According to Dave Richard of CBS Sports, his 2017 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers are ranked. You have the obvious receivers that you want to take in the first round, but this is the shortened version of who you want to draft when it comes to your time to pick wide receivers in non-PPR leagues.

Top tier players

In rounds one to three, you are going to want to go after the following players. In round one, you want to try and nap Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, Odell Beckham Jr., Mike Evans, Jordy Nelson, or AJ Green. All of these receivers are near 15-point a night receivers. Evans has the highest upside as his quarterback, Jameis Winston has projected a high ceiling this season.

In round two, you want to take a look at Dez Bryant, Michael Thomas, Doug Baldwin, Amari Cooper, and Brandin Cooks. Cooks has been someone that fantasy experts are wary of as Rob Gronkowski could take his share of touchdowns, and he has been on the decline in points. However, the other four are consistent point getters.

In round three, if you are still looking for a wideout, try to select either Demaryius Thomas DeAndre Hopkins, Terrelle Pryor, Keenan Allen, or TY Hilton. Allen is coming back from a season ending injury but has been said to be poised to have a big year. Pryor is switching uniforms, so that could be problematic, but he corralled 1,000 yards with the Browns, so that is saying something.

Middle round guys

In round four and five, take a look at Alshon Jeffery, Michael Crabtree, Jamison Crowder, Golden Tate, or DeVante Parker.

I left off Sammy Watkins and Martavis Bryant because Watkins is going to have an unproven quarterback, and Bryant is coming back from a year long suspension. There is no telling what they will do. Jeffery should be the last case scenario for you because he has health issues and is also switching teams.

In rounds six, you could try Larry Fitzgerald, Tyrell Williams, Willie Snead, or Stefon Diggs. Williams and Diggs are your go-to selections if available. Both have quarterbacks that like to throw and have little rushing production. Fitzgerald is your last option.

Later round guys

In rounds seven and eight, look for Emmanuel Sanders, Jarvis Landry, Brandon Marshall, DeSean Jackson, Randall Cobb, or Jeremy Maclin. Hopefully, you have read to this point because I don't want you to overdraft these guys. There will be someone in your league that overdrafts. The seventh or eighth round is where these guys belong. Landry is not going to be the player that everyone thinks. The same goes for Marshall, Jackson, and Maclin.

However, they can all be a solid WR3.

In rounds nine and ten, try to snag Eric Decker, Donte Moncrief, Mike Wallace, or Kenny Britt. Decker has a huge upside as he goes back to having a quarterback that can actually get him the ball. Moncrief could get close to 1,000 yards this season. Britt is a little "iffy" because of the quarterback situation, but he is a sneaky receiver that can put up big numbers. Then, in my finals words, I hope that you are smart enough to not take any of the Chicago Bears wide receivers, not even Kevin White.