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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2024 Draft Rankings

Marvin Harrison Jr. Note
Marvin Harrison Jr. photo 13. Marvin Harrison Jr.
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.
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Malik Nabers Note
Malik Nabers photo 27. Malik Nabers
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.
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Rome Odunze Note
Rome Odunze photo 34. Rome Odunze
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.
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Keon Coleman Note
Keon Coleman photo 54. Keon Coleman
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.
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Brian Thomas Jr. Note
Brian Thomas Jr. photo 58. Brian Thomas Jr.
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.
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Adonai Mitchell Note
Adonai Mitchell photo 65. Adonai Mitchell
Troy Franklin Note
Troy Franklin photo 71. Troy Franklin
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
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Devontez Walker Note
Devontez Walker photo 76. Devontez Walker
Ladd McConkey Note
Ladd McConkey photo 77. Ladd McConkey
Ja'Lynn Polk Note
Ja'Lynn Polk photo 82. Ja'Lynn Polk
Malachi Corley Note
Malachi Corley photo 84. Malachi Corley
Xavier Worthy Note
Xavier Worthy photo 85. Xavier Worthy
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.
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Xavier Legette Note
Xavier Legette photo 89. Xavier Legette
Roman Wilson Note
Roman Wilson photo 90. Roman Wilson
Jalen McMillan Note
Jalen McMillan photo 98. Jalen McMillan
Jermaine Burton Note
Jermaine Burton photo 112. Jermaine Burton
Johnny Wilson Note
Johnny Wilson photo 125. Johnny Wilson
Jamari Thrash Note
Jamari Thrash photo 126. Jamari Thrash
Jacob Cowing Note
Jacob Cowing photo 129. Jacob Cowing
Brenden Rice Note
Brenden Rice photo 132. Brenden Rice
Ricky Pearsall Note
Ricky Pearsall photo 138. Ricky Pearsall
Javon Baker Note
Javon Baker photo 141. Javon Baker
Emeka Egbuka Note
Emeka Egbuka photo 144. Emeka Egbuka
J. Michael Sturdivant Note
J. Michael Sturdivant photo 148. J. Michael Sturdivant
Malik Washington Note
Malik Washington photo 159. Malik Washington
Ainias Smith Note
Ainias Smith photo 160. Ainias Smith
Luke McCaffrey Note
Luke McCaffrey photo 162. Luke McCaffrey
De'Corian Clark Note
De'Corian Clark photo 165. De'Corian Clark
Moose Muhammad III Note
Moose Muhammad III photo 167. Moose Muhammad III
Tory Horton Note
Tory Horton photo 168. Tory Horton
Theo Wease Note
Theo Wease photo 174. Theo Wease
Jha'Quan Jackson Note
Jha'Quan Jackson photo 176. Jha'Quan Jackson
Bru McCoy Note
Bru McCoy photo 184. Bru McCoy
Zakhari Franklin Note
Zakhari Franklin photo 185. Zakhari Franklin
Jordan Whittington Note
Jordan Whittington photo 194. Jordan Whittington
Reggie Begelton Note
Reggie Begelton photo 195. Reggie Begelton
Isaiah Williams Note
Isaiah Williams photo 196. Isaiah Williams
Tyre Brady Note
Tyre Brady photo 199. Tyre Brady