GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. There's certainly an elite class atop this group in Graham, Gronk, and Thomas.
Graham just inked a new long-term deal and working in an offense that will throw the ball 650 times this year - Gronk is coming off a torn ACL which has some fans crying 'injury-prone' - and Thomas officially broke out last year and looks to capitalize on Peyton Manning's brilliance here in Colorado ...
Jordan Cameron was having a great year in Cleveland last year until Brian Hoyer went down with an ACL injury, so he hopes to pick up where he left off. Dennis Pitta established himself as Joe Flacco's favorite target in Baltimore after returning from his own injury concerns.
Vernon Davis comes in at number six, but he'll likely begin to play second or third fiddle in the 49ers offense to Michael Crabtree and newly-acquired Stevie Johnson. Then comes old-reliable Jason Witten at seven.
Rounding out the top 10 are three guys with a lot of upside: Greg Olsen is the only receiving threat left in Carolina - Kyle Rudolph looks to continue to climb towards that elite status at tight end after a good year in 2013 - and Jordan Reed just may be the most athletic guy on this list, his issue has been staying healthy.