When DeAndre Hopkins was taken with the 27th overall pick in 2013, most people thought he'd be a pretty good player. Few saw him becoming one of the top five wide receivers in all of football, but that's precisely what has happened. What makes Hopkins's performance even more remarkable is that he did his damage last season (111 catches, 1,521 yards, 11 touchdowns) with four different starting quarterbacks, notching at least one 100-yard game with all four signal-callers. Hopkins is not especially fast, but he has an amazing knack for spectacular plays in traffic and superhero-quality body control. Hopkins will get to feel what it's like to play with a franchise quarterback this season now that the Texans have Brock Osweiler, a move that should only solidify Hopkins's status as an elite wide receiver in the NFL.
READERS' CHOICE: J.J. Watt