2nd year WR David Clowney, wasn’t clowning around in the Jet’s first preseason game in 2009. The Virginia Tech product hauled in 3 catches (2 very snazzy snags) for 102 yards. With Laveranues Coles out of the picture, and Jerricho Cotchery taking over the #1 WR duties, an impressive preseason may move Clowney into a starting position opposite Cotchery. With only Chansi Stuckey and Brad Smith to beat out and barring a Jets trade to bring in a Brandon Marshall or Dwayne Bowe, Clowney could offer fantasy owners some solid upside in the late rounds. The speedster is a legitimate deep threat which could create some explosive points weeks, but with the Jets’ QB situation, look for Clowney to be more of an upside bye-week or injury replacement than a bona fide #3 WR. Projections: 45 rec/650 yds/4 TDs.