Despite Amari Cooper producing over 2,000 receiving yards in his first two seasons, Cooper has caught some flack basically because of his third season. Still under the age of 25, Cooper still has plenty of upside left to showcase. He will move into a true WR1 target role, which should help him moving forward. Cooper was drafted fourth overall back in 2015, which has given him quite a high standard that he hasn’t quite followed up on yet. Cooper went to Alabama, which has produced a handful of top end skill position players over the last decade. Cooper still has plenty of time to rebound.