This rookie wide receiver class is one of the deepest in years. The next eight wide outs that I will briefly discuss all have the ability to start in the NFL and be productive. I have my doubts that more than one or two of them will become superstars, but they will be good depth for your dynasty team. Each receiver has a wart or two that is pushing them slightly down the rankings. I have ranked them by skill level from the games and practices I have watched.
8. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
He is a physical player who can battle defensive backs up and down the field. Matthews knows how to use his body to create space and has good hands. His 2013 numbers were more of a result of a lack of other offensive weapons as he played more successfully with Jordan Rodgers (Aaron’s younger brother) throwing him the ball and Zach Stacy (now starter for St. Louis) running it. He plays a bit stiff and is a long strider, but is athletic enough to be a great WR2 in the NFL. If he ends up being a receiver in a target rich environment like Carolina or Oakland, Matthews could have even greater value than some on my first list.