WR Cody Latimer, New York Giants

HT: 6-2, WT: 215, Born: 10-10-1992, College: Indiana, Drafted: Round 2

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2014 Projections

GRSHYDY/RTDRECYDY/RTDFPT
David Dodds16.00.000.036.045712.74.070
Bob Henry16.00.000.030.039013.05.069
Jason Wood16.00.000.041.047511.63.066
Maurile Tremblay16.01.055.00.039.053913.84.078

Average draft position

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

Overall: T Wright (231), Cody Latimer (233), D Thomas (234), B Bortles (235)
Position: E Royal (216-WR72), S Johnson (225-WR73), Cody Latimer (233 - WR74), D Thomas (234-WR75), J Cotchery (238-WR76)
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PPR Average draft position

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

Overall: M Tolbert (219), Cody Latimer (221), M Williams (222), E Royal (223)
Position: R Streater (209-WR71), R Woods (214-WR72), Cody Latimer (221 - WR73), M Williams (222-WR74), E Royal (223-WR75)
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Outlook

The Broncos made a bold move in the 2014 NFL draft when they moved up in the second round to select wide receiver Cody Latimer. He should play as the team’s fourth-string receiver this season, but Latimer could be in for a starting role in 2015. Latimer has a great size/speed combination. He’s got the speed to work well as a downfield receiver, and he tracks the ball well over his shoulder. Latimer has the size, wingspan and leaping ability to play “above the rim” in the NFL. A former basketball star, Latimer knows how to use his frame to “box out” defenders and win at the point of the catch. With his size, Latimer could be an interesting red-zone target this year as the team finds ways to get him on the field. Wes Welker is in the final year of his contract, and the team may use Emmanuel Sanders as the slot receiver next year in an effort to get Latimer starting on the outside opposite Demaryius Thomas. This season, Latimer is a player to monitor in re-draft leagues. In dynasty leagues, he should be highly coveted as a player with potential and upside in the league's most dangerous passing game.


2014 Schedule

WeekOpponent
1at Detroit Lions
2 Arizona Cardinals
3 Houston Texans
4at Washington Redskins
5 Atlanta Falcons
6at Philadelphia Eagles
7at Dallas Cowboys
Bye week
9 Indianapolis Colts
10at Seattle Seahawks
11 San Francisco 49ers
12 Dallas Cowboys
13at Jacksonville Jaguars
14at Tennessee Titans
15 Washington Redskins
16at St. Louis Rams
17 Philadelphia Eagles