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Tyrone Tracy Jr. - Fantasy Points Outlook

Basic StatsTyrone Tracy Jr.'s Basic Stats

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ADP: 16.7
Bye: 11
Experience: 0
Age: 24.5
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 210
40 Time: 4.48
Burst Score (Rank): 130.00 (93%)
Agility Score (Rank): 10.87 (96%)
Three Cone Drill (Rank): 6.81

Tyrone Tracy Jr.'s Weekly Outlook

Week 1 Projections
Rush Yds Rush TDs Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
17.7 0.11 1.3 9.9 0.04 3.4
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Tyrone Tracy Jr.'s 2024 Projections & Outlook


#61 Running Back

69.3 Projected Points

ADP Rush Atts Rush Yds Rush TDs 100 Fum Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs
16.7 80.4 338.5 2.11 0 0 23.9 182.7 0.76

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Tyrone Tracy Jr., RB NYG

3:36pm EDT 4/27/24

Tyrone Tracy finds opportunity in Giants backfield

The Giants selected Purdue RB Tyrone Tracy in Round 5 of the NFL Draft. This prospect fired us up in the pre-draft process. One reason why: Tracy’s background as a WR. His college career began as a WR at Iowa, where he’d make an impact in 2019 following a 2018 redshirt (36 catches, 589 yards, 3 TDs). A pandemic-shortened 2020 slowed progress, and then Tracy’s role dipped in 2021. Tracy transferred to Purdue ahead of the 2022 season in search of more touches. Instead, he finished 5th on the team in catches; 6th in receiving yards. 2023 turned up a position switch – one that changed the trajectory of his pro prospects. “I was a little skeptical at first,” Tracy said of the move. “I didn’t know if he [new HC Ryan Walters] was trying to say I’m not a good receiver, or ‘Hey, man, we actually think you can do this.’ I kind of just prayed about it. I talked to my mom and dad about it. And my dad was basically saying, ‘I know you’ve been doing this your whole life.’” Tracy saw only 114 carries last fall, but he excelled in the limited opportunities. Among 157 RBs with 100+ attempts, he ranked top-20 in yards per carry, yards after contact per attempt, and PFF Elusive Rating. The 5’11, 209-pounder popped in 8 rushing scores. Tracy’s game needs refinement, but his raw athleticism reminded us of Antonio Gibson coming out of Memphis. His stock only increased at the NFL Combine with a 9.78 Relative Athletic Score. The main negative here surround’s Tracy’s advanced age – he’ll turn 25 in November. With only 148 career carries, though, he enters the league without much wear and tear. Getting Round 5 draft capital is a small win for Tracy. And the landing spot is good. The Giants’ RB depth chart is topped by Devin Singletary, who signed a modest three-year, $16.5 million deal in free agency. There’s room for Tracy to carve out a role here – particularly in the passing game – as early as this season.

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Tyrone Tracy Jr., RB NYG
Dynasty MVP 53.6
Position Rank #79 RB
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Tracy spent five years as a WR -- four at Iowa. In 2022, he transferred to Purdue and soon made strides as a tackle-dodging RB. He dominated the NFL Combine, showing plenty of straight-line speed and explosion for a 5’11, 209-pound back. His pass-catching adds PPR value, but his raw game might lead to a slow start in New York.
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