No.3: Amon-Ra St.Brown, Wide Receiver, Detroit Lions (RD: 4 PICK: 112)
How can we leave off the player that helped Dan Campbell get his first win as a head coach in the NFL? His stats helped his case, we might add. 90 receptions for over 900 yards and five touchdowns is pretty good for a fourth-round pick, and Amon-Ra St. Brown may have given their Motor City a new shiny toy with high upside.
Taken out of USC, St.Brown arrived in Detroit with name recognition and a hard work ethic. All of what it takes to succeed in this league.
Though the Lions will be picking 2nd in April, St. Brown was a primary target for defenders to focus their attention on throughout his tenure. Improving from this season will go a long way towards Detroit taking the next step in a crowded division.
The Lions have a long road to climb, but they can take solace knowing that not only did they have Penei Sewell to help restart their growth, but having a weapon like St. Brown will be vital to whoever takes the snaps next season.
It could be Jared Goff, or it could be someone else. Time will tell.