After a first round that was light on skill position players, there was quite a bit more fantasy relevant action in Rounds 2 and 3 of the 2013 NFL Draft. While we still didn't see a lot of quarterbacks come off the board, there were runs on receivers and, surprisingly, tight ends. Fantasy owners might not find a lot of immediate value in these picks, but there could be some sleeper prospects among them.
Terrance Williams, WR, Dallas Cowboys (No. 74): Williams is likely insurance for the oft-injured Miles Austin. But that doesn't mean he can't work into the rotation (remember how Kevin Ogletree started last season?). However, don't expect to see the rookie getting targets ahead of Dez Bryant or a healthy Austin.
Keenan Allen, WR, San Diego Chargers (No. 76): Allen finds himself facing some tough competition if he wants to see any significant playing time. with Danario Alexander, Vincent Brown, Malcom Floyd and Robert Meachem already entrenched in San Diego, it might take an injury or two for Allen to get on the field.
Markus Wheaton, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 79): Wheaton adds more speed to a receiving corps already loaded with it. However, with Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders pretty locked in as the top two options in the passing game, Wheaton's best hope will be to work as a slot option. He'll have a tough time finding his way onto fantasy rosters this year.
Stedman Bailey, WR, St. Louis Rams (No. 92): The Rams found West Virginia receivers to be so nice, they drafted one twice. After taking Tavon Austin in the first round, St. Louis selected his running mate in the third round. Yes, Brandon Gibson is gone ... but Chris Givens and Brian Quick are still there. Even if the Rams re-create The Greatest Show on Turf, there won't be enough targets to go around.