14. Mike Williams, Buccaneers: It will be interesting to see how Tampa’s young offensive players progress.
15. Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs: I’m betting that his 15 touchdowns last season were an anomaly.
16. Sidney Rice, Seahawks: It’s worth noting that Rice signed in Seattle after QB Tarvaris Jackson did.
17. Anquan Boldin, Ravens: Jamison Hensley said Boldin will get 90 catches. Who am I to question Jamison?
18. Brandon Lloyd, Broncos: See Bowe, Dwayne and apply it to all of Lloyd’s fantasy numbers from 2010.
19. Santonio Holmes, Jets: Great receiver, but he’s stuck with Mark Sanchez and a run-heavy offense.
20. Dez Bryant, Cowboys: Bryant and Austin will benefit from having a healthy Tony Romo under center.
21. Wes Welker, Patriots: His numbers took a dive in 2010. Was it because of the knee or something else?
22. Stevie Johnson, Bills: He is the unquestioned No. 1 receiver now that Lee Evans is in Baltimore.
23. Jeremy Maclin, Eagles: This “mystery illness” that knocked Maclin out of training camp is concerning.
24. Kenny Britt, Titans: I’m not wasting a pick hoping this troubled talent will pan out, but you can if you want.
25. Chad Ochocinco, Patriots: He’ll be focused, but don’t expect a Randy Moss-like renaissance.
26. Percy Harvin, Vikings: How will he fare as Minnesota’s top target? Will he click with Donovan McNabb?
27. Austin Collie, Colts: This guy was on a tear last season until concussions knocked him out of the lineup.
28. Steve Smith, Panthers: Playing with Cam Newton should mean a somewhat productive season for Smith.
29. Mike Sims-Walker, Rams: He’s like kryptonite for me, but I’m intrigued now that he’s with Sam Bradford.
30. Mario Manningham, Giants: He had 944 receiving yards and nine scores in 2010. Now he’s a starter.
If you really want to draft a rookie…
Go with A.J. Green, who is head and shoulders the top receiver on the Bengals’ roster right now.
Three wide receivers with sleeper potential…
1. Roy Williams: I know, I know, it’s Roy Williams. But it’s also a Mike Martz offense.
2. Sidney Rice: If he plays like the receiver we saw in 2009, he will be a steal.
3. Jordy Nelson: Will he build on his strong Super Bowl run with the Packers?
Three wide receivers I’d draft with caution…
1. Hines Ward: Turn off the lights and lock the doors. It’s over, at least in terms of his fantasy value.
2. Kenny Britt: He’s on Roger Goodell’s hit list, and he hasn’t come close to playing up to his potential.
3. Santana Moss: John Beck. Rex Grossman. John Beck. Rex Grossman. John Beck. Rex Grossman.
Matt Vensel is a blogger and community coordinator for The Baltimore Sun. Send your fantasy questions and comments to Matt.Vensel@baltsun.com, @mattvensel on Twitter or leave them in the comments section below.