6. Keke Coutee, Texans (Sleeper)
You might have caught a little bit of what Coutee brings to the table late last season when the Texans had some injuries at wide receiver. In his NFL debut, he caught 11 passes, instantly putting himself on fantasy radars. He would have been a great free agent pickup in fantasy leagues last season and he could be someone you want to draft in the middle rounds this year.
Obviously, he’ll have to share reps with Deandre Hopkins and Will Fuller, but with Deshaun Watson at quarterback, the Texans should have one of the better offenses in the league, and there should be plenty of passes to go around. Moreover, defenses will forget about Coutee a little bit while worrying about Hopkins and Fuller, so he’s bound to have a few big games this season.