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What You Need to Know:
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
Alie-Cox posted a career-best 31-394-2 line last year and fared extremely well in efficiency metrics. It was a promising season from a guy who didn’t even play football in college.
Alie-Cox should still be on the rise and has a chance to claim a bigger role in the passing game in 2021 with the departure of TE Trey Burton, who was targeted 47 times last year. 31-year-old Jack Doyle and 4th-round rookie Kylen Granson are Alie-Cox’s competition for snaps and targets in HC Frank Reich’s TE-friendly offense.
There’s sleeper potential here. Keep an eye on Alie-Cox’s usage this summer.