Paul Richardson is hoping 2016 will be a breakout season since it's his third year in the NFL, and there's only one way to go with his production. He only played in one game in 2015 and had one catch for 40 yards, which happened in Week 10. He then missed the rest of the season with a hamstring injury, but he should be fine for training camp. Richardson, who had 29 catches for 271 yards and one touchdown as a rookie in 2014, could be the No. 4 receiver for the Seahawks behind Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett and Jermaine Kearse. But even in that role he would have minimal Fantasy value. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day.