Some sleeper predictions are straightforward. For a player to go from fantasy afterthought to potential starter takes opportunity and coaching. The Browns added Rob Chudzinski, former college tight end and friend to NFL tight ends everywhere, and the Browns said good-bye to former starter Ben Watson. It looks like everything’s lining up for Cameron. Jordan Cameron was a basketball player at USC before giving football a shot in his senior year. He had just 16 catches. After the New Orleans Saints took a chance on a basketball player turned football player in the third round of the previous draft, the Browns took Cameron in the fourth round. He has 26 catches in two years but should double that total in his third year. The Browns are looking for more of a downfield attack with Brandon Weeden, and Cameron can attack the seam.