Mike Evans, WR
Lock Mike Evans in as a top-ten WR if not a top-five come seasons end. Mike Evans has topped 1,000 yards in each of his five seasons in the NFL and there is no reason to expect that to change.
Evans managed to put up over 1,500 yards and eight touchdowns last season, which impressed even with rotating quarterback play and terrible coaching. Evans will likely be a round two or three pick and is poised for his biggest season to date now that he has an offensive guru as his head coach.
It would be nice to see Evans get more receptions and finally catch over 100 balls. In five seasons Evans has only topped 75 catches twice. Evans will be a WR1 or a WR2 on teams and will be a player you can lock into your lineup on a weekly basis regardless of matchup. Evans should be successful regardless of who is under center but a healthy and productive Jameis Winston can give us the best season Evans has ever had and by a mile.
With only one other established WR on the team there should be more than enough targets to go around for Evans.