Jerry Jeudy is the best route running rookie. He does have a thin frame, so he might find it challenging to find room to run against press coverage. Jeudy does have the speed to win on deep routes and nearly impossible to bring down in the open field. Jeudy will drop a few he shouldn't, and without facing much press coverage at Alabama, it is unknown how well he can beat it. He will find the soft spots in zone coverage and will help his quarterback locate him during scramble drills. Jeudy has excellent body control. His competition will mostly be with tight end Noah Fant.
Dynasty Spin: Jeudy should fit in nicely with Courtland Sutton and give Drew Lock another option to throw the ball to. The passing offense was atrocious last season, and that should change with Jeudy now in the fold. Look for Jeudy to run the short to intermediate routes and be a stud if he can beat press coverage. Jeudy is going in the first round in rookie drafts and late third to early fourth in start-ups.
|Projected Missed||Probability of injury per game ?||Probablity of injury in the season ?|
|Apr 2, 2018||Knee Meniscus Tear|