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A Comprehensive Look at the 2020 Rookie Wide Receiver Class

Ryan Miller breaks down this year’s rookie class with his wide receiver model.

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Ryan Miller breaks down this year's rookie class with his wide receiver model.

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A Comprehensive Look at the 2020 Rookie Wide Receiver Class
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Alexander Scott
10 months ago

Drafting tonight! Very timely and well thought out.

Eric Kriwer
10 months ago

Great analysis! Thank you…

Raymond Phillips
10 months ago

Awesome! One of the best articles I’ve seen on here!

mike fredrickson
10 months ago

I drafted Duvernay #52 in superflex, Reagor #12

Vendetta .
10 months ago

Fantastic article and very timely too. I had two draft start today, got Lamb in one and Jefferson and Pittman in another. Makes me feel even better about my picks after reading this!

Richard Thomas
10 months ago

Awesome

Casey Rossetti
10 months ago

Excellent research and article! I’ve been struggling with values of Reagor and Higgins (too low) and Claypool (too high), and this data helps me level set early career expectations on them all. Also been hoping to also nab Duvernay later in upcoming rookie drafts. I would still take Edwards over him, but now would have to reconsider taking Claypool first as well.

Casey Rossetti
Reply to  Casey Rossetti
10 months ago

P.S. I have two drafts coming up in a couple of weeks, so I will be looking out for that Duvernay follow-up piece that you teased.

6gummybearsandsomescotch
10 months ago

Great article here! Perfect companion piece to go with Harmon’s Reception Perception. I have 1.04, 1.11, 1.12 and 2.01 in my upcoming draft and I feel better about it the more I read. Thanks again!

Jay Lee
10 months ago

I am struggling to see why Denzel Mims doesn’t smash in your model, just based purely on all of those numbers that are flying off the screen in all your charts.

Insane athleticism: check
Huge opportunity in NY: check
Absolute target/RZ/ms monster on Oregon: check

The only downside you’ve listed is “Gase”. Seems a bit much? HC’s come and go, especially ones named Adam Gase…

Jburley
Reply to  Jay Lee
10 months ago

*Baylor. This was my question as well. Super comprehensive breakdown, thanks Ryan.

Bushman56
10 months ago

Fantastic breakdown… like the way Tiers are a combination of factors. Will you/DFL be doing similar breakdown on RBs?

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