It's time to take a stand. Make a call on a wide receiver. Who will surprise - either good or bad? Why?
Chad Parsons: Pierre Garcon gets my vote with his WR4-zone positional ADP. The 49ers are largely undervalued across the skill positions after their abysmal 2016 output. However, Kyle Shanahan, Brian Hoyer, and Pierre Garcon notably breathe life into the offense from a year ago. Even with a mid-QB2 fantasy outcome for Robert Griffin III, Shanahan guided Pierre Garcon to a WR13 finish in 2013's Washington offense. Garcon is the clear lead receiver and in line for his strongest workload since 2013. Even with DeSean Jackson as his running mate, plus Jordan Reed at tight end (better than anything San Francisco has in 2017), Garcon was a top-36 fantasy option the past two seasons. Garcon is priced at his floor with upside for a top-20 finish from there.