Robinson possesses a large frame and is tough, possessing very solid after-the-catch ability and he excels at breaking tackles and picking up yards after the catch. Robinson set the Penn State record with 77 receptions in 2012 and broke his own record with 97 receptions in 2013.
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Fantasy Football Warehouse presents its 2014 rankings which will continue to be updated through free agency, after the NFL Draft, spring OTAs, summer camps and pre-season to help in your fantasy football domination this year. Detailed projections will be published in the summer. Kicker and defensive team rankings will be published in the summer.
A former receiver in high school, Sims is arguably the best receiving back in this year’s draft and has 203 career college receptions with a 10.4 yards per catch average. After three years at the University of Houston, Sims transferred to West Virginia prior to the 2013 season. He’ll be 24 in September 2014.
Carr has arguably the strongest arm in the 2013 draft and led the NCAA in passing yards (5,083) and TDs (50) in 2013 in a wide-open attack offense. Derek Carr is the younger brother of former #1 overall pick David Carr.