Consistency will be key for Titans WR Justin Hunter this season.
"He's a young guy and it's a hard adjustment for a guy to come in here from a collegiate level to an NFL level," Nate Washington said. "You're playing against 29- and 30-year old men. That's something he has to understand, something he's better understood in this offseason."
The 30-year-old Washington, entering his 10th season in the league, looks for Hunter to be more comfortable as a second-year pro.
"His confidence is going to grow," Washington said. "Confidence is everything in this league. Once the confidence grows, the plays will start coming. I think he's been making a good transition here in this offseason of understanding what's expected of him. Now he understands what he's capable of – 'Where do I stand with the guys that have already been here?' So that's good for him."
We have Hunter just 67th on our list but he has an ADP of the 14th round, so fantasy players seem to at least be interested in his potential - enough to make him a late round pick.