Luke Farrell leads all receivers in yards in Hall of Fame Game Thursday
Luke Farrell caught three of four targets for 43 yards in Jacksonville's 27-11 loss to Las Vegas in Thursday night's Hall of Fame Game.
Farrell lead all receivers with a game-high 43 yards on three receptions, hauling in all but one of them. Farrell caught 34 balls for 380 yards and four touchdowns at The Ohio State University but figures to mainly be a blocking tight end early on. Jacksonville brought in Evan Engram in the offseason to be the main receiving tight end for Trevor Lawrence and Farrell is currently 4th on the depth chart but the former Buckeye could see more work in the passing game if he continues to produce. He could be a sleeper at an extremely top-heavy position like tight end, but not worth a draft and stash on Draft Day. He is worth keeping an eye on, in terms of his usage and targets, as the season progresses, especially if you don't draft a stud.