Since the pro football is an offensively-driven league, those playmakers slated to hit 2013 NFL free agency have inflated marketability.
Just lining up as a receiver, running back or tight end these days earns any player a look, because a faster and more explosive pace has taken over the league.
That said, there are only a select number of athletes that truly standout among their playmaking peers. Take Wes Welker of the New England Patriots for example.
He's Tom Brady's favorite target, and the Patriots possess a competitive advantage because of Welker's quickness and instincts. Few players impact an offense like Welker, and even fewer may be available for long as free agents.
Note: Full unofficial list of 2013 free agents courtesy of NFL.com.