- Tim Kavanagh, Fantasy and Insider
Prior to the 2012 draft, there was significant buzz about Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd, so much so that some believed he could be the first WR off the board in that year's event. He lasted beyond Justin Blackmon, and was not taken until No. 13 overall by the Arizona Cardinals; however, it was seen as a good fit because the Cards needed a secondary receiving threat beyond Larry Fitzgerald. Floyd wasn't terrible as a rookie -- 45 receptions for 562 yards and two TDs -- but some believe that he can make significant strides in his work this fall.