Razzball.com and the Razzball logo units are copyright Razzball LLC.Site by Design & Develop, 2020 Post Draft Top 30 Rookie Wide Receivers, him the best WR he had to cover in college, coming in second place on a recent poll I ran. at A sneaky pick for Detroit in the 5th round, Cephus may only have to redshirt a year before his chance to shine. Chris Godwin comes off his rookie contract after 2020, but I would think the Bucs will make it a priority to re-sign him. He didn’t blossom until his senior year at Boise and I don’t see him as a very interesting prospect. Beyond that on the depth chart is a who’s who of role players, and 2019 sixth round pick Dylan Cantrell who missed his entire rookie season. is an unranked wide receiver for Dave and he will not be targeting him in rookie drafts. He’d still have been higher than 18th for me if the depth chart wasn’t so stacked in Tampa Bay. All rights reserved. I agree that CBS Sports can send me the "Fantasy Football Today Newsletter" newsletter. But of that remaining 28%, Mike Williams accounted for 15% of those targets. As with any 5th round pick, he’ll have to earn his spot, but there it’s easy to see a path to relevance for Cephus. Falling from a 2018 rank of seventh, the Chargers finished with the 21st ranked offense. There were some bubble guys that got surprising draft capital and some late round picks falling into nice situations that got a bump. He played four years at Virginia and will be 22 years old at the beginning of the 2020 NFL season. The. Jeff Okudah, who the Lions also selected with the 3rd overall pick, declared him the best WR he had to cover in college. Please enjoy this free preview of Factory Sports dynasty football content. All rights reserved. With a 4.38 forty time, Mooney could be a poor man’s KJ Hamler (who is a poor man’s Henry Ruggs) and serve as a deep threat in the NFL. Dissly is the only tight end under contract after this season. The only thing anyone says when Van’s name is brought up is his slick route running. Kudos to the degenerates reading this, as you’re obviously in a deep dynasty format. If you are a first timer please check out this article explaining my general rationale. Chargers rookie WR Joe Reed was “unleashed” in practice Monday, including getting work as a running back. Coulter has some very nice numbers with a final line of 72-1039-8 as a junior. Welcome to the back half of my top 30 rookie WRs! 8:38 pm ET. Long time fantasy sports runner up with an irrational love for spreadsheets. Yes, Keenan Allen did account for, 47% of the team targets went to non-WR players, . He could be a big slot receiver in the NFL, which is what Shanahan probably wants 2019 3rd round pick Jalen Hurd to be. I like that he was a good punt returner throughout his career and that is likely why he’ll have a roster spot in LA. Joe Reed shines in practice Monday. Additionally, you can also find Dave’s dynasty superflex rankings at Dynasty Football Factory. All Rights Reserved. The Los Angeles Chargers selected Joe Reed, Wide Receiver, out of the University of Virginia.He was the fifth pick of the fifth round and was the 19th wide receiver drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft.. For now, Tyrod Taylor is starting quarterback, but the Chargers are a favorite to take a quarterback with their first round pick at six. Allen, Williams and Henry have had some injuries in the past, but this also a team that favors passing to the RBs. ... Dynasty Leagues are growing and many players are delving in for the first time. I remain unconvinced that “route running” is a skill that leads to elite fantasy production. He has some degree of opportunity and will compete with Allen, Ekeler, Williams, and Henry for targets from Taylor and/or Herbert. Please check the opt-in box to acknowledge that you would like to subscribe. The Chargers are an attractive long term landing spot, however he will have little immediate opportunity in Los Angeles. Classmate Jalen Reagor should come in and be a threat to lead the team in targets, but Watkins could earn snaps with his blazing deep speed. 151 overall (fifth round). Hightower is not as fast as Watkins and is very thin at 6’1″ and only 189 pounds. Parkinson is someone to target now in dynasty drafts. He averaged 409.3 scrimmage yards (20th percentile) and 4.3 scrimmage touchdowns (38th percentile) per season for an average scrimmage dominator rating (average percentage of their team’s scrimmage yards and scrimmage touchdowns) per season of 8.8% (31st percentile). He was the seventh overall player in kick return yards in the FBS for 2019. If something happens to Allen, Williams, and/or Henry (it will) someone new to the roster can easily become fantasy relevant. Staff Writer for @DFF_Dynasty. Joe Reed didn’t rank in Shawn’s top 30 receiver. He technically snuck in a freshman breakout with a 24-267-2 line and ascended from there, turning in a ridiculous 47% market share as a junior. Certainly worth a shot in later rounds of rookie drafts, but playing time will be an issue. He has excellent speed and burst that will be able to stretch the field and use his skills carrying the ball to create yards after the catch in the NFL. Reed had an uninspiring production profile despite excellent athleticism. All these players have nice profiles but failed to secure a day 2 selection, with one exception. He was the fifth pick of the fifth round and was the 19th wide receiver drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft. In the end, he goes to the Bucs with a 5th round selection. However, the Chargers must have seen his interesting skill set and liked it enough to select him in the 5th round. Joe Reed is an unranked wide receiver for Dave and he will not be targeting him in rookie drafts. However, he was selected by one of the most WR needy teams, so there’s opportunity to impress. He had 106 returns, for 3,042 return yards, and five return touchdowns. This tier is only for those in leagues with huge rosters or taxi squads where there’s not a detrimental opportunity cost to stash longshots. He’ll be in a much better position to break out in 2021. 23rd least plays, but still threw on 63.3% of them. The Chargers offense took a major step back last season. Reed was one of the top kick returners in college football throughout his career. The Chargers invested fifth round draft capital into Reed. CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. Commissioner.com is a registered trademark of CBS Interactive Inc. site: fantasynews | arena: nfl | pageType: stories | Additionally, you can see the ascent and decline of various WRs since February with my pre-combine rankings and post-combine rankings. ©2020 Dynasty Football Factory. Reed wasn’t efficient either and averaged 0.43 scrimmage yards per team play (20th percentile). Reed is barely a blip on the Chargers radar and should be even less of one on yours. ... and he's only a late-round pick in rookie-only drafts for Dynasty formats. Designed with Fantasy Football in mind. Old for a prospect, he spent 5 years honing his craft in college so maybe he can at least be a veteran presence at rookie minicamp. This is a team with no WR3 or TE2, leaving plenty of room for a new WR to carve out a role behind those three players.
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