Nicks, drafted as a No. 1 fantasy wide receiver in most leagues, suffered through a forgettable 2012 campaign. While he played in 13 games, the veteran out of North Carolina suffered through nagging knee injuries throughout the year and finished with his worst statistical totals at the pro level. While he has the talent to be one of the league's more productive wideouts and is entering a contract year, which motivates a lot of athletes to put up big totals, Nicks' proneness to injuries will make him one of the bigger risk-reward players at his position in 2013 drafts. At 25 and still yet to enter the prime of his career, though, Nicks will be worth a roll of the dice somewhere in the middle rounds as a No. 2 fantasy wideout. If he falls in your draft and you land him as a third option, well, you could end up with quite a bargain.