Has posted a minimum of 91+ receptions, 1300+ yards and 10+ TDs all three seasons of his career.
Marshall may dip into targets a bit, but should help draw coverage away from him.
Two Redskin WRs went for 1000 yards last season.
Odell is a bonafide elite option at WR. Draft with utmost confidence in the 1st round.
Brandon Marshall (ADP WR31/Overall 73)
Hasn’t seen fewer than 100 targets since 2006.
First time in career as the #2 WR on his team, which is likely to help him at this point in his career.
Fewest rushing TDs in NFL in 2016. Marshall could see a significant amount of red zone looks.
Sterling Shepard (ADP WR51/Overall 131)
Shepard finished second to Michael Thomas among rookie WRs in receptions (65), TDs (8) and targets.
With changes at the outside WR spots and health concern for Reed, Crowder has crept inside the top 30 at the WR position for ADP.
The arrival of Marshall and Engram will likely dip into his TD total
Eli finished finished two attempts shy of 600 passing attempts last season.
Shepard is a safe bet to see 90+ targets and 50 receptions, making him well worth a late selection in PPR formats.
Evan Engram (ADP TE14/Overall 128)
First round selection in this year’s NFL Draft.
Current ADP has him coming off the board before Antonio Gates, Eric Ebron and Coby Fleener.
Rookie TEs rarely make a fantasy splash in their rookie season. However, Engram has WR type skills at the TE spot. He could make an impact in the red zone, but I don’t see enough targets to make him a top 15 TE this year.
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