Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
Tavon Austin showed to be among the most powerful athletes at the 2013 NFL Combine.
The greatest issue worrying Austin has actually always been his size. At just 5'8", Austin should excel at the speed and athleticism drills to show he's worth a high draft pick.
He not just stood out, he went beyond all expectations. He ran a 4.34 40-yard dash and had a 32" vertical to go with it. While he'll never ever be a legitimate No. 1 receiver like Calvin Johnson or Larry Fitzgerald, he still has the capability to be a dynamic player in Fantasy Football.
Think of him as a more athletic version of Wes Welker. He's got wonderful hands and an amazing capacity to make plays after the catch. Whoever winds up drafting him is visiting be preparing a truly unique playmaker.
Try to find Austin to stand out in PPR organizations and for him to make an effect in a lot of ways as a rookie.
In a reasonably weak class of running backs, Davis made a sturdy statement as a sleeper choice come April.
Davis was hampered with injuries in the 2011 season and never ever appeared to fully recover this previous period for the University of Arkansas. He was at some point benched, which hurt his overall draft stock.
However, Davis showed at the integrate that he could still be an exceptionally gifted playmaker at the next level. He's got the rate (4.37 40-yard dash) and strength to be an every-down back in the NFL.
While he will not warrant an early-round choice in Fantasy Football, he might end up having an impact just like Alfred Morris in the 2013 season.
Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
Had Rogers remained at the College of Tennessee, we would likely be talking about him as first-round choice this year. Off-field concerns required him off the Volunteers to a smaller sized school in Tennessee Tech College.
Off-field concerns aside, Rogers showed to be one of the better all-around athletes at the integrate. Not only does he have the rate to beat cornerbacks deep, but he also has the speed and speed to make plays after the catch.
As long as he could remain out of difficulty, he can end up having quite the rookie period.
Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
Not just did Eifert different himself as the leading tight end in this year's category, he virtually definitely assured himself a high draft choice.
Eifert has all the tools you want in a three-down tight end. He's got terrific hands, the capacity to make plays vertically and he is a eager and capable blocker. Exactly what Eifert actually showed at the combine was the ability to easily change instructions.
At 250 pounds, it shouldn't be as easy to change instructions as Eifert made it to be. He went from being one of the most solid novice prospects in the draft to being a potential stud at the next level.
Search for him to master Fantasy Football as a novice and develop himself as one of the premier players at his position early in his profession.
He's got great hands and an astonishing ability to make plays after the catch. Whoever ends up drafting him is going to be preparing a genuinely special playmaker.
Eifert has all the devices you desire in a three-down tight end. He's got excellent hands, the capacity to make plays vertically and he is a capable and eager blocker. What Eifert actually showed at the incorporate was the capability to quickly change directions.