7. Jordan Reed, Washington
He’s talented. He’s got the potential to be great. But he’s also got a few things working against him. For one, he’s on the Redskins, where he falls behind the likes of Alfred Morris, Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson on Robert Griffin III’s distribution list.
Reed was only able to play in nine games in his rookie season, missing six of those games due to a concussion. Everyone in the league is certainly susceptible to concussions, but in a position like tight end where it’s imperative to live in the middle of the field, it might be more beneficial to look for someone with a little bit cleaner of a track record.
He had 45 receptions for 499 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie and everyone seems excited about his potential. But don’t take the risk on him this year.