WR - BUF
Khalil Shakir might not have received late Day 3 draft capital (fifth-round), but he was gifted with a juicy landing spot. Shakir sits behind Jamison Crowder, who is on a one-year deal, and special teams players like Jake Kumerow and Isaiah McKenzie for snaps. Shakir is a versatile receiver who can play both inside and on the perimeter. He's a player worth bookmarking for a middle-round pick who could be a starter in the Buffalo offense in 2023.
Fifth round pick, 6'0", 196lb, 21.1yr, 4.43 forty, Boise, 40.8% college dominator, 32% target share. 7.28 three-cone
4.21 shuttle, 34.5" vertical, 10'4" broad jump.
Khalil Shakir's electric Boise State career hit its peak during his 2020 season when he cultivated a whopping 46% dominator score - the second-highest single-season rating among the 2022 Draft Class. He finished that year as PFF's ninth-graded WR (88.8), averaging over 100 receiving yards and 7.4 catches per game.
Shakir's junior season was a strong follow-up to his 2019 breakout sophomore campaign when he hung a 22% dominator rating at age 19.
The Boise State slot wide receiver would go on to end his college career on a high note as PFF's third-highest-graded wide receiver (92.9) among his draft class.
As a strong favorite to etch out a role working inside for an NFL offense, Shakir could emerge as a Russell Gage-esque receiver that works well in fantasy PPR scoring.
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