Our NFL rookie profile series continues with this analysis of 2019 NFL Draft Prospect David Sills, WR of West Virginia. You can also check out all of our NFL Draft Prospect articles here. We will continue to provide you with these in-depth rookie profiles and a ton of other fantasy football rookie analysis right up through the NFL Draft. Stay tuned, and stay ahead of your league!
We are only a few weeks from draft day and there are going to be a few very intriguing wide receivers drafted in the later rounds who could make an impact in fantasy. Usually, these players have some interesting components to their profile, whether it’s athleticism, production or scheme fit, making them a potential breakout candidate in fantasy leagues. These are the players that we need to keep a close eye on because they could be develop into late-round steals in rookie drafts.
David Sills, from West Virginia, is another player projected to get drafted in the final rounds. He’s not an athletic specimen, but his two very productive seasons at the collegiate level are an indicator that he has the potential to flash at the next level.
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