WR - IND
Parris Campbell has yet to stay healthy. Twice he's been on my sleepers list and twice he's had injury plagued seasons. If he can stay healthy he has the talent to make some noise. If he stays healthy through August I'll bump him up some. He's big and fast. He also gets an upgrade at QB if Carson Wentz returns to form. Campbell will be dirt cheap on draft day (current ADP 19th round) so he's worth a late round flyer. I probably just put the famous Ringo jinx on the poor guy again- ugh!
Parris Campbell has been a darling breakout for two straight years and shown and has fallen short of expectations. Carson Wentz could indeed finally make Campbell a fantasy asset out of the slot, but Wentz has traditionally favored the TE's over the middle of the field and the Colts have plenty of those. Campbell is worthy of a deep league speculation, but could be waiver wire fodder by October if he and Wentz don't connect.
Whenever a receiver gets hurt early in the year, it's easy for drafters to forget about them. Campbell had nine targets, six receptions, and 71 yards in the one game he played last year. Do you know how many times Michael Pittman (who's being drafted as a top-50 wide receiver) can say he hit those numbers? Once. Both former second rounders have a ceiling depending on who Carson Wentz favors, but it's not built into Campbell's price. If Wentz keeps doing what he did in Philadelphia, that's targeting tight ends/slot receivers over the middle of the field, which is primarily where Campbell lines up.
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