By Cory J. Bonini on April 29, 2011
Fantasy analysis: Little has size, speed and excellent hands. He could start from Week 1 of his rookie season and deserves fantasy attention late in your draft.
The biggest negative, other than a rookie wideout learning the West Coast offense, is Colt McCoy. While McCoy is serviceable, he hardly excites fantasy owners with his game manager approach.
Late-season weather in Cleveland isn't pretty, but with a dearth of talent at the position, Little could be the go-to guy early in his career. Terrible teams produce fantasy stars, but he has an uphill battle before you can consider him anything close to a sure thing.
For now, Little should be a priority in keeper formats and deserves consideration in the early portion of the latter stages of your single-year drafts.