Laviska Shenault is a versatile weapon who has excellent size, but times at a below-average speed and has average length. Shenault is capable of moving around the line of scrimmage to create favorable matchups. He is a threat with the ball in his hands, and the Jaguars will also use him in running plays. Shenault needs to get better at running routes but tracks the ball well. There are injury concerns. He has the size to win against corners, safeties, and linebackers. He did have a mediocre combine, but that isn't a death knell.
Dynasty Spin: Shenault and Chark make a good pair of wide receivers that can stretch the field. Shenault will also be used like the 49ers used Deebo Samuel for added benefit. However, he is in a limited production role as Jacksonville is a primarily running team until further notice. Shenault is going late in the second round in rookie leagues and the 10th round in start-ups.
|Projected Missed||Probability of injury per game ?||Probablity of injury in the season ?|
|Sep 21, 2019||Abdomen Muscle Strain Grade 2||Shenault suffered an injury in the first half of the game at Arizona State|
|Oct 13, 2018||Pedal Toe Sprain||Shenault missed three games after injuring his toe against USC on October 13. He underwent surgery at the end of the season.|