Western Kentucky product Taywan Taylor entered Tennessee Titans camps as an outsider. The Titans selected Western Michigan star Corey Davis with the No. 5 overall pick in April's NFL Draft. Davis figures to be a focal point in the passing game, as is veteran TE Delanie Walker.
Taylor has gone under the radar, but don't let that fool you. Marcus Mariota's development the past two years suggests Tennessee is a bigger threat to throw the ball than they have been in years and Taylor is a terrific deep threat that can make defenders miss. He's even a threat on end-arounds, reverses and other creative ways to garner 'carries.'
He suffered a bruised calf in the third preseason game and indeed starts the season behind Davis, veteran Eric Decker and even Rishard Matthews on the depth chart, but all that means is he's a bargain in your fantasy league, partricularly deep dynasty leagues.
Keep an eye on Taylor's development early this season and beat your buddies to the punch on Taywan Taylor.