Devy TE

Draft Stock Watch: Post-Bowl Offseason Madness Part 2

Hello, again Fantasy Devy Gamers! We are here again to analyze the latest updates, performances, and NFL buzz surrounding college players that should prove to be integral to their eventual NFL Draft Stock. We will utilize recent statistics, performance and film, and general “front office whispers” to compile the intel shared. The hope is to provide you with a leg up on your opponents. You will know which devy players to target in trades and/or in what range of draft picks (both NFL and fantasy drafts) you can expect these players to be selected.

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The All-Sophomore Devy Breakout Team

In devy leagues, we are all looking for not only the generational talents at the collegiate level that will be NFL stars when they go pro, but we are also looking for the hidden gems that go under the radar but will be league winners someday. While generational talents like Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne, and Ja’Marr Chase are all well known in the fantasy community this article will try to determine breakout players who can be attained in future devy drafts based on their on-field play and analytical profiles.

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Mid-American Conference: WR and TE

Despite playing at a smaller school, Odom was still able to rack up a solid stat line of 20 receptions, 308 yards, and 3 TDs during his freshman year at Ohio. He proceeded to improve upon these stats during his Sophomore year, amassing 30 receptions, 418 yards, and 2 TDs. Odom proved to be a reliable target in that offense, repeatedly flashing sideline awareness and remarkable toe-dragging ability whenever necessary. In addition, Odom utilized every bit of his 6’1” frame when faced with contested catch situations, as he consistently out-positioned and out-muscled DBs at the catch point.

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