Tags Archives: LSU

Overlooked and Underrated Rookie WRs April 4, 2021

With most of the Pro Days behind us and the NFL Draft quickly approaching it seems to be a good time to reveal some rookie WRs that might be flying a bit under the radar at the moment. Should it be because of the hype surrounding WRs at the top of the boa...

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Pro Day Round-Up March 12, 2021

Today is March 11, 2021, this is important because we are less than a week away from Free Agency. On March 17th we will likely find out where players such as JuJu Smith-Schuster, Kenny Golladay, Aaron Jones, Will Fuller, Curtis Samuel, Corey Davis, Todd G...

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February DFF Devy Mock Draft: Round 1 March 2, 2021

We composed a four-person mock draft at DFF to start collecting devy rank data. For some people, a devy-only draft will be coming up soon, while for others the only draft of the season will be a blended rookie and devy draft after the NFL Draft takes plac...

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Kayshon Boutte: 2021 Devy Profile February 24, 2021

Kayshon Boutte is a 6’0” and 185 lbs. five-star wide receiver for the LSU Tigers. He was the WR2 and 24th overall prospect from the 2023 class. In his true freshman season, Boutte caught 45 passes for 735 yards and five TDs. Within the context of the ...

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DFF Way Too Early Mock Draft 1.0: First Round February 23, 2021

Yes, some of us are still nursing Super Bowl hangovers or regretting watching Tom Brady walk out of the organization he called home for the last two decades, but there are three things we love in Fantasy Football: Start-Up Drafting, Trading & Rookie Draft...

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Navigating Your Rookie Draft: 2021 Wide Receivers January 25, 2021

Wide receiver is the position in which analysts have the most different inputs for analyzing prospects. This is because it is by far the hardest position to analyze, whether that be grinding film or navigating through advanced metrics. This is because the...

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Devy Freshman Breakout of the Year Team January 15, 2021

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 genera...

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Devy Breakout Player of the Week December 14, 2020

The college football regular season concluded this weekend, and we now head into conference championship week. As we await the bowl game invitations we can look back on a great season. The incredibly high number of opt-outs this year opened the door for m...

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2020 Rookie IDP: Defensive Backs April 23, 2020

In this series, we analyze rookie IDP prospects by position group, giving you insight into where players will be selected and the pros and cons of each prospect’s game. Today, we’ll focus on the 2020 rookie defensive backs....

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Robby Anderson to the Panthers April 1, 2020

This article will be a quick stock up/stock down reactions piece for the dynasty value of everyone on the Panthers after they signed Robby Anderson. I’ll run through each of the fantasy-relevant players, starting with Anderson himself and them moving on...

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Early 2020 Rookie Redraft Primer Part 4 March 26, 2020

Part 1 of this article series focused on the incoming rookie quarterbacks. Then, part 2 and part 3 covered running backs and the top two wide receivers. In this fourth and final part, I will cover four more incoming rookie wide receivers. All of these pla...

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Early 2020 Rookie Redraft Primer Part 3 March 24, 2020

At Oklahoma, Lamb found wild success. He played three years with a series of star college quarterbacks: Baker Mayfield in 2017, Kyler Murray in 2018, and Jalen Hurts in 2019. In total, Lamb had 173 catches for 3,292 yards and 32 touchdowns. His 2019 perfo...

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SEC Spring ‘18: LSU April 21, 2018

Quarterback Few positions have been as disappointing as the LSU QBs over the past decade. History tells me to skip this section altogether and get right to the RBs and the defense. Instead of using a bunch of my own words, I’m going to borrow from Billy...

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