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 2020 NFL Draft. We value the players who will contribute at the professional level higher than the younger players.
10. Tylan Wallace (Oklahoma State) – The six-foot, 185-pounder has opened eyes as a Sophomore. After only catching 7 passes as a Freshman, he is up to 40 on the season. In addition, Wallace has 4 100-yard games and 2 more over 80 yards. Even with the poor quarterback play for the Cowboys, Wallace has stepped into the big shoes vacated by James Washington. Wallace was a big-time recruit for Mike Gundy. He ranks in the Top 15 of career receiving yards in the state of Texas, a huge accomplishment. There have been several NFL Hall of Fame receivers from Texas with less high school success. He chose Oklahoma State over Michigan, Notre Dame, and Oklahoma, among several other notable schools. Wallace is averaging 18 yards per reception and has scored 4 touchdowns. Look for his numbers to pop next season when the Cowboys upgrade at the quarterback position.
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