Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers: Those who haven't seen Pittsburgh play much may wonder why the Steelers and Patriots battled it out for this smallish, injury-prone restricted free agent, but he's a talented pass-catcher who excels with the ball in his hands. With Antonio Brown drawing more attention, 2013 is Sanders' chance to take off.
Isaiah Pead, RB, St. Louis Rams: The sophomore out of Cincy isn't an every-down back, but that's not why the Rams drafted him. He's potentially a home run hitter along the lines of Reggie Bush or Darren Sproles, who've both shown that a lack of touches doesn't necessarily diminish a RB's ability to put up big fantasy numbers.
Josh Freeman, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cynics say the Bucs taking Mike Glennon in the draft has put the writing on the wall for Freeman, but expect the still-young K-State gunslinger to hold onto the starting gig going into the regular season. Assuming that happens, he'll put up good numbers in a division not exactly built on dominant defenses.