13. Jaylen Samuels, Steelers (Sleeper)
With Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown both gone, the Steelers have a lot of productivity to replace, and Samuels figures to help make up for their absence. As a rookie, he didn’t get much of an opportunity until the last week of the season. But he made the most of his opportunity, accumulating 172 all-purpose yards in a game against the Patriots.
His versatility may actually be what makes Samuels so intriguing. He was actually listed as a tight end for most of his college career. Even if the Steelers use him primarily as a running back, Samuels should catch plenty of passes. Pittsburgh will also find ways to put him and starting running back James Conner on the field at the same time. In short, Samuels will get plenty of reps, regardless of where he lines up, giving him a chance to rack up big-time fantasy points this season.