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We’re pretty much all assuming that the Giants hit the season with Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney and rookie Wan’Dale Robinson as the top 3 at WR. But it’s possible that Slayton starts opposite Golladay, with Toney in the slot. Even if he checks in 4th, Slayton would stand behind a pair of guys in Golladay and Toney who each dealt with multiple injuries in 2021. Slayton has spent this best-ball season going largely undrafted. From that low level, his path to fantasy relevance is not difficult to see. And his downfield style requires less target volume than shorter-range WRs need. Slayton’s still a ways from being startable in lineup-setting formats, even if he opens the year among the Giants’ top 3. But he carries upside as an end-of-draft best-ball stash, especially on Daniel Jones rosters.
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