A late round fantasy draft pick can define a team. Depending on the scoring system implemented in your league, the wide receiver position can be extremely valuable.
Some fantasy teams win their leagues based on those star players drafted in the first round; an Aaron Rodgers or an Arian Foster, perhaps. However, for many, it is those late round draft picks that can make or break a team.
Finding a diamond in the rough is a fantastically rewarding feeling, and one that proves worthy of showboating in your best friend's face.
It can be the difference between a single high point scoring player and a fantasy owner working the free agency pool like the $1 DVD bin at your local Blockbuster (if they still exist).
Here's your cheat sheet to five late round wide receivers to draft before your idiot buddies do.