Mark Duncan/Associated Press
The only rookie on this list, Terrance West doesn't bring the cache that Sammy Watkins, Carlos Hyde, Mike Evans, Bishop Sankey or Eric Ebron does, but he's got a lot of potential fantasy value.
Fellow rookie Johnny Manziel has been stealing all the headlines in Cleveland, but West has a ton of talent too and could end up in a better-than-expected situation for the Browns.
Free-agent signee and No. 1 back Ben Tate missed his entire rookie season in 2010, plus a total of eight games in the three seasons since then due to various injuries and cannot be counted on to play a full season.
West is ideally suited for the bruising style of play the AFC North is known for, and new head coach Mike Pettine has already endorsed a committee approach this year, according to Mike Inabinett of AL.com, so even when Tate is healthy, West could get a decent workload.
When Tate inevitably gets banged up, it will be all West, and you can probably wait until the last round or even add him as an undrafted free agent.