Tavon Austin, WR, Rams
Austin came into the 2013 season billed as arguably the greatest offensive weapon in the draft. His first-year numbers were pedestrian on paper (40 catches for 418 yards and four TDs), but Austin did flash some of his dazzling potential toward the end of the season. In back-to-back November games, the diminutive dynamo caught four passes for a combined 177 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 69 yards and an additional touchdown, and threw in a breathtaking 98-yard punt return. That could be closer to the norm in 2014. (Getty Photo/Christian Petersen)
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