Is there a rookie wide receiver with not-so-great talent but in a good situation?
D.K. Metcalf landed in a perfect situation. The depth chart is barren, and thus Metcalf will get an opportunity to start immediately and be a featured target of one of the league's best quarterbacks. I think Metcalf could've been marginalized in quite a few landing spots, but Seattle will make the most of his assets (deep speed, strength) while obfuscating his liabilities (lack of lateral agility, hands, open-field vision).
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside fits that bill nicely after landing with the Eagles. He’s big, but his speed and acceleration are lacking to the point that he will be in more contested catch situations than you want to see, even for a bigger guy. Add in concerns about consistent catching of the football and you have a player that best case scenario probably will struggle to develop into a starter. That is not the kind of player you want to take shots at in your redraft fantasy drafts or use anything other than a late round pick on in your dynasty drafts.
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