Trent Williams, Alfred Morris, Pierre Garcon, and Jordan Reed. Yep, I'm not including Robert Griffin and here's why. I think he's made an admirable comeback from his injury last year and he's seems to be close to 100% physically, but he still has some work to do before he can be considered a top tier QB. Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck seem to be further along in that regard. So other than the four players I mentioned, I don't think there is anyone else who has proven that they're in the top tier (or thereabouts) of their position. Darrell Young, Logan Paulsen and Roy Helu are nice role players, the rest of the O-line is mediocre to bad, and the WR's not named Garcon are not very inspiring. I'm starting to lose hope that Leonard Hankerson and Aldrick Robinson are going to develop into solid receivers, Santana Moss should retire and Josh Morgan will probably be out of the league in another year or two.