Fantasy Football: The Top 10 Sleepers You Should Target In 2014

2 of 12

Dec 8, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter (15) pulls in a forty one yard touchdown reception in the third quarter against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

. WR. Tennessee Titans. Justin Hunter. 10. player. 35

Justin Hunter is one of the most talented, pound-for-pound, receivers in the AFC especially if the Titans can get some consistency from quarterback Jake Locker. As most of us know, Locker hasn’t been able to stay on the field but when he does, Hunter is his go-to guy.

Hunter was targeted 42 times in 2013 (his rookie season), eclipsing the 100 yards receiving mark just twice out of their 16 games. Don’t let those numbers fool you though, the Titans quarterback situation wasn’t that great and their running game is a bit suspect as well.

We cannot forget to mention the addition of offensive guru, Ken Whisenhunt, who took over as the head coach this season. With Whisnehunt calling the plays, and Locker being healthy, all signs point to Hunter having a great second season in Tennessee.

He’s already gotten off to hot start in the preseason as well, having caught 4 passes for 111 yards and 2 touchdowns against the Saints in week two. Hunter displayed his big play ability when he caught a pass across the middle and ran 64 yards for one of his scores.

Fantasy Pro’s has Hunter at a 157th average draft position, so his stock isn’t highly valued. If he slips to you late and you’re undecided who to pick, definitely take a chance on this young receiver.