2016 Outlook: Despite signing a five-year, $40 million contract, Smith was rarely used during his first season with the 49ers. He saw only 59 targets, which led to 33 catches for 663 yards and four TDs. He did average 20.1 yards per reception to top the NFL. The biggest reason for optimism is the arrival of Chip Kelly and his fast-paced offense. Kelly helped coax big fantasy seasons out of DeSean Jackson in 2013 and Jeremy Maclin in 2014, but Nelson Agholor struggled as the Eagles' top perimeter WR last season. Still, Smith's big-play ability and his expected uptick in volume due to Kelly's scheme make him an interesting flex option.
2016 Outlook: The 49ers took Smelter in the fourth round of the 2015 draft, but a torn ACL cost him his entire rookie season. The former Georgia Tech receiver is 6-foot-2, 227 pounds, and he is dynamic with the ball in his hands. The 49ers' receiver situation is wide open after Torrey Smith, which gives Smelter a chance to earn significant playing time as a de facto rookie. Monitor his progress throughout training camp, and if he pushes toward the top of the team's depth chart, consider grabbing him in the later rounds of your draft.