Although the wide receiver position is not held in the same regard as the running back position in fantasy football (especially when it comes to rookies), this year’s crop of rookie wideout prospects is both too deep and talented to be ignored.
The 2014 class of rookie wide receivers may not take long to make their presence felt, as players such as Sammy Watkins and Mike Evans have the big-play ability to shine right off the bat. It’s not just Watkins and Evans, as the position is deep enough where many will make a long-lasting impact.
With talent up and down the board, expect to see a lot of receivers have their name called early and often.
What follows in this slideshow are the top 10 wide receivers (ranked in order of long-term fantasy success) you should target in your fantasy drafts this summer.