WR - BAL
Week 13 Outlook
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Route-running savant. Has a phenomenal understanding of how to freeze DBs with his footwork at the top of his break and then snap his hips. Diverse route-tree and lined up on either side of the field. Able to control his momentum extremely well and throttle down from full speed. Wallace is a solid athlete, but not a spectacular one. He has good burst and short area quickness in and out of his breaks, but he struggles to get off the line of scrimmage. He's not going to beat any NFL DBs deep downfield, but will have to win with route-running savvy and winning at the catch point. Phenomenal hands and catches nearly everything thrown his way. Has great concentration and is able to go up and highpoint the ball surprisingly well for someone his size. Fantastic in contested catch situations. Plays with the mentality that the ball is his and he's coming down with it, no matter what. Might struggle against bigger DBs to go up above them, but has a great vertical leap to compensate for his size. Due to his lack of elite athleticism, Wallace isn't going to break away for big plays after the catch. He'll be routinely open and can pick up chunk gains due to the amount of separation he'll have, but he won't be outrunning defenders in the open field. Releases is one of the areas that Wallace needs to improve on the most. He lacks the strength to stand up to press coverage and he's often re-routed out of bounds. He lacks the elite burst necessary to sidestep defenders in press and he is unable to create enough acceleration to separate when a DB's right on his hip. He's excellent in Cover 3 or off-man coverage, but NFL defenses are going to understand how to eliminate him from the game and they'll do it repeatedly. He'd be best moving into the slot at the next level to ensure separation, but acceleration or burst might be a concern there as well.Outstanding at tracking the ball deep downfield. The throws weren't always the most accurate, but he consistently showed the ability to slow down or accelerate to put himself in the best position to reel in the catch. He's not going to wow people at his Pro Day in the 40-yard dash, but he has more than enough speed to be a decent player in the NFL. However, the concern is whether or not his 40-time will affect his Draft stock.
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Tylan Wallace selected No. 131 by Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens have selected WR Tylan Wallace with the No. 131 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Ravens continue to select receivers in the draft, adding Oklahoma State WR Tylan Wallace after targeting Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman in the first round. QB Lamar Jackson experienced regression with his passing last season after winning league MVP in 2019, so the addition of a big-play speedster like Wallace will help open up the offense. Expect the Ravens to use the 185-pound Wallace in pre-motion offensive schemes as well as on go routes to stretch the field vertically, allowing Lamar to face a less stacked box, which also adds value to RB J.K. Dobbins' fantasy outlook heading into the season.
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|Rest of Season||WR #159||WR #157||WR #157||1|
|Dynasty||WR #118||WR #93||WR #149||5|
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