(Left: Can Kenny Britt help open up Tennessee's passing game?)
It's always nice to find gems in the late rounds, but somehow a little nicer when they are first year players.
Last year, when I wrote a Top 10 Rookie Report, I made a list in week one that featured Eddie Royal and DeSean Jackson.
Both receivers went on to top 900 receiving yards and were huge parts in their team's offensive success throughout the season.
While it's common knowledge that it usually takes a year or two (sometimes more) for a receiver to adjust to the NFL, there are always a few receivers who put up good enough numbers to be relevant in fantasy football.
And it's my job to find them.
Here's a look at the 10 guys with the best combination of talent, environment, and NFL-readiness.