Artavis Scott this year's sleeper wide receiver?
Undrafted rookie wide receiver Artavis Scott is aiming to prove doubters wrong who overlooked him at the 2017 NFL draft.
Scott ranked number one among all power five conference receivers in yards after the catch. With an impressive 85.5 percent of his yards coming after the catch over three seasons, Scott amassed 245 receptions for 2,480 yards and 19 touchdowns.
This is incredible when compared to his fellow Clemson teammate Mike Williams. Who put up a career stat line of 177 receptions for 2,727 receiving yards, and 21 touchdowns over four seasons.
While the Chargers have an abundance of playmakers at all the skill positions on offense, there are still legitimate questions about the slot position. Artavis Scott should be on your sleeper list because of the opportunity at hand. The Chargers receiving corps does not have the best track record when it comes to perfect health. Between Keenan Allen's torn ACL and lacerated kidney, Tyrell Williams chronic shoulder problems (torn labrum), and Mike Williams back (mild disc hernia) don't be shocked to see Artavis Scott thrown into a starting role, possibly sooner than later.