There is a growing movement in the Dynasty community toward “devy” players. The term “devy” refers to developmental players carried on the dynasty league rosters. These devy players are usually college players but can even be high school athletes. Each week of the offseason and season, we looked at a different set of devy rankings.
As we survey devy prospects, we examine traits, abilities, and skill sets that will translate to the NFL. This week, our final edition of the season, we will look at the top 10 devy wide receivers eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft. We value the players who will contribute at the professional level higher than the younger players.
10. Parris Campbell (Ohio State) – The 6-foot-1, 208-pound Redshirt Senior is a player who should be a better NFL player than collegiate. For most of his Buckeye career, the offense was a ground-oriented attack. It has just been this season with Haskins under center that the offense has opened up. Campbell is very fast, anchoring his high school relay track teams and set a personal best of 10.77 in the 100-yard dash. He only had 53 receptions for 705 yards and 3 touchdowns coming into the season. But, Campbell has enjoyed a solid 2018 campaign with 359 yards and 5 touchdowns, including an outstanding performance against Tulane a couple of weeks ago. In that contest, Campbell caught 8 passes for 147 yards and 2 touchdowns. He had scored at least one touchdown in every game this year prior to the battle against Penn State last Saturday.
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