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CeeDee Lamb WR - DAL

Experience: 0 YRS  
Height: 6'2"  
Weight: 198 
Bye: 10

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The Cowboys added Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb with the 17th overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft. He joins Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup in a loaded WR corps. Lamb turned in a brilliant 3-year college career. He made an immediate impact as a true freshman, ranking 3rd on the Sooners behind Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews with 46 catches and 807 yards and tying for 2nd with 7 TDs. Lamb’s numbers grew to 65 catches, 1,158 yards and 11 scores in 2018. And he pumped out a massive 62-1,327-14 line this past year. Lamb’s 15.1 yards per target and 3.99 yards per route run in 2019 were easily tops among 30 of this year’s best WR prospects. The 6’2, 198-pounder is a beast after the catch, ranking top 5 among all draft-eligible players in both missed tackles forced and yards-after-catch average. He’s also a weapon downfield with his long-striding speed and plus ball skills. We see a lot of Demaryius Thomas in Lamb’s game — although DeAndre Hopkins seems to be his most popular comp. Lamb is joining what was 1 of the most efficient passing games in the NFL last year, although he’ll be battling for targets with Cooper and Gallup. QB Dak Prescott’s stock gets a significant boost here.

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Injury Predictor

CeeDee Lamb is a beast. He is one of the strongest wide receivers in the draft class and creates yards after the catch, breaking tackles on a routine basis. Lamb will make the contested/acrobatic catch with ease. He is a good route runner and can break off press coverage, even though he didn't see that coverage a lot at the college level. Lamb will leverage his stems and can set up defensive backs. He isn't the fastest of wideouts but has excellent instincts with stop-start techniques. There is now a crowd at wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys. Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and now Lamb.

Dynasty Spin: With the Cowboys selection of Lamb, it's a clear case of drafting talent over need. Unfortunately for Lamb, Cooper is locked up through 2021 when they have an out for the 2022 season. The same for Gallup. Until then, it's going to be difficult for Lamb to get any volume to make him worth the draft price he is going. In rookie drafts, he is being selected in the first round as one of the top wide receivers off the board. In start-ups, he is going in the fourth round.

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Date Injury Analysis
Oct 7, 2017 Shoulder Lamb suffered the left shoulder injury in the first quarter of the game against Iowa State. He was available for the next game against Texas

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