With training camps finally underway, the itch for fantasy football has officially begun.
Focusing in on the wonderful world of wide receivers, it's time to look at five things you need to know about the position.
From guys who might not be worth drafting to players you would be foolish to forget, it's time to scratch that itch and find out what's what heading into your drafts this summer.
So what are you waiting for? Start the slideshow below to find out five things you need to know about the wide receiver position in 2013!
*All stats provided by Pro-Football Reference unless noted otherwise.
*All Average Draft Positions courtesy of My Fantasy League.com unless noted otherwise.
Last season, Smith saw most of his action downfield. Thanks to the atomic arm of Joe Flacco, Smith embraced his speed and size for the Ravens and carved out a role by making plays deep throughout the season.
That type of play proved to be inconsistent for fantasy owners, but in 2013, things are about to change.
With Boldin now playing in San Francisco and Pitta out for the year, the gifted Smith's role in this offense is sure to expand.
Becoming Flacco's true No. 1 option, Smith should see a ton of targets this season.
Whether he succeeds in that role or struggles, if one thing is clear, it's that all of the tools are in place for Smith to break the stigma of being just a "deep-ball" threat.
Now's the time for Smith to put it all together and step out of the shadows as an elite fantasy wide receiver.
With an ADP of 59.81, this mid-to-late round pick could pay off monster dividends for you all season long.
Right now Britt's ADP is sitting at 89.61. That puts him below guys like James Jones, Greg Jennings, Cecil Shorts, Josh Gordon, Steve Johnson and DeSean Jackson.
And while many owners will select those other players, the talented but troubled Britt could have a higher ceiling than any of the guys who are being taken before him.
Why you ask? Well, outside of his sheer size and obscene catch radius, think about this for a second.
In 2010, Britt scored nine touchdowns in just 12 games. And before suffering a torn ACL in Week 3 of the 2011-12 NFL season, Britt had racked up 289 yards receiving and three touchdowns to kick off the year.
Coming into camp in shape and ready to go, Britt has made it clear that his goal is to become the Titans No. 1 receiver once again.
And if he shows up healthy, poised and stays out of trouble, Britt could end up becoming the No. 1 receiver on your fantasy team in 2013.
While a lot of savvy fantasy owners knew that Nelson wouldn't duplicate his ridiculous 1,200-yard, 15-touchdown season, others believed Nelson had truly arrived as an elite fantasy target.
Last season, Nelson became a major disappointment for those who drafted him.
Battling injuries, Nelson finished with just 49 receptions on 71 targets; a huge drop-off from his 68-reception, 96-target season the year before.
But now entering the 2013 NFL season, the talented Nelson could rise to glory once again for fantasy owners across the globe.
Thanks to Greg Jennings now sporting a purple and gold uniform, Nelson should see increased targets all season long.
Lining up as the true No 1 receiver to the ultra-talented Aaron Rodgers will not only give this former Kansas State University standout a significant chance at breaking the 1,000-yard receiving mark, but he should be able to come close to hitting it big with double-digit touchdowns once again.
With an ADP of 45.53, Nelson could pay off huge for those who draft him this summer.
Thanks in part to catching passes from an atrocious group of quarterbacks and being a rookie, Floyd's production was pretty stagnant during a rough year for the Cardinals' organization.
But with a new season comes new opportunities.
Thanks to the arrival of offensive guru Bruce Arians and a new quarterback in Carson Palmer, Floyd's second season could blossom into a fantastic one.
When talking about the addition of Palmer with Arizonasports.com, Floyd said:
The experience is great, and also his leadership on the field and off the field is really good for me.
Currently with an ADP of 121.17, for those looking for depth and value, Floyd is oozing with talent and could end up becoming a great pick as the Cardinals will look to air it out all season long.
A guy who's been soaring up fantasy draft boards this summer is Randall Cobb.
According to Pro Football Focus (subscription required), Cobb graded out as the 11th-best wide receiver in all of football last season.
Now with Greg Jennings gone and 102 targets to his name last season, the versatile Cobb is quickly becoming the sexiest pick at the wide receiver position.
Right now, Cobb's ADP is 26.65. That's higher than guys like Andre Johnson, Hakeem Nicks, Larry Fitzgerald and Roddy White.
With Jordy Nelson, James Jones and Jermichael Finley all yearning for touches in the Green Bay passing attack, the question becomes is Cobb worth that high of a selection?