2021 Rookies: WR edition

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jesteva wrote:
Griffimo wrote:If linguine was a wide receiver


Agree.... :wink:

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OarChambo wrote:A successful 6'1 175 lb wr would be an outlier.


I'm willing to believe you if you can provide any actual data which demonstrates this to be the case.

I just looked at three guys I randomly picked.

Randy Moss, who is taller and bigger, so probably not a great comp.

Marvin Harrison who is very similar, but actually lighter at the draft.

Desean Jackson who is shorter and lighter.

So how much deviation from BMI are you going to accept to demonstrate outlier?

Granted, you did say 'successful', but that underscores the point I'm making more.

It matters incredibly more, almost only, *where* he goes, not what his BMI is. Because, again, I said it's not an extreme outlier, but to be fair, I didn't define my parameters for that either, but let's say has to deviate from BMI measurements by more than 33%. Else, tell me what metric you are using.

Marvin's the only one I'm aware of, but I am not going to prioritize time (no matter the analysis outcome my assessment will be the same) to research further. I've seen enough of him to believe he has the skills to overcome his lack of traits, so for my purposes it'd be a waste of time. If someone else decides it's worth their time & energy by all means - information is a good thing.
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I also like Nico Collins, Seth Williams, and Shi Smith as later round guys.
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i currently have bateman in my top tier.
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getdownmmmkay wrote:i currently have bateman in my top tier.


I dont have him in my top tier, but wouldnt argue him being up there. I do have him as my WR2 and will have a ton of shares. Ill likely be trading back into the 1.08-1.10 range in hopes of getting all the Bateman shares I can get.
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kkiddynamite21 wrote:I also like Nico Collins, Seth Williams, and Shi Smith as later round guys.

Got an informed opinion on Shi? Never watched him. I've seen enough of the other two to have guarded optimism though.
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kkiddynamite21 wrote:I also like Nico Collins, Seth Williams, and Shi Smith as later round guys.

Got an informed opinion on Shi? Never watched him. I've seen enough of the other two to have guarded optimism though.



Informed is such a relative term. Lol! Im a big SEC guy so Ive watched a lot of him. Good hands, nice footwork and route running. Extremely tough, probably earn his living in the first third of the field at the next level. If you liked Bryan Edwards coming out, you will like Smith. I like him as later round guy. There is some Cole Beasley to his game imo.
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The Justin Jefferson vibes just keep coming
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I’d love to get Bateman in the 1.08- 1.10 window
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getdownmmmkay wrote:There's a lot of grown man in tylan Wallace's game. Not AJ brown by any means, but he's playing football.

It bothers me that Ok St refuses to adapt their formula when they have special players. Cause there is no way of knowing if there is more to him until after he gets to the leeg.
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Rashod Bateman
Terrace Marshall
Tylan Wallace
Tamorrion Terry
Amon Ra St. Brown
Kadarius Toney
Dyami Brown
Amari Rodgers


With the possible exception of Bateman, these guys are going to be available in the 2nd and in some cases, the 3rd round of dyno drafts. If you are in an IDP league, even better if you're WR needy heading into this draft. We'll see if it's better than last year which would be hard but it's deep at least on paper going into the NFL draft.

I don't have E Moore in that list as I can see him sneaking into the back end of dyno round 1 landing spot dependent.
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