Keke Coutee

Keke Coutee

WR - HOU
Height: 5' 11"Weight: 180 lbsAge: 22College: Texas Tech

2019 Outlook

Strength of Schedule
WR Rank: 11th
Draft Rank (ECR) #103
Best / Worst #68 / #168
ADP #139

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He actually had more targets than Nuk during his games played. Up.

Keke averaged 13.7 half ppr points per game, and a 7.2/76/0.4 stat line in his healthy games last season. When you look the Texans roster, you have Hopkins as a target monster, but after him the RB's they have aren't going to demand many targets and they don't have a good TE. So you're really just left with Fuller coming off a torn ACL and Coutee. Even giving Hopkins a 26% target market share there are still plenty of targets remaining for Keke. He's not an incredible athlete, but he does have an above average SPARQ-x score, an above average agility score and an extremely high speed-score. He posted the second most target separation per route among all WR's last season and he had the 4th highest reception percentage from the slot. The hamstring injuries are concerning, so if he pulls his hamstring in camp then I'm going to move him down my rankings. As of right now though, he's being undervalued by the community. This team has a very concentrated target market share, so there's a lot of opportunity for him to succeed.

When in the lineup, Coutee was a very big part of the Texans offense, seeing 41 targets in just six games. Some will wonder what that would look like with both Will Fuller and Deandre Hopkins on the field, but we did see a glimpse of that, as Hopkins was targeted 39 times, Coutee 30 times, and Fuller 19 times. While Fuller will offer bigger "booms" due to the nature of his game, it might be Coutee who's a bit more consistent while playing in the slot.

22 yo - Working on chemistry with Watson. Sky is the limit.