Breshad Perriman was a colossal disappointment in Baltimore, a first-round pick who washed out with just 43 receptions in 27 games across three seasons. But he made some noise late last year with Cleveland, and now looks like an intriguing potential sleeper in Tampa Bay.

Perriman is getting his timing down early with Jameis Winston, according to this story. The Bucs have Mike Evans and everyone's favorite breakout Chris Godwin, but nothing behind them.

Perriman finished strong in Cleveland last year, catching 8 passes for 233 yards and 2 TDs in the final four games. For the season he averaged 21.3 yards per catch. It's a small sample set, obviously, but that average was better than anyone else.

Breshad Perriman1634021.3242
Robert Foster2754120.0394
DeSean Jackson4177418.94135
Josh Gordon4072018.03123
Mike Evans86152417.78266
Dante Pettis2746717.3591
Marquise Goodwin2339517.2452
David Moore2644517.1582
John Brown4271517.05114
Tyreek Hill87147917.012278
Tyler Lockett5796516.910176
Courtland Sutton4270416.84163
T.Y. Hilton76127016.76226
Tyrell Williams4165315.95114
Will Fuller3250315.7471
Equanimeous St. Brown2132815.6051
Michael Gallup3350715.42102
Mike Williams4366415.410112
Marquez Valdes-Scantling3858115.3284
TreQuan Smith2842715.3561
Chris Hogan3553215.23112
Kenny Golladay70106315.25193
Geronimo Allison2030315.2241
Brandin Cooks80120415.15224
A.J. Green4669415.16120
Robby Anderson5075215.06102
Albert Wilson2639115.0473
Jordan Matthews2030015.0231
Kenny Stills3755314.9672
Julio Jones113167714.88242
Allen Hurns2029514.8261
Rashard Higgins3957214.74111
Marvin Jones3550814.5550
D.J. Moore5578814.3293
Chris Godwin5984214.37101
Cooper Kupp4056614.2693
Robert Woods86121914.26200
Martavis Bryant1926614.0061
Donte Moncrief4866813.9372
Josh Reynolds2940213.9560
Amari Cooper5372513.7663
Christian Kirk4359013.7382
Odell Beckham77105213.76173
DeAndre Hopkins115157213.711234
Corey Davis6589113.74152
Allen Robinson5575413.74111
Tim Patrick2331513.7160
Antonio Callaway4358613.6583
Aldrick Robinson1723113.6521
James Washington1621713.6131
Tyler Boyd76102813.57211
Jamison Crowder2938813.4241
Sterling Shepard6687213.24123
Demarcus Robinson2228813.1431
Paul Richardson2026213.1251
Sammy Watkins4051913.0372
Alshon Jeffery6584313.0692

Cleveland wanted to bring Perriman back this offseason, signing him to a one-year, $4 million deal. Then they acquired Odell Beckham, and let Perriman out of his deal to sign the same one with Tampa Bay.

Maybe not enough there to say for sure that Perriman is worth a late-round gamble in fantasy leagues. Then again, there are worse fliers. Decent chance he's the No. 3 in this Bruce Arians/Jameis Winston offense.

--Andy Richardson