Marquess Wilson is considered the leading candidate for the No. 3 wide receiver job.
Wilson may be known more for his accusations towards former head coach Mike Leach for abusive practices and the fact he quit the Washington State football team than he is for his ability/potential. Wilson is a wide out who stands about 6'4" who can go up and get the ball as well as adjust in the air to bring down a pass over smaller defensive backs. He has good hands and while not as hyped as some of the others in his draft class he has the potential to have a much better career and it starts with this opportunity that he appears headed to. He may still be a year away in regards to redraft leagues, but should be owned in all dynasty formats.
Analyst: Michael Pichan View Profile
Do the Bears even throw it to the No. 3 wide receiver? Or at least enough to make a significant fantasy impact? Probably not. With Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery hoarding all the targets and Martellus Bennett getting his fair share, there's little left for the supporting cast. Maybe Wilson has increased value if there's an injury, but with full health to the team, he's not someone on whom to rely.
Analyst: Howard Bender View Profile