2013 Outlook: At 5-foot-9 and 174 pounds featuring 4.34 40-yard speed and unbelievable quickness, Austin is a matchup nightmare. St. Louis traded up to get him eighth overall in April's draft and will immediately install him as a featured player in its offense. You probably won't see Austin lined up out wide very much in his rookie year, but he'll be everywhere else, much like Randall Cobb in Green Bay. The Rams still must prove they've fixed the offensive line problems that have plagued them throughout Sam Bradford's tenure, but Austin looks like a good bet for 50-plus touches and several long catch-and-run TDs.
2013 Outlook: A 4.41 40-yard burner whose skills remind us of Mike Wallace, Givens had a five-game stretch early in 2012 where he made at least one catch that went for 50-plus yards. As the season wore on, Givens proved it was possible for him to do more than run go routes, but his game still needs refinement. The Rams will probably give rookie Tavon Austin the most WR touches, but Givens will remain a dangerous target as part of an offense developing an impressive amount of speed. If Sam Bradford gets protection, Austin and Givens can both produce for fantasy.
2013 Outlook: Quick struggled to make the jump from Appalachian State to the NFL, failing to translate his impressive athleticism into rookie production. This April, the Rams selected Tavon Austin with the No. 8 overall pick in the draft and figure to make him the focal point of their passing game. Unfortunately for Quick, Chris Givens and Austin Pettis have played ahead of him in the exhibition season. So while freakish athleticism is still there, it's tough to project a breakout in 2013 for Quick.