Top receiving option Miles Austin is well-established as Tony Romo's favorite target, but the jury is still out on the No. 2 option.
The hope was that by now, Dez Bryant would have developed into a real threat. Bryant showed flashes as a rookie, but his season could be described as inconsistent.
With Bryant struggling to find his footing, it leaves the door open for other receivers to step up. James Cleveland of the Houston Cougars is a diamond in the rough waiting for his chance to shine.
Thanks to a transfer and later a suspension in his senior season, Cleveland missed significant time. When he was on the field, though, he was tough to stop.
In 2009, when he was part of a near record-setting offensive at Houston, Cleveland caught 104 passes for 1,214 yards and 14 touchdowns.
At just six feet tall, he isn't that big a target, but he plays much bigger than that. He goes up and gets the jump ball incredibly well, making him an ideal red-zone receiver.