will remain in Randy Moss' shadow for all of eternity, but his shiftiness, route running, solid speed, and excellent hands land him one spot away from the top 10, whether you liked his mustache last year, or not.
12. Colston is a superstar waiting to happen, through he's slightly held back by an offense that loves to spread the ball around. He has great size to go with adequate speed, but his injury and poor play upon his return last season raises some eyebrows.
13. Roddy White is another up-and-coming receiver who may have reached his potential too soon. It's hard to say if Matt Ryan will ever be able to fully utilize him in a run oriented offense, but it's safe to say White has become one of the better deep options in the league today.
14. While Santonio Holmes has yet to record a 1,000 yard season, he is responsible for winning the 2008 Super Bowl, and has shown flashes of greatness over the span of his three season career.
15. Donald Driver, even after all this time, is still probably one of the most underrated receivers in the league. Despite being drafted in the seventh round, Driver has been able to reel off six 1,000 yard seasons, while becoming Brett Favre's favorite target, and a reliable option for Aaron Rodgers.