Prior to kick off of the 2019 season, Taylor reportedly was so impressive in camp that some were predicting he'd make the pro-bowl. Wes Welker, now the receivers coach in San Francisco, knows something about slot-play and if Taylor can remain healthy and on the field, he's the perfect receiver for Jimmy Garoppolo, who favors shorter routes and not pushing the ball downfield. Taylor staying healthy, however, is a big "if." Word is Taylor is running routes and cutting again as he continues his rehab from the injury which cost him all of 2019, a Jones fracture. He has never produced more than 43 receptions, those coming in his rookie year (2017) in the NFL and only produced 26 in 2018. With Deebo Samuel uncertain for week one and likely to sit multiple games to start the season as he recovers from a foot injury himself, Taylor may feature prominently in the slot to open the season and could produce significant sleeper value. He's unranked on DLF's receiver rankings and currently off the dynasty radar.