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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2024 PPR Draft Rankings

Marvin Harrison Jr. Note
Marvin Harrison Jr. photo 10. Marvin Harrison Jr. (vs . SF)
Harrison Jr.'s prospect profile speaks for itself. Over the last two years of college, he ranked fifth and seventh in YPRR and third and sixth in PFF receiving grade. He has the size and overall skillset to command alpha-level volume from the jump, and he'll have that opportunity in Arizona. Yes, he will have to contend with Trey McBride for the weekly team lead in targets, but after McBride, things get sparse quickly. Arizona still has Greg Dortch and Michael Wilson and added Zay Jones this offseason, but none of those players have proven they can consistently push for a 20% target share in the NFL. Harrison's draft stock is spicy, but he deserves it. Last year, Arizona tossed the rock 555 times; if Harrison can command a 25% target share (which is possible), he would be tied for 13th in raw target volume among wide receivers last year. Harrison could rank top 12 in targets among wideouts in his rookie season.
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Michael Wilson Note
Michael Wilson photo 67. Michael Wilson (vs . SF)
The highlight of Week 18? Rookie Michael Wilson.
6 targets (21% target share) and 6 receptions for 95 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, as long as he can fend off Zay Jones. Wilson also finished his season on a high note, averaging 15.5 points per game after his last two contests with Marquise Brown out.
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Zay Jones Note
Zay Jones photo 90. Zay Jones (vs . SF)
Zay Jones' 2023 season was marred by injuries, limiting his impact to just 34 receptions for 321 yards and 2 touchdowns in 9 games. Despite the challenges, his performance in the final four games hinted at his potential when healthy, averaging 8 fantasy points and just south of 10 targets/game. His signing with the Arizona Cardinals after being released presents a fresh opportunity, and if he can maintain his health, he could become a valuable asset in their offense as No. 3 option.
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Greg Dortch Note
Greg Dortch photo 111. Greg Dortch (vs . SF)
Chris Moore Note
Chris Moore photo 143. Chris Moore (vs . SF)
Xavier Weaver Note
Xavier Weaver photo 218. Xavier Weaver (vs . SF)
Tejhaun Palmer Note
Tejhaun Palmer photo 225. Tejhaun Palmer (vs . SF)
Zach Pascal Note
Zach Pascal photo 242. Zach Pascal (vs . SF)
Daniel Arias Note
Daniel Arias photo 277. Daniel Arias (vs . SF)