WRIGHT PUT up monster numbers in Baylor's explosive offense, and the Titans believe he can replicate that production in the pros. He's electric in space, and he possesses the frame and big-play capability that have led some to compare him with the Panthers' Steve Smith. Wright is penciled in at the slot, where the Tennessee QBs will flick the ball to him and watch him run.
11 Isaiah PEAD
AS LONG as Steven Jackson is happy and healthy in St. Louis, Pead's fantasy upside has a ceiling. A smallish but productive back, Pead averaged 6.0 yards per carry and gained more than 4,000 yards during his career at Cincinnati. The Rams see him as the perfect change of pace to the bruising S-Jax, and he'll contribute across the board right away.
12 Rueben RANDLE
THE GIANTS were ecstatic to find a first-round talent like Randle still available at the end of the second round. At 6' 3" and 210 pounds, he has an NFL-ready body, and at LSU he consistently produced in the defense-heavy SEC. There are much worse places for a rookie to be than the third receiver in an elite passing offense.
13 Ronnie HILLMAN
A PLAYER whom John Elway describes as "electric," Hillman figures to be the Broncos' second back heading into camp. Extremely productive in college (more than 3,000 yards and nearly 40 touchdowns in two years at San Diego State), Hillman has a knack for breaking a big run. Having Peyton Manning around should help plenty too.