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Aug 23, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry (14) can not catch the touchdown pass as Dallas Cowboys defensive back Ryan Smith (33) defends in the second half of the game at Sun Life Stadium. Miami defeated Dallas 25-20. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Dolphins. Jarvis Landry. 2. player. 59. . WR

This rookie receiver from LSU has potential to be offensive rookie of the year and no one is talking about him.

The Dolphins selected him in the 2nd round of this years draft and honestly, they may eventually consider that a steal when it’s all said and done. Landry is more of a possession receiver, who runs brilliant intermediate routes and makes spectacular catches at very clutch points in a game.

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Pair him up with Ryan Tannehill, who’s made his living off finding his receivers underneath and on intermediate passes. These two could become a great duo down in south beach and if Landry is still available in your draft, take him and don’t be afraid to start him.

Like I said before, he has rookie of the year written all over him and has made an impression on his coaches already.