Largely overshadowed by Odell Beckham Jr, Sterling Shepard was drafted in the second round back in 2016. He played college ball at Oklahoma, where he posted strong numbers in a high octane offense. Shepard posted a decent rookie season, scoring eight touchdowns, and over 600 receiving yards. Shepard is still on the younger side, but his time in New York is going to be second to their main studs on offense. Unless he has a change of scenery it is hard to envision Shepard producing major numbers. Shepard is an interesting watch over the next few seasons still due to his talent.