Heading into his sophomore season, McLaurin will have a new system brought in by new coordinator Scott Turner who is seeking to spread the field to create more explosive plays. In 2019, the third-round selection played in 14 games, tallying 919 yards and seven touchdowns on 58 receptions. A full season would have seen him easily eclipse 1,000 yards as a rookie. To his credit, McLaurin isn't resting on his laurels and says he began working to improve shortly following the end of the 2019 season, getting in two full months of training in before facilities were shut down due to COVID-19. Some of the receiver's success will be in the hands of sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins, who struggled under-center as a starter but started to show improvement late in the season. DLF's WR26 with an ADP of 48, McLaurin has a chance to shine in 2020 but carries significant risk as a sophomore player with question marks at quarterback.