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WR Jeremy Kerley - San Francisco 49ers

5-10, 189Born: 11-29-1988College: TCUDrafted: Round 5

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Summary

Kerley is the 49ers' only viable candidate in the slot, which does help his volume outlook tremendously. That kind of expected field time can "catapult" Kerley from replacement-level fantasy afterthought to potential PPR WR4/5. Still, he's a fairly talent-starved player who's never contributed much, even with increased opportunity. He's only topped 60 receptions once - last year, finishing as just the PPR WR55 - and his career 11.8 yards-per-catch suggests he won't do much with his 2017 volume. Kerley isn't worth a draft pick outside of deeper PPR leagues, and even there, his value is tenuous. (May 21)

FBG Staff Rankings

WR Redraft - 96, 73, 77, 78
WR Redraft PPR - 92, 71, 74, 78, 78, 79
WR Dynasty - 113, 89, 90

Stats and Projections

YEARGRSHYDTDTARGRECYDTDFumL
2014 NYJ 16 4 86 0 75 38 409 1
2015 NYJ 16 0 0 0 26 16 152 2
2016 SF 16 0 0 0 115 64 667 3 1
2017 PROJ-Dodds 15 0 * * 35 * * *
2017 PROJ-Henry 16 0 * * 44 * * *
2017 PROJ-Wood 16 0 * * 28 * * *
2017 PROJ-Tremblay 16 0 * * 31 * * *

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Latest News

49ers | Trent Taylor making strong impression (Thu Jun 15, 09:37 PM) - San Francisco 49ers WR Trent Taylor has been 'very good at separating' from defenders, according to head coach Mike Shanahan, and Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee believes Taylor could return punts and eventually challenge WR Jeremy Kerley for the slot receiver role.

Our View: Taylor is small (5'8" 181 pounds) but he's tough and quick. He was heavily targeted in college at Louisiana Tech, and Taylor has great instincts when it comes to getting open. Watch him in dynasty leagues.
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2017 Schedule

1vs Carolina Panthers
2@ Seattle Seahawks
3vs Los Angeles Rams
4@ Arizona Cardinals
5@ Indianapolis Colts
6@ Washington Redskins
7vs Dallas Cowboys
8@ Philadelphia Eagles
9vs Arizona Cardinals
10vs New York Giants
11--- BYE WEEK ---
12vs Seattle Seahawks
13@ Chicago Bears
14@ Houston Texans
15vs Tennessee Titans
16vs Jacksonville Jaguars
17@ Los Angeles Rams