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Brock Bowers Dynasty Value

By C. H. Herms | Updated on Fri, 05 Apr 2024 . 10:41 AM EDT
Brock Bowers' dynasty value is highlighted by his high score in the Draft Sharks Rookie Model, along with other strong stats.



Few TE prospects have announced themselves years before they become NFL Draft eligible.

Vernon Davis got some big hype in the mid-2000s. Kyle Pitts generated a ton of buzz coming out of Florida.

And now there's Brock Bowers from Georgia.

  • Athletic bloodline? Check.
  • Incredible statistical achievement? Check.
  • Awards, accolades, and winning national championships? Check.

Is Bowers the next big fantasy superstar? There's a strong chance that answer is yes.

Let's dig into one of the most exciting TE prospects of at least the past decade ...


Brock Bowers Dynasty Values

Dynasty 1-qb Dynasty Superflex
Non-PPR 58 Non-PPR 44
PPR 54 PPR 48
TE Premium 60 TE Premium 51

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Brock Bowers Draft Profile

Position: TE
Height: 6’3”
Weight: 243
Draft Age: 21.2
NFL Draft Pick: TBD

Draft Sharks Model Score: 9.05
Analytics Score: 0.89
Film Score: 0.63
Production Score: 0.98

Brock Bowers Combine Results

Wingspan Arm Length HAnd Size 40-yard Dash 10-yard split
78 1/4" 32 3/4" 9 3/4" N/A N/A
Bench Press Vertical Broad Jump 3-cone drill 20-yard shuttle

Percentiles vs Combine TEs since 1999, per MockDraftable


Brock Bowers College Stats

Games REc Tgts rec% Yds TDs adot y/rr
2021 15 56 71 78.9% 882 13 8.8 3.01
2022 15 63 82 76.8% 942 7 9.0 2.37
2023 10 56 71 78.9% 717 6 6.5 2.63

Bowers Bred to be Stellar Athlete?

It's pretty easy to understand where Bowers' physical prowess comes from once you learn more about his family ...

  • DeAnna Bowers (mother): former All-America softball pitcher at Utah State, inducted into school's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2018.
  • Warren Bowers (father): former All-Big West center for Utah State football team.
  • Brianna Bowers (sister): played softball at Sacramento State 2019-22.

Brock Bowers became a four-star recruit (TE3 in the country) in the 2021 class from Napa High School in California, where he played basketball as well.

Immediate Success at Georgia

Bowers chose Georgia over 19 other schools and didn't wait long to make an impact.

The young playmaker led the Bulldogs with 56 receptions, 882 yards, and a school single-season record 13 receiving TDs in 2021. His receiving TD total ranked second in the SEC and sixth in the NCAA.

Bowers earned SEC Freshman of the Year honors, as well as spots on the All-SEC first team and All-America second team.

Bowers Made History in Just Three Years

In 2022, Bowers again led the team with:

  • 63 catches
  • 943 yards
  • 7 TDs

He earned first-team All-SEC and All-America honors -- as well as the John Mackey Award (nation's top tight end).

Even Surgery Can't Stop Him

Bowers endured his first setback in 2023: a left high-ankle sprain vs. Vanderbilt in mid-October required tightrope surgery. That cost Bowers nearly a month and four of Georgia's 14 games.

The TE still led the team in catches (56), receiving yards (717), and TDs (6) for a third straight season. Bowers also became the first two-time Mackey Award winner.

Across three seasons in school, Bowers never finished any lower than third in PFF receiving grade, yards per route run, or receiving yards among TEs with at least 50 targets.

Centerpiece of Great Teams

It's also worth mentioning that Georgia won national championships in each of Bowers' first two seasons.

Between those two title games, Bowers recorded:

  • 12 catches
  • 205 receiving yards
  • 1 receiving TD

Georgia also deployed Bowers often as a runner.

He recorded 19 carries for 193 yards and 5 TDs for his career. That's rare usage for a TE.

So what can dynasty managers expect from the budding hotshot?


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Brock Bowers Highlights

Games watched: Georgia Tech (2022), Ohio State (2022) , TCU (2022), Oregon (2022), South Carolina, UT Martin, Alabama

Bowers a Versatile Weapon

In-line, out of the slot, and at times even out wide or from the backfield.

Bowers delivers an impact presence from any spot in the formation.

The first play here shows Bowers running from the slot to secure a catch vs. TCU:

Brock Bowers catches a long pass across the middle vs. TCU. His ability to work downfield vaults his dynasty value.

Here, Bowers takes a short pass from in-line toward the sidelines, requiring several defenders to tackle him vs. South Carolina:

Brock Bowers takes a short pass toward the sidelines, requiring several defenders to tackle him vs. South Carolina. Bowers' after-catch ability helps his dynasty value.

And in this clip, we see Bowers run in motion to take a long route near the sidelines for a significant gain vs. Auburn:

Brock Bowers comes down with a long reception vs. Auburn out of motion. His scheme versatility should keep him on the field, helping his dynasty value.

Bowers' game speaks for itself.

He pops off the screen when the ball is in his hands. Bowers is a tremendously well-rounded athlete with an aggressive, high-motor play style.

That mirrors 49ers TE George Kittle.

It's also pretty cool to watch him work as a runner out of the backfield and on touch passes.

Any team would be lucky to have Bowers as a red zone weapon. Below are a pair of plays in which he receives a touch pass and a straight carry as a runner out of the backfield with great success:

Brock Bowers takes a touch pass and carries defenders several yards vs. South Carolina. Bowers can work all areas of the field, key for his fantasy football value.
sBrock Bowers scores a rushing TD on a quick end-around vs. UT-Martin. His rushing work displays his fantasy football upside.

Tough to Find Faults in Bowers

Although it clearly didn't limit him in college, Bowers' size will be worth watching as a potential NFL factor.

According to Mockdraftable, he rates just 23rd percentile in height for the position among Combine TEs since 1999; 12th percentile in weight.

Still, Bowers proved to be at least an adequate blocker in my video sample. That separates him from Kyle Pitts as prospects. Bowers isn't just a "big WR."

Will He Play Full Time?

Bowers' blocking obviously won't impact your fantasy team. But it'll matter for how much he can stay on the field.

In the past, Bowers' lack of size vs. the position prototype might be enough to limit his playing time. But we need only look back at the last two draft classes for positive comps.

Trey McBride (2022), Sam LaPorta (2023), and Dalton Kincaid (2023) all sport very similar size. All got drafted within the first two rounds. And all have already made significant impacts.

Bowers appears likely to get drafted earlier than any of those three.


Dynasty Value Conclusion

There hasn't been a playmaker as accomplished as Bowers to enter the league at TE in over a decade.

There's a reason Bowers already appears as the TE6 in our dynasty PPR rankings without even having taken a single NFL snap.

Bowers is a much more complete, and accomplished, player than Kyle Pitts was entering the NFL and should be targeted in the mid-first round of both 1-QB and superflex rookie drafts.


You'll already need to pay up to land Bowers in dynasty and redraft formats. Just check out his rookie ADP, as well as his best ball ADP.


Brock Bowers Team Fit: Indianapolis Colts

Colts GM Chris Ballard has taken plenty of lower-cost shots on non-traditional TEs such as Mo Alie-Cox, Kylen Granson, and Jelani Woods. None has really panned out to date.

Taking Bowers to complement QB Anthony Richardson and WR Michael Pittman Jr. would tax opposing defenses.

Giving HC Shane Steichen a versatile weapon who can attack the middle of the field would be a great call at 15th overall.


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