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Troy Franklin - Fantasy Points Outlook

Basic StatsTroy Franklin's Basic Stats

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ADP: 15.11
Bye: 14
Experience: 0
Age: 21.3
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 176
40 Time: 4.41
Burst Score (Rank): 128.30 (83%)
Agility Score (Rank): 11.21 (56%)
Catch Radius (Rank): 10.24 (88%)

Troy Franklin's Weekly Outlook

Week 1 Projections
Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
1.9 26 0.15 3.3
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Rest Of Way Outlook

Troy Franklin's 2024 Projections & Outlook

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#92 Wide Receiver

89.6 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
15.11 30.4 416 2.4 0 0

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Troy Franklin, WR DEN

12:15pm EDT 4/27/24

Broncos add another downfield threat in Troy Franklin

The Broncos spent the second pick of Round 4 on Oregon WR Troy Franklin. The No. 3 WR in the 2021 recruiting class broke out as a sophomore in 2022, leading the Ducks with 61 catches, 891 yards, and 9 TDs. He blasted by those numbers this past year, finishing top-6 in the country in receiving yards (1,383) and TDs (14). Franklin’s 3.32 yards per route ranked sixth among 286 qualifying WRs. His 87.3 Pro Football Focus receiving grade ranked 15th. Franklin was dominant going deep, averaging a huge 17.1 yards per catch and ranking top-10 in the nation in catches (14), receiving yards (558), and TDs (7) on targets 20+ yards downfield. He ran a 4.41-second 40-yard dash at the Combine and looks at least that fast on tape. Franklin regularly ran by DBs in man coverage and defeated angles vs. zone coverage. That speed also makes him a weapon after the catch. The concerns: Franklin is a wiry 6’2, 176-pounder and struggles with drops (8.0% career drop rate). He’s not a good bet to emerge as a No. 1 WR in the NFL. But his big-play ability gives him the potential to score a bunch of fantasy points without big target volume. Franklin’s dynasty value obviously takes a big hit after he fell to Round 4. But he landed with the team that drafted his QB of the past two years, Bo Nix, in Round 1. The Broncos traded away WR Jerry Jeudy this offseason. They still have WR Courtland Sutton under contract through 2025. He has been a subject of trade rumors, however, and sports a cuttable dead-cap number ($3.825 million) for the final year of his deal. WR Marvin Mims arrived in the second round of 2023 but has yet to truly break through. Ultimately, there's room for Franklin to earn a prominent role over the next few years. He'll carry upside if he slides far enough in your rookie draft. Expect his rookie ADP to decline vs. where it was pre-NFL Draft. How much that declines will be key to whether you should target him.

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Troy Franklin, WR DEN
Dynasty MVP 42.4
Position Rank #179 WR
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Dynasty Write-up
Franklin emerged as a true sophomore, tallying a 61-891-9 receiving line alongside potential first-round QB Bo Nix. Franklin’s production accelerated this past fall as he continued to show deep speed and advanced route-running at 6’2, 184 pounds (his pro day weigh-in). Consider the eye-popping efficiency of 3.32 yards per route run -- sixth best among 286 WRs with 50+ targets (per PFF). Once considered a top-50 pick, Franklin dipped to Round 4 of the NFL draft. He's reunited with Oregon QB Bo Nix, while Denver's depth chart is thin.
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