Who Is Jordan Addison?
Jordan Addison is a college football wide receiver for the USC Trojans. He previously played for the Pittsburgh Panthers, where he won the 2021 Fred Biletnikoff Award before transferring to USC in 2022.
Jordan Addison Articles
Jan 28, 2023 · John DiBari
John DiBari shares his experience of a three-round rookie mock draft using DLF's simulator.
Jan 20, 2023 · Ken Kelly
A behind the scene look at ranking methodology and individual rankings vs the consensus.
Jan 15, 2023 · Shane Manila
Is Jaxon Smith-Njigba the next big NFL star receiver out of Ohio State?
Jan 14, 2023 · John DiBari
A look at the dynasty relevant rookies from NFL mock draft data.
Jan 14, 2023 · Levi Chappell
Can Johnston be the second receiver off the board in rookie drafts?
Jan 13, 2023 · Peter Lawrence
How high will Gibbs go in dynasty rookie drafts?
Jan 10, 2023 · Jeff Mueller
Will Addison end up in the top 7 in dynasty rookie drafts?
Oct 21, 2022 · Shane Hallam
We check in on some of the young players in college football and the NFL. What is the latest on their futures?
Sep 23, 2022 · Shane Hallam
We break down how some of the most intriguing players in devy and dynasty fantasy football are progressing.
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Jordan Addison News
Jordan Addison comp · Jan 22, 2023
ESPN's Matt Miller compares USC receiver Jordan Addison to Keenan Allen
It's a comp we've heard before and it's far more relative to play style than physical comparison. Allen, standing at 6'2/211 lbs. possesses probably three additional inches and 40 more pounds to that of Addison, but there are similarities in route intelligence and after-the-catch physicality. That's where the comparison ends, however. Addison will look to follow-on to many other recent USC receivers to advance to the next level with success but his slight build remains a concern to some. He's listed as DLF's WR2 and the R4 overall.
Jordan Addison declares · Jan 17, 2023
USC wide receiver Jordan Addison has declared for the 2023 NFL Draft.
Addison was dominant in 2021 at Pitt as he and Kenny Pickett formed one of the most lethal QB/WR duos in the country. After recording 100 catches for 1,593 receiving yards, and 17 touchdowns, Addison moved to USC and while his 59/875/8 season paled in comparison this year, you can see his obvious talent. Addison is going to compete with the likes of Quentin Johnston and Jaxon Smith-Ngiba to be the first receiver taken and should be in line to compete for one of the top five overall rookie drafts picks in 1QB leagues this off-season.
Jordan Addison the first receiver · Dec 13, 2022
In Todd McShay's first 2023 mock draft, USC receiver Jordan Addison is selected 20th-overall by the Giants and is the first receiver off-the-board
The Giants would seem to be a near-lock to select a receiver highly in the next draft and Addison continues to run as the top player the position. Much like Philly's DeVonta Smith, Addison has a slight (6'/175) build without a lot of room to add weight. But, he's silky smooth, possesses incredible body control and can run an NFL route tree. The 2023 draft class, once expected to be deep at receiver is now trailing 2022's standout class but still has intriguing names which will fill the back half of the first round, both in the NFL and during dynasty drafts.
Jordan Addison the top receiver · Dec 7, 2022
USC receiver Jordan Addison was named as the top receiver in the 2023 NFL Draft class
Addison narrowly edged OSU's Jaxon Smith-Njigba for top honors but the 2023 class is falling short to that of 2022, and years prior. Addison is a fluid runner post-reception and is effortless in his ball tracking but at 6'/175 lbs., he'll lose points due to size. Certain to be a first-round selection, he'll comp reasonably well to Eagles recent undersized receiver DeVonta Smith.