2015 Fantasy Football: Wide Receiver Rankings (Part 3)

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76.) Allen Hurns, Jags – Came out of nowhere as an undrafted free agent and had a monster fantasy line in week 1 (110 yards, 2 TDs) last season and another 7 catch, 112 yard, 2 TD game in week 9, but was mostly a non-factor in fantasy. Hurns did flash some elite skills occasionally throughout the year but was held back by a struggling Blake Bortles and competition at WR from fellow rookie Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee. Hurns also dropped too many balls (6) and was an inconsistent route runner, but if he can win the WR2 job he has some fantasy potential.

77.) Andrew Hawkins, Browns – Had the best season of his career in 2014 with 63 catches for 824 yards, but just 2 TDs. At just 5’7, 180 pounds Hawkins will probably never have big TD numbers, but he could have WR3/Flex value in PPR leagues. He should be starting in the slot for the Browns this year and there isn’t much competition for targets at all.

78.) Mohamed Sanu, Bengals – Got a chance to show what he could do last season when both A.J. Green and Marvin Jones were out with injury. Sano had a couple nice games, but also had the worst drop rate (9.2%) among all NFL WRs with at least 75 targets. He’s a possession receiver who cant catch despite massive 10 1/4″ hands. If Green & Jones stay healthy and TE Tyler Eifert improves, Sanu could be a non-factor this season.

79.) Kenny Bell, Bucs – He’s not going to show up on many receiver lists this year, but I think Bell is a legit sleeper who could make a fantasy impact this season. Bell was under-utilized in college in a run-first (&2nd) offense. He’s an excellent run blocker and at 6’1 with 4.42 speed and a 41.5″ vertical he has the physical tools to be a successful NFL wide receiver. Bell also has reliable hands and is a sharp route runner. The Bucs are set at WR with Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson, but Bell only has to beat out Louis Murphy for a job as a slot receiver.

80.) Duran Carter, Colts – Has had an impressive training camp, but the Colts are loaded at WR so Carter may end up being no more than their 5th WR. He’s got great size 6’5 and bloodlines and if the Colts lose a receiver or two to injury then Carter could become an impact fantasy player.

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