Amon-Ra St. Brown – Wide receiver
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Our first rookie makes an appearance on the list—the Detroit Lions drafted Amon-Ra St. Brown in the fourth round of this year’s NFL Draft.
The Lions needed to fill the gaps at the receiver position but knew they had more important places to upgrade; Campbell and his crew made a solid value pick in St. Brown.
The role of Goff’s primary target has yet to be decided. Perriman and Williams have issues staying healthy, opening St. Brown’s door to impress the coaching staff.
Dan Campbell told the media how he loves his work ethic and how he is “very detail orientated for a rookie.” In the same article, St. Brown triumphed over Devonta Smith in rookie production.
He is not someone I would draft as a starter, but if you want to leave the draft early, put him in your queue and shut your laptop.
The Detroit Lions have fantasy-caliber players this year. The organization has done everything right when it comes to a successful rebuild so far. These are only a few players to add to your rosters; the list will grow to reach training camp.
As the summer continues to roll along and fans start putting together their personal rankings and draft boards, these are four players you need to have highlighted at their respective positions.