Houston Texans rookie wide receiver and fourth round pick Keshawn Martin is separating himself from the pack as the team's third wide receiver, according to a tweet from John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. The former Michigan State wide receiver has been a standout of Texans practice since the spring, and his skill set is an ideal fit for the slot. Lester Jean also created a buzz during mini-camp, but he is more suited to play on the outside, where Kevin Walter and Andre Johnson top the depth chart.
Analysis: The Texans don't exactly air the ball out like they used to, so Martin won't be of much value in re-draft leagues. Owners in dynasty leagues will want to take notice of Martin's role in the offense, though. He has the quickness and reliable hands to develop into an impact player out of the slot.