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2024 Draft Rankings

Justin Jefferson Note
Justin Jefferson photo 1. Justin Jefferson MIN
Justin Jefferson finished the season 5th in points per game (16.8) despite missing seven games and losing starting quarterback Kirk Cousins. Still, he had a standout season with 68 receptions from 100 targets, gaining a total of 1,074 receiving yards. Jefferson found the end zone 5 times, showcasing his ability to convert receptions into touchdowns. He commanded a 28% target share, 41% air yards share and finished 8th in weighted opportunity. Before Cousins' injury, he led all WRs in fantasy points scored (21.7 per game).
4 weeks ago
CeeDee Lamb Note
CeeDee Lamb photo 2. CeeDee Lamb DAL
Through 18 weeks, CeeDee Lamb finished as the top WR in half-PPR formats, amassing 335.7 fantasy points (19.7 per game, second-best). He had 135 receptions on 181 targets, totaling 1,749 yards with a long catch of 92 yards. Lamb scored 12 receiving and 2 rushing touchdowns, displaying versatility and consistency throughout the season.
5 weeks ago
Tyreek Hill Note
Tyreek Hill photo 3. Tyreek Hill MIA
Tyreek Hill was second overall in total points, scoring 299.2 points (19.9 per game). He recorded 1,717 receiving yards from 112 catches on 158 targets, showcasing his deep-threat ability with a longest reception of 78 yards and 12 touchdowns.
7 weeks ago
Ja'Marr Chase Note
Ja'Marr Chase photo 4. Ja'Marr Chase CIN
This Bengals offense could look very different in 2024, but one thing remains certain.
Ja'Marr Chase is going to be the focal point. He finished with an impressive stat line: 100 receptions (career-high) on 145 targets (26% target share), amassing 1,216 yards at an average of 12.2 yards per catch. Chase scored 7 touchdowns while ranking top-10 in red zone targets. Over 16 games, he totaled 212.7 fantasy points, averaging a strong 13.3 points per game (WR13). But we all know Chase left production on the table without his healthy star QB. Weeks 1-10 with Joe Burrow, Chase averaged 16.2 points per game (6th) and 19.6 expected points per game (fifth).
4 weeks ago
Amon-Ra St. Brown Note
Amon-Ra St. Brown photo 5. Amon-Ra St. Brown DET
Amon-Ra St. Brown (DET): St. Brown finished third with 247.5 points (16.5 per game). He had 112 receptions for 1,371 yards and 9 touchdowns, proving to be a reliable target with a 12.2 yards per reception average. In the season's entirety, St. Brown commanded a 30% target share (6th) and 34% air yards share. He finished 4th overall in total receiving EPA and 11th in total weighted opportunity.
3 weeks ago
A.J. Brown Note
A.J. Brown photo 6. A.J. Brown PHI
A.J. Brown rounded out the top five WRs, scoring 237.2 points (14.8 per game). He had 105 receptions for 1,447 yards and 7 touchdowns, demonstrating his ability to make big plays with a longest catch of 59 yards. Brown's only blemish was he - like the Eagles' entire offense - did not finish strong. In weeks 11-17, even with Goedert out of the lineup for a handful of games, AJB was out-scored by DeVonta Smith as the WR25 and WR35 in points per game. If the Eagles' late-season collapse trickles over in 2024, Brown's production might take a hit.
5 weeks ago
Puka Nacua Note
Puka Nacua photo 7. Puka Nacua LAR
Puka Nacua is so clearly the alpha in the Rams passing game. 9 catches for 181 yards and 2 TDs on 10 targets (29%) with 100 yards coming after the catch in his final game of his rookie season, capped off a historic rookie campaign that saw him break the receptions and receiving yards records for a first-year player. In his 18 games played, Nacua posted a 29% target share and 15.3 points per game (4th among all WRs). First in yards after the catch, 3rd in receiving EPA and 14th in weighted opportunity.
4 weeks ago
Brandon Aiyuk Note
Brandon Aiyuk photo 8. Brandon Aiyuk SF
Brandon Aiyuk operated as the more traditional WR1 in the 49ers offense in 2023, leading the team with nearly 1,500 receiving yards and 8 TDs in 19 games played despite a mediocre role in the red zone. He led the 49ers offense with a 24% target share and 39% air yards share (15th). 20th overall in weighted opportunity. Aiyuk averaged 12.4 fantasy points per game (WR19) finishing with career-highs across the board in his fourth season. Entering a contract year at age 26, we still may not have seen the best to come from Aiyuk fresh off a second consecutive top-15 WR finish in half-PPR. His efficiency numbers are off the charts as a top-5 finisher in yards per route run in 2023.
1 week ago
DJ Moore Note
DJ Moore photo 9. DJ Moore CHI
D.J. Moore finished with 96 receptions on 136 targets, accumulating 1,364 receiving yards, and 8 touchdowns. These impressive numbers placed him as the 6th overall wide receiver in total fantasy points and 10th in fantasy points per game with an average of 14.0. More impressively, he captured a 43% air yards share within his team, the 4th highest in the league, and garnered a top-10 target share at 29%. His 6th place in weighted opportunity highlights his importance in the offensive scheme, combining targets and air yards to showcase his integral role in the Bears' passing game. A notable aspect of Moore's season was his performance with quarterback Justin Fields over 12 games. During this stretch, Moore averaged 16.8 points per game, demonstrating high-end WR1 production. He amassed over 1,100 yards and 8 touchdowns, with an impressive 91 receiving yards per game. Therefore, fantasy managers need to adjust expectations if Fields gets replaced by a rookie QB, that will likely hinder Moore's fantasy upside in 2024.
6 weeks ago
Deebo Samuel Note
Deebo Samuel photo 10. Deebo Samuel SF
Deebo Samuel was electric during the fantasy football season, finishing as the fantasy WR12 overall in 15 games played averaging 14.2 points per game as the WR9.
The dominant YAC receiver ranked second on the team in target share (22%) and second in total TDs (12) with his dual usage as both a rusher/receiver. Samuel finished the year with the most total red-zone touches among all WRs. As we project Samuel into 2024, two things need to be strongly considered. First, his injury history is based on how physical of a player he is. Second, he may experience impending TD regression given he scored more fantasy points above expectation than any other WR from Weeks 1-17. He was the WR26 in expected points per game (10.9). His rushing production is difficult to rely on year-to-year, and Brandon Aiyuk is continuing his ascent into the top-tier WR conversation entering a contract year.
1 week ago
Garrett Wilson Note
Garrett Wilson photo 11. Garrett Wilson NYJ
Garrett Wilson's 2023 peripheral metrics are tantalizing, with his actual production lackluster based on the horrible QB play in New York this past season. He finished with 95 receptions from a whopping 168 targets, amassing 1,042 receiving yards. Wilson only found the end zone three times. He wrapped up the year with 165.7 fantasy points in half-PPR formats, which placed him 31st overall among wide receivers, averaging 9.7 points per game (39th). Wilson was targeted on 30% of the Jets' passing plays, the 5th highest share in the league, and he led the NFL with a 46% air yards share. Assuming the Jets' quarterback play stabilizes and improves, Wilson's ceiling could rise even further in 2024.
6 weeks ago
Chris Olave Note
Chris Olave photo 12. Chris Olave NO
The usage metrics were ALL there for Chris Olave, who commanded a 25% target share and 40% air yards share (over 1,800 air yards, 8th). Olave made a significant impact with 87 receptions from 138 targets (12th), and he amassed 1,123 receiving yards (17th). He found the end zone 5 times ranked 21st among wide receivers in points per game. Nothing about Olave's talent suggests he should be a fantasy WR2, but that's likely going to be the case with Derek Carr back at QB. However, the duo showed glimpses of improvement in the second half of the season after the bye week as Olave ranked second in catchable target rate (89%) averaging 12.7 points per game (WR16).
5 weeks ago
Marvin Harrison Jr. Note
Marvin Harrison Jr. photo 13. Marvin Harrison Jr. FA
Marvin Harrison Jr.'s tenure at Ohio State was marked by rapid development, transitioning from a reserved role as a true freshman to a dominant force by his sophomore year. Although given the talent he was competing with for targets as a freshman in 2021 at Ohio State - Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba - it's no wonder Harrison couldn't crack the starting lineup. But the 19-year-old finally drew his first start in the Rose Bowl going nuclear to the tune of 6 catches for 71 yards and 3 TDs. Harrison's junior year further solidified his status as a premier talent, earning him a Heisman Trophy finalist nod-a rare feat for a wide receiver. He concluded the season with 67 receptions for 1,211 yards and 14 TDs. That awarded him not only a 44% dominator rating (second-best mark in the class) but the 2023 Fred Biletnikoff Award bestowed to the best WR in college football.
3 weeks ago
Nico Collins Note
Nico Collins photo 14. Nico Collins HOU
Nico Collins' third-year breakout was truly remarkable. The former Michigan product had glimpses of potential in his first two seasons, but being paired with C.J. Stroud unlocked his fantasy ceiling in 2023. He was a YAC God. Nearly 1500 receiving yards with 1,370 air yards. 641 yards came after the catch. 24% target share. His 3.11 yards per route run ranked second among all WRs. Only three other players have accomplished this feat since 2017 - Tyreek Hill, Cooper Kupp and Julio Jones. Collins averaged 14.6 points per game in 17 games played in 2023 and 15.7 points per game in 15 games played alongside Stroud.
4 weeks ago
Davante Adams Note
Davante Adams photo 15. Davante Adams LV
Davante Adams showed no signs of slowing down despite the QB carousel in Las Vegas. 45% air yard share (nearly 1,900 air yards, 2nd among all WRs) and a league-leading 33% target share with 103 catches on a whopping 175 targets, he notched 1,144 yards at an average of 11.1 yards per reception. Adams' ability to find the end zone was on full display as he secured 8 touchdowns, with the second-most red-zone targets in the NFL (29).
Adams racked up 213.9 points, averaging 12.6 points per game, which placed him as the 18th wide receiver in points per game and WR11 overall. Even at 31 years old, he's shown to still be QB-proof to be a high-end fantasy WR2.
5 weeks ago
Mike Evans Note
Mike Evans photo 16. Mike Evans TB
Mike Evans ranked as the WR4 Iin 2023, totaling 239.3 points (14.4 per game, WR8). He caught 76 passes for 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns, displaying his scoring prowess with a long catch of 75 yards. He will be a FA in 2024.
3 weeks ago
DK Metcalf Note
DK Metcalf photo 17. DK Metcalf SEA
D.K. Metcalf finished 2023 with 66 receptions on 119 targets (23% target share), accumulating 1,114 yards and over 1,500 air yards (40% air yards share, 14th), averaging 16.9 yards per reception as the WR16 overall. 22nd in weighted opportunity. His longest catch of the season was a notable 73-yard play. He demonstrated his big-play capability with 37 receptions of 20+ yards (10th) and finished 20th in points per game (12.0). Metcalf scored 8 touchdowns, underlining his scoring prowess over 16 games with the 5th-most end-zone targets (15). He missed the first game of his NFL career in 2023. He's an Iron Man and a staple of consistency as high-end fantasy WR2.
4 weeks ago
Tank Dell Note
Tank Dell photo 18. Tank Dell HOU
Tank Dell posted an identical air yards share to Nico Collins (31%) while falling just short in target share (21%). Note that Dell posted over 1,000 air yards in just 10 games played.
In those games, Dell posted a 20.5% target share, 33% air yards share and 14.2 points per game. In the 8 games, Collins and Dell played together - each missed a game with injury - the production was nearly identical. 13.9 points per game for Collins and 14 points per game for Dell.
4 weeks ago
Keenan Allen Note
Keenan Allen photo 19. Keenan Allen LAC
Keenan Allen was a league winner. Third in points per game. WR8 overall. 3rd in target share at 31%. He will be 32 in 2024. In yet, he showed no signs of slowing down with Justin Herbert as his QB. He racked up 108 receptions on 150 targets, totaling 1,243 receiving yards at 11.5 yards per reception. Allen's ability to make big plays was evident with 24 receptions of 20+ yards, and he reached the end zone 7 times. Despite missing some games, he played in 13 throughout the season and provided fantasy owners with a robust average of 17.3 points per game in half-PPR formats.
6 weeks ago
Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 20. Stefon Diggs BUF
2023 was a terrible year for Stefon Diggs. He was WR10 overall, but he averaged just 13 points per game as the WR15 in half-point scoring. And his lackluster finish is what had fantasy football gamers pulling their hair out. From Week 10 onward, Diggs was the WR45 averaging a meager 7.3 points and 42 receiving yards per game. This was right around the time the Bills swapped Joe Brady as their new offensive coordinator as Ken Dorsey was fired after Week 10's loss to the Denver Broncos. And it's not like Diggs wasn't seeing opportunities. On the year, the Bills' polarizing WR finished just below a 30% target share with over 1,800 air yards. 12th overall in weighted opportunity. Even during the bad finish, Diggs still had a 25% target share and strong route participation at 85%. That makes it tough to draft Diggs confidently coming off career-lows across the board entering his age 31 season.
4 weeks ago
Amari Cooper Note
Amari Cooper photo 21. Amari Cooper CLE
Amari Cooper's season-long statistics were impressive during the fantasy football season despite playing with 4 different QBs. 10th in yards (1,250) and tied for second behind only Tyreek Hill in 20 yards gains (42). 10th-highest air yards share at 41%.
17th in points per game (12.7) as the WR18 overall through 17 games. But projecting Cooper ahead, we can look at his 5-game splits with Deshaun Watson has his QB. 23% target share, 42% air yards share were in-line with his full season long usage numbers. Averaged just under 100 receiving yards per game. 14.8 fantasy points per game (6th) and 15.7 expected fantasy points per game (15th).
5 weeks ago
Michael Pittman Jr. Note
Michael Pittman Jr. photo 22. Michael Pittman Jr. IND
Michael Pittman Jr. proved his alpha status all year long in the Colts offense with 109 receptions (7th) on 156 targets, accumulating 1,152 yards, averaging 10.6 yards per catch. Like Josh Downs, he had an equally bad TD production with only 4 TDs. Even so, in 16 games, racking up 195.7 fantasy points (WR15 overall), which averages out to 12.2 points per game (WR19). Nearly 1300 air yards (33% air yards share), with a 30% target share to boot - 4th-highest among all WRs. Pittman comes with a super-high floor that could be further unlocked with better TD variance in 2024.
4 weeks ago
Jaylen Waddle Note
Jaylen Waddle photo 23. Jaylen Waddle MIA
Tyreek Hill will be at the top of nearly every single fantasy football draft, whereas Jaylen Waddle will be drafted much later than in 2024 after his worst professional season to date. WR34 overall and WR24 in points per game (11.6). He still managed over 1,000 receiving yards in 14 games but he scored just 4 times. But his 24% target share was still excellent. He also posted his highest yards per route run (6th) and PFF receiving grade of his career (5th). Probably a sharp buy-low candidate.
5 weeks ago
Tee Higgins Note
Tee Higgins photo 24. Tee Higgins CIN
Tee Higgins recorded 42 receptions from 76 targets, covering 656 yards with a notable average of 15.6 yards per reception. Demonstrating his big-play ability, Higgins had 14 receptions of 20+ yards to go along with a team-high 37% air yards share (17th) on just an 18% target share. He scored 5 touchdowns. Playing in 12 games, Higgins accumulated 116.6 fantasy points, averaging 9.7 points per game (WR40). He dealt with injuries throughout the season and failed to finish as a fantasy WR2 for the first time in the last three seasons. Ergo, 2023 stands out like a complete outlier for the 25-year-old WR, who will likely sign with a new team this offseason as their new No. 1 WR. The command of air yards shows that Higgins is still a dominant downfield receiver, as are the 4 games where he scored 20-plus fantasy points.
4 weeks ago
Rashee Rice Note
Rashee Rice photo 25. Rashee Rice KC
Rashee Rice caught 105 balls for 1,200 yards in 20 games played in 2023 with 8 receiving TDs (19% target share). The former standout from SMU averaged 10.9 fantasy points per game - 29th. His role grew substantially after Week 6, and the rookie delivered averaging 12.1 points per game - placing him firmly inside the top 20. Rice finished the year with a 28% target rate per route run - 13th among all WRs last season. He was Patrick Mahomes's primary underneath option with the lowest average depth of target in the NFL among WRs (5.2). Rice finished the season 6th in targets inside the 10-yard line - more than Travis Kelce. The only "concern" for the Chiefs WR entering Year 2 is that Kansas City will be a favorite team to add more competition at the WR position.
1 week ago
DeVonta Smith Note
DeVonta Smith photo 26. DeVonta Smith PHI
Over the last two seasons, DeVonta Smith has FEASTED when A.J. Brown or Dallas Goedert has missed games. This season, Smith was WR16 from Weeks 11-18 after DG got hurt. Including the postseason, Smith averaged 13.6 points per game (backend fantasy WR1 numbers). But before Week 11, Smith was WR25 overall averaging 10.9 points per game (WR29). Again, Smith's talent is undeniable, but it's clear that for him to be a fantasy WR1, somebody else in the Eagles passing game has to take a step back. Overall, Smith finished the year 20th in points per game (12.2) with a 24% target share.
5 weeks ago
Malik Nabers Note
Malik Nabers photo 27. Malik Nabers FA
Malik Nabers, a junior wide receiver from LSU, made significant waves in the college football scene with his impressive 3-year career. Standing at 6 feet and weighing 200 pounds, Nabers led all college wide receivers during the regular season with 86 receptions for 1,546 yards and 14 touchdowns (34% dominator rating). Over his collegiate career, he accumulated 186 receptions for 2,983 yards and 21 touchdowns, showcasing his consistent development and explosive playmaking ability. His 28% career college dominator rating ranks 3rd among all WRs in the 2024 draft class. But what's more impressive is Nabers' age-adjusted production. Broke out at 18 years old in 2021 as a freshman. A great sign of things to come for him at the next level.
3 weeks ago
Cooper Kupp Note
Cooper Kupp photo 28. Cooper Kupp LAR
Many will point to the injuries Cooper Kupp has dealt with throughout the season, as a reason to be concerned about him moving forward. He hasn't looked like himself all season and he will be 31 in 2024. A lot of his production was salvaged by his 5 receiving TDs. Posted a career-low yards per route run (1.77). Kupp was WR27 in points per game in 2023 despite a 26% target share.
5 weeks ago
Jayden Reed Note
Jayden Reed photo 29. Jayden Reed GB
I loved Jayden Reed coming out as a prospect and his rookie campaign makes me excited for what the future holds. He didn't always play a full-time role as the team's primary slot WR - sub 60% route participation - but he was always targeted heavily with a 25% target rate per route run. He also led all Packers WRs in fantasy points per game at 10.6 - good for WR31 status this past season. He averaged just under 2 yards per route run with ten total touchdowns scored.
4 weeks ago
Calvin Ridley Note
Calvin Ridley photo 30. Calvin Ridley JAC
Calvin Ridley secured a pivotal role in the Jaguars' offense, catching 76 passes on 136 targets for 1,016 yards, averaging 13.4 yards per reception. Nearly 1,800 air yards on a 22.5% target share and 36% air yards share. He scored 8 touchdowns.
Across 17 games, he totaled 191.9 fantasy points, averaging 11.3 points per game, making him a solid WR2 in fantasy formats. WR17 overall but WR26 in points per game.
Ridley led the entire NFL in end zone targets (24). He was the WR10 in expected fantasy points per game. But he never fully took advantage of his elite opportunities to churn out a fantasy WR1 season.
4 weeks ago
Jordan Addison Note
Jordan Addison photo 31. Jordan Addison MIN
Jordan Addison ended the season with 70 receptions on 108 targets, amassing 911 yards at an average of 13 yards per reception. His long play of the season was a 62-yard catch. He was particularly effective in the red zone, scoring 10 touchdowns (5th) on a 17% target share. Totaled over 1,300 air yards. He played in all 17 games, contributing consistently to the Vikings' offense, with a total of 186.3 fantasy points, averaging about 11 points per game (WR28). Addison averaged slightly more points per game 12.2 (22% target share and 4 TDs) versus 10.1 (6 TDs) with Justin Jefferson sidelined. Considering the team will likely be without T.J. Hockenson to start the 2024 season coming off a torn ACL/MCL, Addison is a strong bet to return early low-end WR2 value in Year 2.
4 weeks ago
Zay Flowers Note
Zay Flowers photo 32. Zay Flowers BAL
Rookie Zay Flowers emerged as Lamar Jackson's top target, hauling in 5 of his 8 targets (24% target share) for 115 yards and scoring the Ravens' lone receiving touchdown on a spectacular 54-yard play. As he has done all season, he was the clear-cut No. 1 WR for Baltimore. Flowers led the Ravens in air yards/target share (24%) in 2023, totaling over 1,000 air yards, 1,000 receiving yards and 6 receiving TDs (plus one rushing TD) on 86 catches in 18 games played in 2023. Although his final stat line as the WR29 overall and WR31 in points per game (10.7) suggest he left some production on the table. He finished 11th in route participation among all WRs (88%). Only 3 WRs with a route participation that high finished with fewer than 11 points per game.
3 weeks ago
Drake London Note
Drake London photo 33. Drake London ATL
Drake London's usage numbers were strong in 2023, commanding a 23% target share and 31% air yards share. Over 1,200 air yards, 69 catches and 905 receiving yards, but with just 2 TDs. The lack of TDs positioned London as the WR39 overall, averaging just 8.7 points per game (WR46). Like many WRs, London's ceiling cannot be realized unless the Falcons improve their QB play. Until that happens, he's a talented real-life WR relegated to fantasy WR3 status.
4 weeks ago
Christian Watson Note
Christian Watson photo 34. Christian Watson GB
Christian Watson's sophomore season was completely derailed by hamstring injuries. He missed the first three weeks of the season entirely and struggled to put together any consistent production until his last three games in the regular season when he hurt his hamstring again. Scored four TDs, while averaging 17.1 points per game. Watson has a high ceiling when healthy, but it cannot be realized until he solves his hamstring woes. He averaged 10.6 expected fantasy points per game.
4 weeks ago
DeAndre Hopkins Note
DeAndre Hopkins photo 35. DeAndre Hopkins TEN
DeAndre Hopkins showcased his elite receiving skills with 75 catches on 137 targets (28% target share), amassing 1,057 receiving yards, averaging 14.1 yards per reception. He proved to be a deep threat with a long reception of 61 yards and 27 catches of 20+ yards. 1,934 total air yards (42%) - the most of any WR during the regular season. Over 17 games, Hopkins scored a total of 186.1 fantasy points, averaging 10.9 points per game (29th) marking him as a dependable WR2 in fantasy lineups. WR22 overall. Specifically, with Will Levis under center, Hopkins posted a 27% target share, 46% air yards share and 13.4 fantasy points per game (WR13). And that came with a sub-50% catch rate.
4 weeks ago
George Pickens Note
George Pickens photo 36. George Pickens PIT
In four games with Mason Rudolph, George Pickens averaged a 24% target share, 44% air yards share, 14.6 fantasy points (backend fantasy WR1 numbers) and nearly 100 receiving yards per game. On the year, Pickens hauled in 63 receptions from 106 targets, accumulating 1,140 yards, which translated to a remarkable 18.1 yards per reception Weeks 1-18. Pickens closed out the season with 177.3 fantasy points, which gave him an impressive average of 10.3 points per game, ranking him 33rd among wide receivers in points per game. He finished with a 24% target share (6.5 targets per game) and 41% air yards share (13th in total air yards). Pickens offers a lot of upside if Pittsburgh can find the right guy under center.
5 weeks ago
Christian Kirk Note
Christian Kirk photo 37. Christian Kirk JAC
Christian Kirk played an integral role in the Jaguars' passing game, with 57 receptions on 85 targets (21% target share) for 787 yards, averaging 13.8 yards per catch. Kirk found the end zone 3 times during the season. In 12 games, Kirk accumulated 121.8 fantasy points, averaging 11 points per game, positioning him as a reliable flex option in fantasy leagues. WR28 in points per game. When he and Calvin Ridley were both healthy, Kirk posted the higher target share at 21% as the WR23 overall.
4 weeks ago
Rome Odunze Note
Rome Odunze photo 38. Rome Odunze FA
Washington's Rome Odunze's four-year career with the Huskies has been marked by consistent improvement, with his junior year in 2022 marking his status as one of college football's best WRs: accumulating 75 catches for 1,145 yards, averaging 15.3 yards per reception, with 7 TDs.
The 2023 season saw further improvement, with the 6-foot-3 and 215-pound WR amassing 81 catches for 1,428 yards and 13 TDs, leading to a spot on the AP first team among other awards en route to a career-high 33% dominator rating. And that was accomplished with him battling through a reported broken rib and punctured lung in late September.
Overall, he finished with the 4th-highest dominator rating in the class at 26%. Also broke out at the early age of 19 years old, during his sophomore campaign.
3 weeks ago
Terry McLaurin Note
Terry McLaurin photo 39. Terry McLaurin WAS
With a final tally of 79 receptions on 132 targets, Terry McLaurin accrued 1,002 receiving yards, averaging 12.7 yards per reception. His longest reception was a 48-yard catch, contributing to his total of 23 catches of 20+ yards. He found the end zone 4 times, finishing the season with 163.7 fantasy points in half-PPR scoring, which placed him at 32nd overall among wide receivers and 41st in points per game with 9.6. McLaurin's utilization in the offensive scheme was reflected in his air yards metrics - he held the 23rd spot in air yards share with 35%, emphasizing his role as a deep threat in the team's offense. His total air yards exceeded 1500, ranking him 13th league-wide, a testament to the Commanders' trust in him to stretch the field. While his touchdowns could see an uptick with better quarterback play or offensive scheme changes, his steady reception and yardage totals make him a reliable WR2/3 at worst in 2024.
6 weeks ago
Diontae Johnson Note
Diontae Johnson photo 40. Diontae Johnson PIT
Before the switch to Mason Rudolph from Week 7-13 (when Diontae Johnson returned healthy), DJ led the team with a 26% target share and 9.2 fantasy points per game.
After Johnson returned from his injury in Week 7, he was overall very effective regardless of the QB play. Led the team with a 23% target share (as he typically does) while scoring 5 TDs averaging 9.7 points per game and 14 expected fantasy points per game. Despite the Steelers' offensive transitions and his own injuries to overcome, Johnson maintained his productivity, finishing the season with 127.2 fantasy points, averaging 10 points per game, and ranking 36th in points per game.
5 weeks ago
Courtland Sutton Note
Courtland Sutton photo 41. Courtland Sutton DEN
Without any ideas about who the Broncos QB will be in 2024, it's hard to make firm stances about Courtland Sutton. But, Sutton likely won't benefit from the same TD production for 2 years in a row. This past season made a mend for 2022 when he was so horrible at scoring. But now that things have leveled out, after a back-to-back 2-TD season with 10 scores, we are looking more at him in the 4-6 TD range for 2024. And that's going to make things tougher on him, because aside from TDs, Sutton's usage wasn't as great as the WR35 overall. IN fact, it looks pretty similar to Jerry Jeudy's aside from the TDs (10 vs 2). Both guys had 1,000-plus air yards (36% vs 37%), around 90 targets (21% vs 20%), 750-plus receiving yards and just under 60 receptions.
6 weeks ago
Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 42. Chris Godwin TB
Unlike Mike Evans, Godwin did not experience the same type of resurgence with Baker Mayfield at QB. At least when it comes to scoring fantasy points. Godwin led the Buccaneers with 91 catches for 1,1109 receiving yards, but he only caught 3 19 games played. Meanwhile, Evans totaled 14. His target share (23%) was nearly identical to Evans (25%). But it was the lack of high-value opportunities that nuked Godwin in fantasy football. As a result, he finished with under 10 fantasy points per game (outside top-36 WRs). No player scored fewer TDs with more receiving yards than Godwin. Based on his usage he should be closer to a total of double-digit scores versus the 3 TDs he has the past two years. Still, at 28 years old, Godwin could be in for a major bounce back if Evans leaves Tampa Bay in free agency.
3 weeks ago
Jaxon Smith-Njigba Note
Jaxon Smith-Njigba photo 43. Jaxon Smith-Njigba SEA
In his first season, JSN managed 63 receptions from 93 targets (17.5% target share), totaling 628 yards with an average of 10 yards per reception. Smith-Njigba scored 4 touchdowns, indicating his growing role in the Seahawks' offensive scheme. 59th in points per game (7.0) and WR48 overall. But it shouldn't be forgotten that Smith-Njigba suffered a wrist injury that contributed to a slow start. He started to hit his stride more from Week 6 onward where he averaged 8.2 points per game. But still over this span, his route participation (74%, 50th) and high-end target competition made it tough for JSN to produce. With more opportunities in 2024 at just 22 years old, Smith-Njigba is an easy breakout candidate.
4 weeks ago
Jakobi Meyers Note
Jakobi Meyers photo 44. Jakobi Meyers LV
Jakobi Meyers' underrated talent was on full display all season in 2023, as the first-year Raider scored 8 receiving TDs (10 total) on a 21% target share and 15 red-zone targets (23rd). After failing comically to find the end zone as a member of the Patriots for most of his time spent there, Meyers couldn't stop scoring in 2023. This will likely regress next season as he scored four more TDs over expectation. Meyers accumulated 183.1 fantasy points over the season, resulting in an average of 11.4 points per game, ranking him 25th among wide receivers in points per game
5 weeks ago
Gabe Davis Note
Gabe Davis photo 45. Gabe Davis BUF
Gabriel Davis did not play in the final two games of the Bills' season. The 2024 free agent will hit the open market in a relatively weak WR free agent class, which will likely create the demand for the extremely boom-or-bust WR. He finished the season as the WR40 in total points, averaging 8.2 points per game as the WR50. Davis posted 5 games with 20-plus fantasy points in 2023 to go along with 7 TDs and 1,200 air yards (30th), but he also went completely catch less in four of his last 8 games played. Even if he goes to a new team where he can improve on his 2023 15% target share (85th), Davis' body of work as a boom-or-bust player will be hard to knock. One could argue that with a step back in potential QB play, his spiked weeks might also not be nearly as big even if he is slightly more consistent on a week-to-week basis.
4 weeks ago
Marquise Brown Note
Marquise Brown photo 46. Marquise Brown ARI
The 2024 free agent had a year to forget in 2023. He struggled with bad Cardinals quarterback play before Kyler Murray returned to the starting lineup as the WR21 overall and as the WR34 in points per game (10.2). But after Murray returned, the Cardinals WR still didn't produce. 5.8 points per game in three full healthy games before ultimately missing the remainder of the season due to injuries. Overall, Brown hauled in 51 receptions on 101 targets, accumulating 574 yards at an average of 11.3 yards per catch. He scored 109.2 points over the season, averaging 7.8 points per game (53rd) in 13 games played. The lack of production was shocking, considering Brown posted nearly 1,200 air yards, a 25% target share, and 39% air yards share with the 16th-highest weighted opportunity rating.
5 weeks ago
Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 47. Tyler Lockett SEA
Tyler Lockett is past his prime and he showed it all year long with his very inconsistent play. 43rd in points per game (9.6) and WR33 overall despite a strong 22% target share and over 1,300 air yards. He failed to crack the top 30 WRs for the first time since 2017. It was also the first time he failed to match or exceed D.K. Metcalf in fantasy points.
Lockett recorded 79 receptions on 122 targets, totaling 894 receiving yards at an average of 11.3 yards per catch. He found the end zone 5 times. Lockett is also a logical cut candidate with him due nearly $28M against the salary cap in 2024 and 2025. Seattle has an "out" in his contract for 2024. Entering his age-32 season, you don't need to squint to see the potential fall for Lockett in fantasy football.
4 weeks ago
Mike Williams Note
Mike Williams photo 48. Mike Williams LAC
Until the Chargers add more legitimate receiving threats, why expect anything else from Keenan Allen leading this team in targets. Note that Mike Williams, after tearing his ACL in Week 3, will turn 30 this season. FWIW, Williams was productive before he got hurt. WR15 overall and WR17 in points per game.
6 weeks ago
Jameson Williams Note
Jameson Williams photo 49. Jameson Williams DET
Jameson Williams has had a tumultuous two years in the NFL. His rookie year was lost because of a torn ACL, and this year started out slow because of a suspension. When he's been on the field, he's teased big-play upside with a lot of inconsistencies and injuries. Entering Year 3, the former first-rounder will likely be viewed as a logical breakout candidate. After all, the WR2 job should be all his with Josh Reynolds slated to hit free agency. But he's hardly without his warts with just a 10% target share earned, 15% target rate per route run and 6.4 points per game scored in 2023 (WR66 same as Reynolds).
Williams might be overrated heading into 2024, because of his draft capital. But everything he showed in his second season suggests he still has a long way to go, especially as the "at best" third or fourth receiving option on the Lions.
3 weeks ago
Romeo Doubs Note
Romeo Doubs photo 50. Romeo Doubs GB
Doubs followed up on decent rookie campaign with an improved second season. He was a consistent presence in the Packers' passing game, recording 69 receptions on 105 targets for 908 yards.
Doubs found the end zone 9 times, proving to be a valuable red zone target. Over 19 games, he averaged 9.4 points per game (WR47), making him a solid WR4 in fantasy leagues.
He benefitted greatly from TDs and injuries to other primary Packers pass-catchers. Worth noting that he also failed to take full advantage of the vast opportunity in the offense, scoring fewer than his expected output (11.1 per game).
4 weeks ago
Josh Downs Note
Josh Downs photo 51. Josh Downs IND
Josh Downs made a notable impact in his rookie season with 68 receptions from 98 targets (17% target share), totaling 771 yards at an average of 11.3 yards per reception. Note that he was very unlucky when it came to scoring, with just two TDs. Only Drake London had more receiving yards and fewer than 3 TDs than Downs did in 2023. As a result, over 17 games, he amassed 123.1 fantasy points, averaging 7.2 points per game (WR46). But it should recognized that Downs' production fell off after he suffered a knee injury that lingered. Weeks 1-8, Downs led the Colts in yards per route run (2.0), averaging 9.9 points per game with a 19% target share.
4 weeks ago
Brandin Cooks Note
Brandin Cooks photo 52. Brandin Cooks DAL
Brandin Cooks ended the season as the WR45 in points per game (9.1) and WR36 overall. After his sluggish start, Cooks was unlocked from Week 6 onward as we saw the Dallas offense start to click. WR22 overall and WR28 in points per game (11.2).
5 weeks ago
Rashid Shaheed Note
Rashid Shaheed photo 53. Rashid Shaheed NO
Rashid Shaheed enjoyed a solid sophomore season, as a boom-or-bust option. He totaled over 1,000 air yards on just 75 targets (14% target share). Shaheed excelled in making big plays, as seen in his 31 catches of over 20 yards (14th). He scored 132.6 fantasy points, averaging 8.3 points per game. Shaheed was ranked 49th among wide receivers in points per game.
5 weeks ago
Jahan Dotson Note
Jahan Dotson photo 54. Jahan Dotson WAS
Curtis Samuel is a free agent and could leave in free agency. This is important, because it suggests that we could have live for Jahan Dotson in Year 3. Dotson broke out as a rookie, but was a TOTAL BUST in 2023. And he ran all the routes you could possibly ask for. Garrett Wilson and teammate Terry McLaurin were the only guys who ran more routes than Dotson did in 2023. He was brutally inefficient - as was the entire Commanders passing game that was more volume over efficiency - finishing bottom-10 in yards per route run. But Samuel missed or played very little in 3 games in 2023 - Weeks 8,9, and 11. These were by FAR Dotson's best games. 15.2 points per game with a TD scored in all 3 contests. Still was narrowly out targeted by McLaurin as the No. 2 WR. McLaurin and Dotson need a C.J. Stroud-esque rookie QB impact for them to take any leap for fantasy football. Don't hold your breath.
6 weeks ago
Jerry Jeudy Note
Jerry Jeudy photo 55. Jerry Jeudy DEN
Jeudy, showcased his route running finesse and quickness, turning his 54 receptions on 87 targets into 758 receiving yards, averaging 14 yards per catch in 2023. However, finding the end zone was less frequent for Jeudy, with only 2 touchdowns to his name. Over the season, he accumulated 114.8 fantasy points, coming out to an average of 7.2 points per game to a WR50 overall finish. Both Sutton and Jeudy had 1,000-plus air yards (36% vs 37%), around 90 targets (21% vs 20%), 750-plus receiving yards and just under 60 receptions. Hard to see either breaking the WR3 mold unless we get elite QB play in Denver.
6 weeks ago
Keon Coleman Note
Keon Coleman photo 56. Keon Coleman FA
At 6'4" and 215 lbs, Keon Coleman's physicality is undeniable, making him a prototypical outside X-receiver. His junior year performance in his first year at Florida State was noteworthy, with 50 receptions, 658 receiving yards, and 11 touchdowns, averaging 13.2 yards per reception. Good for a 31% dominator rating. But he broke out officially in his sophomore season the year prior at Michigan State, with 58 catches, 798 yards, and seven touchdowns over 12 games. Hung a 29% dominator rating at just 19 years old. And he did this while competing for targets with an older future NFL star in the making, Jayden Reed. Coleman had more catches, targets, yards and TDs than the future second-round pick, despite being three years YOUNGER than Reed.
3 weeks ago
Adam Thielen Note
Adam Thielen photo 57. Adam Thielen CAR
Adam Thielen's 2023 season provided the full-body experience of an older veteran WR with zero competition for targets. He started out of the gates red hot, as the WR11 overall through 11 weeks, scoring fantasy points per game at a top-15 rate at 13.7. But alas the 33-year-old could not continue his production with shoddy QB play from his rookie QB. WR51 from Weeks 12-18. Woof. With 103 receptions (10th) on 137 targets (25% target share, 14th), Thielen racked up 1,014 receiving yards, averaging 9.8 yards per reception, and notched 4 touchdown receptions running the 5th-most routes in the NFL. He ended the season with a 10.6 points per game average, securing him as the 25th overall wide receiver in half-PPR scoring. WR31 per game. He's under contract until 2026 and will be entering the offseason as the Panthers' No. 1 WR until they add more WRs in the draft/free agency - the latter of which will likely happen based on the Panthers' interest before this past year's trade deadline.
6 weeks ago
Marvin Mims Jr. Note
Marvin Mims Jr. photo 58. Marvin Mims Jr. DEN
Joshua Palmer Note
Joshua Palmer photo 59. Joshua Palmer LAC
Curtis Samuel Note
Curtis Samuel photo 60. Curtis Samuel WAS
Curtis Samuel finished the 2023 season as the WR44 overall, averaging 7.9 fantasy points per game as the WR52 in points per game (7.9). Par for the course when it comes to Samuel, who always seems to string together consecutive weeks of production before seeing his numbers drop off because of injury.
His receiving numbers were nearly identical to his 2020 campaign, albeit he was more efficient as the Commanders primary slot WR. Unfortunately, he was barely used as a rusher with only 7 carries compared to 38 in 2022. Entering his age 28 season, Samuel has never finished higher than WR25 at any point during his career, regulating him to WR4 fantasy status regardless of any new landing spot. He will have his fair share of productive weeks, but nothing to move the needle as a fantasy game changer.
6 days ago
Brian Thomas Jr. Note
Brian Thomas Jr. photo 61. Brian Thomas Jr. FA
Brian Thomas Jr. posted modest numbers in his first two seasons until he exploded onto the scene this past year with a 33% dominator rating at 21 years old.
Standing tall at 6'4" and weighing 205 lbs, Thomas Jr. combines size and speed, evident in his 4.47-second 40-yard dash, to be a formidable boundary X-receiver. Over 38 games in college, he showcased his ability to be a game-changer, culminating in a junior year where he exploded onto the scene with 68 receptions for 1,177 yards and FBS leading 17 touchdowns, averaging an impressive 17.3 yards per catch. The obvious concern are that he's never been the focal point of his team's passing game, which won't get easier at the next level. That's despite a high production he has earned as he boasts the 6th-highest college dominator rating in the class at 24%. And he's competed for targets with another elite WR, Malik Nabers while playing at LSU.
3 weeks ago
Elijah Moore Note
Elijah Moore photo 62. Elijah Moore CLE
Michael Wilson Note
Michael Wilson photo 63. Michael Wilson ARI
The highlight of Week 18? Rookie Michael Wilson.
6 targets (21% target share), 6 receptions for 95 yards, averaging 15.8 yards per catch, with a long of 28 yards. 68 air yards and 40% air yards share. The rookie posted a very under-the-radar campaign as a highly involved Cardinals WR. He ran a route on 80% of the dropbacks (35th among all WRs) which locks him into a full-time role in this offense next season, regardless of any additional moves they make. He also finished his season on an extremely high note, averaging 15.5 points per game after his last two contests with Marquise Brown out of the lineup.
5 weeks ago
Quentin Johnston Note
Quentin Johnston photo 64. Quentin Johnston LAC
Darius Slayton Note
Darius Slayton photo 65. Darius Slayton NYG
Adonai Mitchell Note
Adonai Mitchell photo 66. Adonai Mitchell FA
Dontayvion Wicks Note
Dontayvion Wicks photo 67. Dontayvion Wicks GB
Khalil Shakir Note
Khalil Shakir photo 68. Khalil Shakir BUF
Khalil Shakir tied a bow on his second season on an extremely high note. He showed up big in the absence of Gabe Davis, catching 16 of 17 targets for 180 yards and 2 TDs over the last three games of the season. Shakir finished the season with the NFL's highest catch rate (88%) and passer rating generated (141.5). He led the Bills in receiving EPA, and ranked 16th overall in that category among all NFL receivers. He has definitely "earned" a bigger role in the offense in 2024.
4 weeks ago
Wan'Dale Robinson Note
Wan'Dale Robinson photo 69. Wan'Dale Robinson NYG
Odell Beckham Jr. Note
Odell Beckham Jr. photo 70. Odell Beckham Jr. BAL
Beckham just turned 31 years old and did not live up to his contract expectations as a Raven in 2023. WR63 overall averaging 6.4 fantasy points per game (WR67). However, he still had his moments averaging 1.8 yards per route run - identical to his averages during his time spent in Cleveland from 2019-2020. Top-30 WR in PFF receiving grade with a top-3 ADOT among WRs as a primary deep threat in the Ravens' offense. And once OBJ got his sea legs under him - after Week 8 - he started to show out more and more. 18th in yards per route run (2.3). He's not completely washed and still can provide some fantasy juice in a favorable offensive environment.
6 days ago
Rashod Bateman Note
Rashod Bateman photo 71. Rashod Bateman BAL
Darnell Mooney Note
Darnell Mooney photo 72. Darnell Mooney CHI
Darnell Mooney is coming off a horrible and injury-plagued season, but I can't help but think he is going to be a STEAL in a very bad WR free agent class on a new team. The Bears drafted Tyler Scott in the 2023 draft to be Mooney's replacement in 2024. Mooney finished the season 10th in yards after the catch per reception (6.0) despite entering the year coming off a late November broken ankle injury.

Mooney shined his brightest from 2021-2022 in the NFL with a 27% target share. He has shown the ability to command targets at a high level, and he can surely make some noise should he land on a relatively weak WR depth chart.
6 days ago
Jalin Hyatt Note
Jalin Hyatt photo 73. Jalin Hyatt NYG
Devontez Walker Note
Devontez Walker photo 74. Devontez Walker FA
Demario Douglas Note
Demario Douglas photo 75. Demario Douglas NE
Demario Douglas was essentially 2023's version of Jakobi Meyers - a completely afterthought of rookie WR that made an impact that could not score a TD to save his life. Case in point, his team leading 561 receiving yards were the most among all players to score 0 TDs in 2023.
Therefore, his final WR68 standing does a poor job projecting him going forward. He was the best playmaker on the Patriots all season. 18% target share. Earned 7 targets in his first NFL game. 5-plus targets in his 9 games played, seeing 7-plus in over half those contests.
From Week 7 onward, Douglas produced a 21% target share (27th), 25% air yards share, 11 missed tackles and 12.6 expected fantasy points per game (31st). Slightly behind Rashee Rice.
6 weeks ago
DJ Chark Jr. Note
DJ Chark Jr. photo 76. DJ Chark Jr. CAR
The 27-year-old is hitting free agency (again) after playing a complimentary role with the Panthers in 2023. Chark caught a long pass that was initially ruled a TD in Week 18, but it was overturned to a fumble through the end zone. Woof. He is a free agent in 2024 and will likely land on a new team as a complimentary deep threat who misses games with injuries.
Chark was the WR58 overall in 2023, averaging 6.5 points per game (65th). He led the Panthers in TDs (5) and posted over 1,000 air yards on a team-high 31% air yards share (33rd). No player had more air yards with fewer targets (66) than Chark despite two missed games.
6 days ago
Troy Franklin Note
Troy Franklin photo 77. Troy Franklin FA
By his junior season in 2023, Troy Franklin had established himself as a premier college football receiver, amassing nearly 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns, demonstrating not just his ability to find the end zone but also his ceiling with a final season dominator rating of 29% - 17th-highest mark in the 2024 class. Franklin's strengths lie in his elite speed, with a rumored 40-yard dash time of 4.35 seconds, making him a formidable deep threat with 14 catches of 20-plus air yards and the third highest yards per route run (3.32) in the 2024 draft class. However, his relatively light, tall and lanky frame at 6-foot-3 and 183 lbs could pose challenges against physical cornerbacks and in contested catch situations
3 weeks ago
Treylon Burks Note
Treylon Burks photo 78. Treylon Burks TEN
Ladd McConkey Note
Ladd McConkey photo 79. Ladd McConkey FA
Zay Jones Note
Zay Jones photo 80. Zay Jones JAC
Jones had a moderate impact with 34 receptions on 64 targets, gathering 321 yards at an average of 9.4 yards per reception. He was hurt the entire season with three different injuries, so I'd call his 2023 campaign a wash. Playing in 9 games, he earned 61.1 fantasy points with 2 TDs, averaging 6.8 points per game. WR62 in points per game. I'd look more at his final four games as a better representation of what we can expect from a healthy Jones. Without Kirk, Jones averaged 8 fantasy points per game and 17.3 expected points per game. Similar to Calvin Ridley, there was a stark difference between expected and actual production.
4 weeks ago
Tyler Boyd Note
Tyler Boyd photo 81. Tyler Boyd CIN
Boyd had 67 receptions on 98 targets, totaling 667 receiving yards at an average of 10 yards per catch, with a long catch of 64 yards. Boyd found the end zone twice. Over 17 games, Boyd earned 112.3 fantasy points, averaging 6.6 points per game as the WR64 in points per game. He will likely be a nice depth piece for a new team in 2024, and possibly provide some early in-season production as he turns 30 years old.
4 weeks ago
Alec Pierce Note
Alec Pierce photo 82. Alec Pierce IND
Ja'Lynn Polk Note
Ja'Lynn Polk photo 83. Ja'Lynn Polk FA
Michael Thomas Note
Michael Thomas photo 84. Michael Thomas NO
Jonathan Mingo Note
Jonathan Mingo photo 85. Jonathan Mingo CAR
Michael Gallup Note
Michael Gallup photo 86. Michael Gallup DAL
Xavier Worthy Note
Xavier Worthy photo 87. Xavier Worthy FA
Xavier Worthy, from the University of Texas, has swiftly become a notable figure in college football due to his remarkable speed and playmaking ability. Standing at an underwhelming 6 feet 1 inch and weighing 172 pounds, Worthy has utilized his athleticism to establish himself as a versatile threat on the field. His notable achievements include a freshman year with 62 receptions for 981 yards and 12 touchdowns, emphasizing his ability to be a game-changer from the get-go. He tied a bow on his Longhorns career with over 1,000 yards and 5 TDs his junior, to capture the second-highest career dominator rating (30%) in the class with the youngest breakout age at 18 years old.
3 weeks ago
Roman Wilson Note
Roman Wilson photo 88. Roman Wilson FA
Andrei Iosivas Note
Andrei Iosivas photo 89. Andrei Iosivas CIN
Xavier Legette Note
Xavier Legette photo 90. Xavier Legette FA
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 91. Demarcus Robinson LAR
K.J. Osborn Note
K.J. Osborn photo 92. K.J. Osborn MIN
Rondale Moore Note
Rondale Moore photo 93. Rondale Moore ARI
Josh Reynolds Note
Josh Reynolds photo 94. Josh Reynolds DET
Cedric Tillman Note
Cedric Tillman photo 95. Cedric Tillman CLE
A.T. Perry Note
A.T. Perry photo 96. A.T. Perry NO
Kendrick Bourne Note
Kendrick Bourne photo 97. Kendrick Bourne NE
DeVante Parker Note
DeVante Parker photo 98. DeVante Parker NE
Kadarius Toney Note
Kadarius Toney photo 99. Kadarius Toney KC
Trey Palmer Note
Trey Palmer photo 100. Trey Palmer TB
Tutu Atwell Note
Tutu Atwell photo 101. Tutu Atwell LAR
Robert Woods Note
Robert Woods photo 102. Robert Woods HOU
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Note
Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 103. Marquez Valdes-Scantling KC
Tyler Scott Note
Tyler Scott photo 104. Tyler Scott CHI
Allen Lazard Note
Allen Lazard photo 105. Allen Lazard NYJ
John Metchie III Note
John Metchie III photo 106. John Metchie III HOU
Noah Brown Note
Noah Brown photo 107. Noah Brown HOU
Hunter Renfrow Note
Hunter Renfrow photo 108. Hunter Renfrow LV
JuJu Smith-Schuster Note
JuJu Smith-Schuster photo 109. JuJu Smith-Schuster NE
Skyy Moore Note
Skyy Moore photo 110. Skyy Moore KC
Xavier Hutchinson Note
Xavier Hutchinson photo 111. Xavier Hutchinson HOU
Donovan Peoples-Jones Note
Donovan Peoples-Jones photo 112. Donovan Peoples-Jones DET
Jermaine Burton Note
Jermaine Burton photo 113. Jermaine Burton FA
Justin Watson Note
Justin Watson photo 114. Justin Watson KC
Bo Melton Note
Bo Melton photo 115. Bo Melton GB
Tre Tucker Note
Tre Tucker photo 116. Tre Tucker LV
Greg Dortch Note
Greg Dortch photo 117. Greg Dortch ARI
Malachi Corley Note
Malachi Corley photo 118. Malachi Corley FA
Emeka Egbuka Note
Emeka Egbuka photo 119. Emeka Egbuka FA
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 120. Nelson Agholor BAL
Jalen McMillan Note
Jalen McMillan photo 121. Jalen McMillan FA
Parker Washington Note
Parker Washington photo 122. Parker Washington JAC
Kalif Raymond Note
Kalif Raymond photo 123. Kalif Raymond DET
Isaiah Hodgins Note
Isaiah Hodgins photo 124. Isaiah Hodgins NYG
Mecole Hardman Jr. Note
Mecole Hardman Jr. photo 125. Mecole Hardman Jr. KC
Johnny Wilson Note
Johnny Wilson photo 126. Johnny Wilson FA
Jamari Thrash Note
Jamari Thrash photo 127. Jamari Thrash FA
Jalen Tolbert Note
Jalen Tolbert photo 128. Jalen Tolbert DAL
Van Jefferson Note
Van Jefferson photo 129. Van Jefferson ATL
Jacob Cowing Note
Jacob Cowing photo 130. Jacob Cowing FA
Justyn Ross Note
Justyn Ross photo 131. Justyn Ross KC
Xavier Gipson Note
Xavier Gipson photo 132. Xavier Gipson NYJ
Brenden Rice Note
Brenden Rice photo 133. Brenden Rice FA
Jauan Jennings Note
Jauan Jennings photo 134. Jauan Jennings SF
Charlie Jones Note
Charlie Jones photo 135. Charlie Jones CIN
Calvin Austin III Note
Calvin Austin III photo 136. Calvin Austin III PIT
Tyquan Thornton Note
Tyquan Thornton photo 137. Tyquan Thornton NE
Kyle Philips Note
Kyle Philips photo 138. Kyle Philips TEN
Ricky Pearsall Note
Ricky Pearsall photo 139. Ricky Pearsall FA
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine Note
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine photo 140. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN
Cedrick Wilson Jr. Note
Cedrick Wilson Jr. photo 141. Cedrick Wilson Jr. MIA
Javon Baker Note
Javon Baker photo 142. Javon Baker FA
Brandon Powell Note
Brandon Powell photo 143. Brandon Powell MIN
Jake Bobo Note
Jake Bobo photo 144. Jake Bobo SEA
Brandon Johnson Note
Brandon Johnson photo 145. Brandon Johnson DEN
David Bell Note
David Bell photo 146. David Bell CLE
Chris Moore Note
Chris Moore photo 147. Chris Moore TEN
J. Michael Sturdivant Note
J. Michael Sturdivant photo 148. J. Michael Sturdivant FA
Chase Claypool Note
Chase Claypool photo 149. Chase Claypool MIA
Olamide Zaccheaus Note
Olamide Zaccheaus photo 150. Olamide Zaccheaus PHI
Trenton Irwin Note
Trenton Irwin photo 151. Trenton Irwin CIN
Allen Robinson II Note
Allen Robinson II photo 152. Allen Robinson II PIT
Braxton Berrios Note
Braxton Berrios photo 153. Braxton Berrios MIA
Lil'Jordan Humphrey Note
Lil'Jordan Humphrey photo 154. Lil'Jordan Humphrey DEN
Dyami Brown Note
Dyami Brown photo 155. Dyami Brown WAS
KaVontae Turpin Note
KaVontae Turpin photo 156. KaVontae Turpin DAL
Deonte Harty Note
Deonte Harty photo 157. Deonte Harty BUF
Terrace Marshall Jr. Note
Terrace Marshall Jr. photo 158. Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR
Malik Washington Note
Malik Washington photo 159. Malik Washington FA
Ainias Smith Note
Ainias Smith photo 160. Ainias Smith FA
Richie James Jr. Note
Richie James Jr. photo 161. Richie James Jr. KC
Luke McCaffrey Note
Luke McCaffrey photo 162. Luke McCaffrey FA
Malik Heath Note
Malik Heath photo 163. Malik Heath GB
Ronnie Bell Note
Ronnie Bell photo 164. Ronnie Bell SF
De'Corian Clark Note
De'Corian Clark photo 165. De'Corian Clark FA
Jamison Crowder Note
Jamison Crowder photo 166. Jamison Crowder WAS
Moose Muhammad III Note
Moose Muhammad III photo 167. Moose Muhammad III FA
Tory Horton Note
Tory Horton photo 168. Tory Horton FA
Mack Hollins Note
Mack Hollins photo 169. Mack Hollins ATL
Erik Ezukanma Note
Erik Ezukanma photo 170. Erik Ezukanma MIA
Parris Campbell Note
Parris Campbell photo 171. Parris Campbell NYG
Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 172. Tim Patrick DEN
Laviska Shenault Jr. Note
Laviska Shenault Jr. photo 173. Laviska Shenault Jr. CAR
Theo Wease Note
Theo Wease photo 174. Theo Wease FA
Jamal Agnew Note
Jamal Agnew photo 175. Jamal Agnew JAC
Jha'Quan Jackson Note
Jha'Quan Jackson photo 176. Jha'Quan Jackson FA
Justin Shorter Note
Justin Shorter photo 177. Justin Shorter BUF
Ray-Ray McCloud III Note
Ray-Ray McCloud III photo 178. Ray-Ray McCloud III SF
Jalen Guyton Note
Jalen Guyton photo 179. Jalen Guyton LAC
Julio Jones Note
Julio Jones photo 180. Julio Jones PHI
Jason Brownlee Note
Jason Brownlee photo 181. Jason Brownlee NYJ
David Moore Note
David Moore photo 182. David Moore TB
Quez Watkins Note
Quez Watkins photo 183. Quez Watkins PHI
Bru McCoy Note
Bru McCoy photo 184. Bru McCoy FA
Zakhari Franklin Note
Zakhari Franklin photo 185. Zakhari Franklin FA
Trent Sherfield Note
Trent Sherfield photo 186. Trent Sherfield BUF
Derius Davis Note
Derius Davis photo 187. Derius Davis LAC
Deven Thompkins Note
Deven Thompkins photo 188. Deven Thompkins TB
Russell Gage Note
Russell Gage photo 189. Russell Gage TB
Alex Erickson Note
Alex Erickson photo 190. Alex Erickson LAC
Rakim Jarrett Note
Rakim Jarrett photo 191. Rakim Jarrett TB
KhaDarel Hodge Note
KhaDarel Hodge photo 192. KhaDarel Hodge ATL
Trey Knox Note
Trey Knox photo 193. Trey Knox FA
Jordan Whittington Note
Jordan Whittington photo 194. Jordan Whittington FA
Reggie Begelton Note
Reggie Begelton photo 195. Reggie Begelton FA
Isaiah Williams Note
Isaiah Williams photo 196. Isaiah Williams FA
KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 197. KJ Hamler BUF
Lynn Bowden Jr. Note
Lynn Bowden Jr. photo 198. Lynn Bowden Jr. NO
Tyre Brady Note
Tyre Brady photo 199. Tyre Brady FA
River Cracraft Note
River Cracraft photo 200. River Cracraft MIA
Scott Miller Note
Scott Miller photo 201. Scott Miller ATL
Ihmir Smith-Marsette Note
Ihmir Smith-Marsette photo 202. Ihmir Smith-Marsette CAR
Robbie Chosen Note
Robbie Chosen photo 203. Robbie Chosen MIA
Byron Pringle Note
Byron Pringle photo 204. Byron Pringle WAS
Sterling Shepard Note
Sterling Shepard photo 205. Sterling Shepard NYG
Ben Skowronek Note
Ben Skowronek photo 206. Ben Skowronek LAR
D.J. Montgomery Note
D.J. Montgomery photo 207. D.J. Montgomery IND
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 208. Isaiah McKenzie IND
Keith Kirkwood Note
Keith Kirkwood photo 209. Keith Kirkwood NO
Jalen Nailor Note
Jalen Nailor photo 210. Jalen Nailor MIN
Marquise Goodwin Note
Marquise Goodwin photo 211. Marquise Goodwin CLE
DeAndre Carter Note
DeAndre Carter photo 212. DeAndre Carter LV
Randall Cobb Note
Randall Cobb photo 213. Randall Cobb NYJ
Devin Duvernay Note
Devin Duvernay photo 214. Devin Duvernay BAL
Tim Jones Note
Tim Jones photo 215. Tim Jones JAC
Samori Toure Note
Samori Toure photo 216. Samori Toure GB
Trishton Jackson Note
Trishton Jackson photo 217. Trishton Jackson MIN
Trent Taylor Note
Trent Taylor photo 218. Trent Taylor CHI