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WR Marqise Lee, Jacksonville Jaguars

HT: 6-0, WT: 192, Born: 11-25-1991, College: Southern California, Drafted: Round 2

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2014 Projections

GRSHYDY/RTDRECYDY/RTDFPT
David Dodds16.01.055.00.038.047512.54.072
Bob Henry16.05.0306.00.060.077012.85.0110
Jason Wood16.00.000.048.062012.94.086
Maurile Tremblay16.03.0134.30.051.062012.23.081

Return Projections (see all)

KRYDKRTDPRYDPRTD
0 0.0 13 0.0

Average draft position

Current as of August 25th. [Full ADP list]

Overall: D Walker (172), J Jones (173), Marqise Lee (174), D Baldwin (175), T Eifert (176)
Position: K Britt (166-WR58), J Jones (173-WR59), Marqise Lee (174 - WR60), D Baldwin (175-WR61), M Jones (178-WR62)
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PPR Average draft position

Current as of August 25th. [Full PPR ADP list]

Overall: K Davis (165), J White (166), Marqise Lee (167), D McCluster (168),
Position: S Smith (151-WR57), K Britt (153-WR58), Marqise Lee (167 - WR59), J Jones (171-WR60), D Baldwin (175-WR61)
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Outlook

Marqise Lee may have slipped out of the first round of the draft but he still landed in a very good spot with the Jaguars as far as playing time goes. He will be counted on early and often to make plays for the Jaguars and his second round selection and 39th overall pick should not scare away anyone. At USC he had incredible production over his first two seasons catching 191 passes for 2,864 yards and 25 touchdowns in 25 games. Last year was a different story as he struggled all season long and had his production reduced dramatically only catching 50 passes for 673 yards and 2 touchdowns in 10 total games. Regardless his college career as a whole has shown that he has a knack for finding the endzone and that is exactly what the Jaguars offense has been lacking for some time now. Lee draws similar comparisons to Victor Cruz with his size and stature and play on the field. Look for him to hit the ground running to start the season as he has a lot to prove after not being selected in the first round. Something very similar happened to Keenan Allen last year as he slipped into the third round and proved it on the field that he should have been a first round selection.


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2014 Schedule

WeekOpponent
1at Philadelphia Eagles
2at Washington Redskins
3 Indianapolis Colts
4at San Diego Chargers
5 Pittsburgh Steelers
6at Tennessee Titans
7 Cleveland Browns
8 Miami Dolphins
9at Cincinnati Bengals
10 Dallas Cowboys
Bye week
12at Indianapolis Colts
13 New York Giants
14 Houston Texans
15at Baltimore Ravens
16 Tennessee Titans
17at Houston Texans