12. Odell Beckham Jr., WR, Cleveland
If this was a list based on talent and potential alone, Beckham would be pushing for a top-5 spot. The only things holding him back are the injuries that have caused him to miss 16 games over the past two seasons. However, Beckham has made the most of his time when he’s been on the field. When he’s healthy, he’s arguably the most electric offensive player in the NFL. Beckham is one of the few players that makes difficult catches look easy, even the one-handed variety.
With his trade to Cleveland over the off-season, there’s every chance that Beckham can get his career back on track if he can stay healthy. With the Browns, he’ll be on one of the most exciting teams in football and have a young, promising quarterback throwing him the ball. At age 26, the sky is still the limit for Beckham.