Five Nfl Wide Receivers Poised To Break Out In Year 2

In the pass-happy NFL of today, it's clear that wide receiver is a top position. 

This is clear not only because the salaries of veteran wide receiver stars are going through the roof, but also because more and more people are interested in top possibilities at the position.

In Round 1 of the 2022 NFL Draft, as in the 2020 draft, a record six receivers were taken. 

One of these picks, Garrett Wilson, who was taken by the New York Jets with the 10th overall pick, became the second wide receiver in a row to win Offensive Rookie of the Year, after Ja'Marr Chase. 

Also, Chris Olave, who was taken by the New Orleans Saints one pick after Wilson, joined Wilson in going over 1,000 yards in Year 1.

And these two weren't the only rookie wide receivers who showed promise last year, which brings us to the question that drives this piece.

Which second-year wide receivers are likely to improve the most in 2023?

I looked at the pool of candidates through the lens of my context-based models and scouted the likely worth increase for each sophomore receiver based on how well they did last year.

Here are the five second-year wide receivers who are expected to make the biggest difference in win share.

And yes, I had to throw in some fantasy analysis, since the position is becoming more and more important to the game.

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