Sometime in mid-to-late August, some of you will be scrambling during the later rounds to find a player to fill your roster and will resort to picking the "best available." This is to help prevent you from doing just that. Because as we all know, "best available" doesn't always mean the best available.
Jordan Matthews WR, Eagles
Jordan Matthews is in position to be a fantasy football star. He's 6'3, ran a 4.4 40 time, had a 35.5" vertical, and his hands measured at a ridiculous 10 3/8". Knowing that, it's easy to see how he's the SEC's all time leader in receptions (262) and yards (3,759). With Chip Kelly in charge and Nick Foles at QB, Matthews should see plenty of action in their high octane offense.
Marquess Wilson WR, Bears
Wilson is primed for a breakout season. He will be playing the third receiver in a high powered offense that features two of the league's best receivers, and one of the league's top running backs. This will make it easy for teams to forget about him. He will be seeing mismatches all season.
Colt Lyerla TE, Packers
Lyerla found the perfect team when he went undrafted in May. Although he was suspended most of the 2013 season, his 2011, and 2012 seasons were productive. He managed 32 receptions and 12 touchdowns (1 rushing TD) and had an average of almost 17 yards per catch in college. With a 39" vertical, Aaron Rodgers will find a way to get him the ball.
Tre' Mason RB, Rams
The Rams needed someone that could give Zac Stacy a break without changing their game plan. Mason is the perfect man for that job. Both ran in the 4.5 range on their 40 times, both are 5'8, and both are punishing backs that refuse to be tackled by just one guy. Mason should see the field a lot in a division that demands a steady run game.
Jeremy Hill RB, Bengals
Hill will have to beat out the Law Firm Benjarvis Green-Ellis to see substantial playing time. He stands 6'1 233 lbs, with a 4.6 40 time. But where he lacks in speed he makes up for in power, breaking through arm tackles on a regular basis. He averaged an outrageous 6.9 yards per carry last season. He should get plenty of carries in goal line situations, or as a change-of-pace back.
Don't let your season be ruined because you let these guys slip your mind. Even if they go undrafted in your league, remember their names and claim them before it's to late.