And we will finish up with a rookie quarterback, Tom Savage, albeit less on merit of his OTA accomplishments. His inclusion here is related to the comments of head coach Bill O'Brien about the state of the quarterback competition around the fourth-rounder out of Pittsburgh.
Savage is in the mix to start for the quarterback-needy Texans this summer, but that is more of an indictment on projected veteran starter Ryan Fitzpatrick and incumbent backups T.J. Yates and Case Keenum. Savage is currently fourth on the depth chart if one existed right now, according to the Houston Chronicle's Brian T. Smith.
Smith reports the Texans might go with just three quarterbacks in training camp, something that would push the strong-armed Savage closer to starting without having to do a thing to impress. The Texans don't want too many quarterbacks taking snaps in training camp, as O'Brien told Smith:
"Any time you have four ... I don't think it’s easy to divide the reps. I think you can really get three guys reps in practice, which is basically what we've been doing. I know that's probably not the easiest thing for those guys. But three out of four have been getting reps."
Savage is a long shot to start, much less impact fantasy football, but you shouldn't feel good about the prospects of Yates or Keenum at this point. One of them could be on the street with you and me soon. Savage at least has the best physical tools of the Texans' ragtag bunch and could emerge down the stretch of the fantasy season as the Texans' starter.
Watch him in training camp along with the rest of the potential early impact rookies featured in this slideshow.
Eric Mack, one of the giants among fantasy writers, was the Fantasy Football Lead Writer for Bleacher Report this past season. He is now an NFL featured writer here. Follow him on Twitter, where you can ask him endless questions about your team, rip him for his content and even challenge him to a head-to-head fantasy game.