Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Buccaneers have lost both Adam Humphries and DeSean Jackson in the offseason leaving a huge gap in the wide receiving core of the Buccaneers heading into the season. Godwin had a breakout campaign last season going for 59 catches, 842 yards and 7 touchdowns. Godwin will now step into a starter role for the Buccaneers who have shown an inability to run the ball as well as hold onto leads. That means they are going to have to throw the ball.
The Buccaneers have two obvious high valued receivers in Mike Evans and OJ Howard. Godwin should be able to slip down in drafts; his current ADP is projecting him as a 5thround pick. Most drafters will not look to him that high, he can be a steal on an up-tempo offense.
Christian Kirk, Arizona Cardinals
I was a major believer in Christian Kirk last season, and he had moments where he proved me correct. Kirk will enter the season with a new QB at the helm and a new offensive game plan. Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury will lead to major production for most Cardinals offensive players. We know Kingsbury will be pass happy with his offense, so Kyler Murray could easily put up north of 500 pass attempts in 2019.
Kirk is currently projecting as a seventh-round pick. Overall his ranking is as high as the #32 pick in some drafts. In this new offense Kirk will have the chance to be a top receiver on teams especially in PPR.
Tyrell Williams, Oakland Raiders
Williams has moved out of the shadow of Keenan Allen and entered the shadow of Antonio Brown. Taking over the number two receiver role in Oakland doesn’t sound like a big deal but the history of the second receiver behind Antonio Brown should be something to look in to. Juju Smith-Schuster and company have built their careers on being the second option opening up the field for single coverage.
Williams has only had over 100 targets one in his career. In 2016 getting over 100 targets led to major production with 69 catches, 1,059 yards and seven touchdowns. The Raiders have to replace over 359 targets from last season, if Brown plays then obviously, he will get over 100 but Williams should be second. The Raiders have a lot of inner turmoil, but Williams speed and upside should make him a target for later rounds. You can easily get him with one of your last couple picks, he will have the potential be a huge player down the stretch of your fantasy season.