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2023 Fantasy Football Rankings: Preview for Every Player on the Jacksonville Jaguars

Updated: Aug 15, 2023


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What to expect from this article

Below, we will dive deep into what we can expect from the Jacksonville Jaguars' offense in 2023, including thorough fantasy football previews for Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne, Tank Bigsby (rookie), Calvin Ridley, Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and Evan Engram.


Each player preview will conclude with fantasy football rankings and suggestions for how to approach them in redraft, dynasty and best ball leagues (and superflex leagues for QBs).


All of these—and every other team's—previews combine inside of the 2023 Draft Rankings to help you dominate your draft!


2022 Jacksonville Jaguars: Looking Back

All things considered, 2022 was a great success for the Jacksonville Jaguars.


After four consecutive last place finishes and a putrid 15-50 record over the previous 4 seasons, the Jaguars went 9-8 to clinch the division and even win a playoff game in Doug Pederson's first year as the Head Coach.


After 4 straight seasons of finishing 26th or worse in scoring and 20th or worse in offensive yards, they took a gigantic step forward across the board in 2022, finishing:


🟡 10th in scoring

🟡 10th in offensive yards

🟡 10th in passing attempts

🟡 10th in passing yards

🟡 14th in passing TDs

🟡 16th in rushing attempts

🟡 14th in rushing yards

🟡 11th in rushing TDs


Their success showed up at the individual level as well, where:

🟢 Trevor Lawrence was fantasy's QB 7

🟡 Travis Etienne was fantasy's RB 17

🟢 Christian Kirk was fantasy's WR 12

🟡 Zay Jones was fantasy's WR 26

🟢 Evan Engram was fantasy's TE 5


It was a great year for the Jaguars, their fantasy managers, and their fans, and with Calvin Ridley set to debut for the team, excitement is high heading into 2023.

2023 Fantasy Football Preview: Looking Ahead

It's been a relatively quiet offseason from the Jaguars this year. So far they've:


❌ Lost WR Marvin Jones to free agency (Lions)


✅ Gained WR Calvin Ridley who is no longer suspended (gambling)


✅ Drafted Penn State TE Brenton Strange with the 61st overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft (2nd round, 30th pick)


✅ Drafted Auburn RB Tank Bigsby with the 88th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft (3rd round, 25th pick)


✅ Drafted Penn State WR Parker Washington with the 185th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft (6th round, 8th pick)


Having lost very little while gaining both Calvin Ridley and Tank Bigsby on the offensive side of the ball, there's no reason not to expect another step forward for Jacksonville.


They should be one of the most explosive offenses in all of football in 2023.


👇 With that all being said, let's do a thorough 2023 fantasy football preview of each and every fantasy-relevant player on the Jacksonville Jaguars! 👇

Jacksonville Jaguars Quarterbacks

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🟢 QB Trevor Lawrence

2022 was an impressive leap forward for Trevor Lawrence, the 2021 1st overall pick from Clemson.


Following a poisonous rookie campaign where he threw just 12 TDs and 17 interceptions, Lawrence rebounded in a big way in 2022, completing 387 of 584 passes (66.3%) for 4113 yards, 25 TDs and 8 INTs.


He averaged 17.4 fantasy points per game and finished as fantasy football's QB 7 in only his 2nd year in the NFL, and 1st with Doug Pederson.


Lawrence scored 16 or more fantasy points in 10 of 17 games (59%), including 6 games over 21 fantasy points (35%), one of which was a 33.4 point banger against the Titans in week 14.


Heading into 2023, Lawrence lost only Marvin Jones as one of last year's notable pass catchers, yet still upgraded significantly by gaining Calvin Ridley, a former WR 5 (overall) with a 1375 yard, 9 TD campaign on his NFL resume (2020). Not a bad trade off.


And considering Doug Pederson's offenses have never finished lower than 13th in passing attempts in 6 years as an NFL head coach, Lawrence should have every opportunity to dial up fantasy points.


For what it's worth FanDuel sportsbook is expecting a similar campaign to last year, projecting Lawrence for over/under 4025.5 passing yards (4113 last year) and over/under 25.5 passing TDs (25 last year).


Lawrence is best approached as a mid-range QB 1 with big upside every week.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟢 Still just 23 years old (24 in October), Trevor Lawrence is an exciting hold for dynasty managers.


Redraft Leagues: 🟡 Trevor Lawrence is currently being drafted as the QB 8 around pick 59 overall (late 5th round) in 2023 PPR leagues.


The price itself is reasonable, but Lawrence is in a competitive range that's hard to ignore: DJ Moore, Jerry Jeudy, Dalvin Cook, Kyle Pitts, Cam Akers, Mike Williams, James Conner and others are drafted within Lawrence's vicinity.


Again, Lawrence is perfectly fine at cost, but I personally would rather grab one of those guys and wait for Deshaun Watson or Aaron Rodgers.


Lawrence is currently #65 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Trevor Lawrence is currently being drafted as the QB 8 around pick 66 overall (mid 6th round) in Underdog best ball drafts.


He's a solid QB 1 option if you missed on Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Jalen Hurts, Joe Burrow, Lamar Jackson, Justin Fields or Justin Herbert.


But it's also ok to skip Lawrence and instead opt for someone like Marquise Brown, Tyler Lockett, JK Dobbins, Miles Sanders, Cam Akers, Mike Evans, Dameon Pierce, Michael Pittman, Kyle Pitts, and more.


Max best ball exposure: 15%

Jacksonville Jaguars Running Backs

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🟡 RB Travis Etienne

2022 was a coming out party for Travis Etienne, the 2021 1st round pick from Clemson that missed his entire rookie season with a Lisfranc injury.


The 24 year old handled an eye-popping 255 touches—including 35 catches on 45 targets—for 1441 scrimmage yards and 5 TDs on his way to 12.1 PPR points per game and an RB 17 finish.


In 12 full games without James Robinson stealing looks, Etienne really took off, averaging:

⚫ 15.1 PPR points per game

⚫ 18.3 touches—including 2.2 catches on 2.6 targets—per game

⚫ 99.33 scrimmage yards per game

⚫ 0.5 TDs per game (6 total)


All that being said, 2022 might go down as one of the heaviest workloads—if not the heaviest workload—of ETN's career.


Head Coach Doug Pederson offered an emphatic "yes" when asked before the draft if they'd be looking to add an RB, adding that "you gotta have 2-3 guys" in the RB room.


True to his word, Pederson's Jaguars spent the 88th overall pick (3rd round, 25th pick) on Auburn's Tank Bigsby, a big-bodied, two down banger who could be the "thunder" to ETN's "lightning."


Reports have remained consistent all offseason that Jaguars appear to be planning a committee approach. Etienne will be at the forefront, but he won't be the every-down workhorse we came to love in 2022.


The 6 foot, 213 pound Tank is a very real threat to some of ETN's early down work and possibly the goal line role as well.

And that's not even mentioning JaMycal Hasty—who was strong in relief of ETN last year—or D'Ernest Johnson—who the Jaguars signed away from the Browns this offseason.


Pederson himself is known to use multiple backs in his system, having just 1 RB in 6 years as a head coach who averaged more than 15 touches per game:


⚫ In 2016 with the Eagles, Ryan Mathews averaged 12.9 touches per game while Darren Sproles averaged 9.7 touches per game.


⚫ In 2017, LeGarrette Blount averaged 11.3 touches per game while Jay Ajayi averaged 11.4 touches per game.


⚫ In 2018, Josh Adams averaged 9.1 touches per game, Wendell Smallwood averaged 7.2 touches per game, and Corey Clement averaged 8.2 touches per game.


⚫ In 2019, Miles Sanders averaged 14.3 touches per game and Jordan Howard averaged 12.9 touches per game.


⚫ The closest Pederson has ever been—besides 2022—to a workhorse RB was 2020 when Miles Sanders averaged 16 touches per game.


For what it's worth, FanDuel Sportsbook also appears to be expecting a step back on the ground for ETN, projecting him for over/under just 900.5 yards (-112) following last year's 1,125 yard campaign.


(He's also projected for over/under 5.5 rushing TDs after last year's 5 TD campaign.)


ETN is best approached as a higher end RB 2 with weekly upside, but the likely committee approach also creates some downside for ETN at his current ADP (average draft position).


Dynasty Leagues: 🟡 Travis Etienne is already 24 years old and turns 25 in January. There's an open "sell high" window for anyone that wants to capitalize on last year's faux workhorse role.


Redraft Leagues: 🟠 Travis Etienne is currently being drafted as fantasy's RB 13 around pick 30 overall (mid 3rd round) in 2023 PPR drafts.


Profiling as a typical "dead zone RB," I'm skipping ETN at that expensive cost and instead opting for Jalen Hurts, Mark Andrews, DeVonta Smith, Tee Higgins, Chris Olave, DK Metcalf, Joe Burrow, Lamar Jackson, Joe Mixon and more.


ETN is currently #38 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings—8-9 spots behind his #30 ADP.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Travis Etienne is currently drafted as the RB 14 around pick 41 overall (mid 4th round) in Underdog best ball drafts.


If you're lacking at RB so far, ETN is a fine option at this cost, though I'd still prefer Joe Mixon who is still drafted after ETN.


If you already have 1-2 strong RBs by this point, instead consider Keenan Allen, Jerry Jeudy, Terry McLaurin, DeAndre Hopkins, Mike Williams, DJ Moore, or more.


Max best ball exposure: 15%

🟢 RB Tank Bigsby (rookie)

With the 88th overall pick (3rd round, 25th pick) in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars selected Auburn RB Tank Bigsby.


Tank is exactly what he sounds like: A big bodied bruiser (6'0" and 213 lbs) that is the perfect "thunder" to Travis Etienne's "lightning."


Bigsby profiles as an early down banger and goal line threat that's already drawn rave reviews at Jaguars camp, one that is known to want "2-3 guys" that they can rotate in and out of the lineup per Head Coach Doug Pederson.

A tweet influencing how we should treat Tank Bigsby in our 2023 fantasy football rankings

It's not surprising, considering Pederson has used 2 RBs frequently in his 6 years as an NFL head coach:


⚫ In 2016 with the Eagles, Ryan Mathews averaged 12.9 touches per game while Darren Sproles averaged 9.7 touches per game.


⚫ In 2017, LeGarrette Blount averaged 11.3 touches per game while Jay Ajayi averaged 11.4 touches per game.


⚫ In 2018, Josh Adams averaged 9.1 touches per game, Wendell Smallwood averaged 7.2 touches per game, and Corey Clement averaged 8.2 touches per game.


⚫ In 2019, Miles Sanders averaged 14.3 touches per game and Jordan Howard averaged 12.9 touches per game.


⚫ The closest Pederson has ever been—besides 2022—to a workhorse RB was 2020 when Miles Sanders averaged 16 touches per game.


Bigsby appears likely to receive just enough volume to hang out on the RB 3/4/flex borderline during bye weeks, and he'll be a hot waiver wire pickup if Travis Etienne—who missed his entire rookie season—gets hurt during the season.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟢 Tank Bigsby is currently #22 overall in my dynasty rookie rankings.


Redraft Leagues: 🟢 Tank Bigsby is currently free in "normal" sized PPR leagues (12 teams, 15ish roster spots). He's a great last round stash in 2023.


Bigsby is currently #165 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Tank Bigsby is currently drafted as the RB 45 around pick 135 overall (early 12th round) in Underdog best ball drafts.


He's better treated as your 5th RB in best ball, but don't draft him if you already picked Travis Etienne!


Jacksonville Jaguars Wide Receivers

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🟢 WR Calvin Ridley

Calvin Ridley will be making his much anticipated return to football in 2023 after missing most of 2021 for mental health reasons and then all of 2022 due to suspension from gambling on football.


It feels like ages ago, but Ridley is just a few seasons removed from averaging 18.8 PPR points per game and finishing as fantasy football's WR 4 in 2020 after posting 143 targets (9th in the NFL), 90 catches (13th), 1,374 yards (5th) and 9 TDs (10th).


In 48 career regular season games, Ridley has averaged:


⚫ 15.7 PPR points per game

⚫ 7.9 targets per game

⚫ 5.2 catches per game

⚫ 69.6 yards per game

⚫ 0.6 TDs per game (28 total)


His floor has been relatively safe, scoring 15 or more PPR points in 26 of 48 games (54%), with more games over 18 PPR points (17) than games under 10 PPR points (14).


He also offers a week winning ceiling, hitting 26 or more PPR points in 6 of 48 games (13%), including three 32+ point games, one of which was a career high 40.5 points against the Saints as a rookie in 2018.


Unlike his days with the Falcons, the 2018 1st round pick from Alabama will have plenty of competition for targets with Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and Evan Engram (and Travis Etienne) all still in town competing for Trevor Lawrence's attention.


But with Trevor Lawrence throwing high quality passes and a head coach that's finished 6th, 13th, 7th, 8th, 10th and 10th in passing attempts in his 6 years as an NFL head coach, there will be plenty of opportunity for Ridley's talent to splash big on Sundays.


For what it's worth, FanDuel Sportsbook has Ridley projected for over/under 875.5 receiving yards (-112), which would be his 2nd most in his 5 years of playing NFL football.

A tweet eluding to how to approach Calvin Ridley in 2023 fantasy football rankings

He's also projected for just 5.5 TDs, which is fascinating since he scored 10 TDs as a rookie in 2018, 7 TDs in 2019, 9 TDs in 2020, and 2 TDs in just 5 games in 2021 (pacing for 6.8 TDs).


Now playing in a Trevor Lawrence-led offense that finished 14th in passing TDs last season (with room for improvement), I like Ridley to beat that over on TDs.


There's absolutely some risk associated with Ridley—especially at his current draft cost—in 2023 fantasy football considering he's played in just 5 of a possible 34 games since 2021, but he also carries the week/league-winning upside that you need to win.


Ridley is best approached as a WR 2/3 with gigantic week-to-week upside.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟡 Kind of hard to believe, but Calvin Ridley is already entering his age 29 season. He's a solid "buy now" option for contending teams, and a solid "sell now" option for rebuilding teams.


Redraft Leagues: 🟡 Calvin Ridley is currently being drafted as the WR 17 around pick 43 overall (mid 4th round) in 2023 PPR drafts.


Considering he's in a loaded offense and hasn't played NFL football since early 2021, there's some real risk associated with that high of a draft price. Ridley will have his fair share of explosion games, but he might also have his fair share of duds while Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and/or Evan Engram gets some Trevor Lawrence love.


I acknowledge that it might be a mistake but, personally, I'm most often opting instead for Joe Mixon, Deebo Samuel, Aaron Jones, Amari Cooper, Keenan Allen and a few more in that range.


Ridley is currently #43 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Calvin Ridley is currently drafted as fantasy's WR 15 around pick 28 overall (early 3rd round) in Underdog best ball drafts.


That's uncomfortably expensive for a guy who's in a crowded offense and hasn't played NFL football since early 2021. I'm instead using that selection on Derrick Henry, Tee Higgins, Jalen Hurts, Josh Allen, Mark Andrews, Amari Cooper, Deebo Samuel, Keenan Allen and more.


Max best ball exposure: 15%

🟢 WR Christian Kirk

2022 was a long-anticipated breakout year for Christian Kirk, the 2018 2nd round pick from Texas A&M.


In his first season donning a Jaguars uniform, the former Arizona Cardinal led the team in targets (133, which was 23% of the team share), catches (84, 21%), receiving yards (1108, 27%), and receiving TDs (8, 32%).


His across-the-board career highs were good for 14.2 PPR points per game and a WR 12 finish on the season, his first as a WR 1 in fantasy.


Kirk was very clearly a focal point of the offense after the Jaguars gave him a mind-bending contract last offseason (4 years, $72 million).


That said, with former top 5 WR Calvin Ridley set to make his much-anticipated return to NFL football, Christian Kirk is highly unlikely to receive 23% of the team's targets in 2023.


FanDuel Sportsbooks are certainly expecting a significant step back from Kirk in 2023, projecting him for just 825.5 yards (-118 over, -108 under) and 4.5 TDs (-126 over, -102 under), both of which would be significantly lower than last year's 1108 yards and 8 TDs.


After 73 career regular season games, Christian Kirk is averaging:

⚫ 12.1 PPR points per game

⚫ 6.7 targets per game

⚫ 4.4 catches per game

⚫ 54.9 yards per game

⚫ 0.3 TDs per game (25 total)


He's scored 15 or more PPR points in 26 of 73 career games (36%), with more games over 12 PPR points (33) than games under 10 PPR points (32).


He's scored 20 or more PPR points in 10 of 73 games (14%), including 2 games over 31 PPR points.


Ultimately, Kirk is likely to land somewhere between his career averages and last year's performance; he shouldn't be expected to outperform the standard set last season.


Still, in a high powered—and getting better—Jaguars offense that finished 10th in scoring, 10th in yards and 10th in passing attempts last year, Kirk should still offer plenty of big games in 2023.


In fact, in 6 seasons as an NFL head coach, Doug Pederson's offenses have never finished lower than 13th in passing attempts. And with Trevor Lawrence flinging a good amount of high quality passes, there's plenty of gas in the Jaguars' tank to support two fantasy WRs.


In 2023, Kirk is best approached as a WR 2/3 with big week-to-week upside.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟢 Still just 26 years old (27 in November), Christian Kirk is a strong "hold" option for dynasty league players.


Redraft Leagues: 🟢 Christian Kirk is currently being drafted as the WR 30 around pick 76 overall (early 7th round) in 2023 PPR drafts.


Whereas Calvin Ridley is on the expensive side, Kirk is a terrific value at a 7th round cost. I'd feel really good about getting Kirk in the 7th. I'd even be fine with him in the 6th.


Kirk is currently #49 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings, nearly 30 whole spots ahead of his current ADP.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Christian Kirk is currently drafted as fantasy's WR 27 around pick 51 overall (early 5th round) in Underdog best ball drafts.


Whereas he's an absolute steal in 2023 redrafts right now, Kirk is a much more expensive asset in best ball, surrounded by other quality assets like Joe Mixon, Terry McLaurin, DeAndre Hopkins, Mike Williams, DJ Moore, Joe Burrow, Justin Fields, TJ Hockenson, Aaron Jones, Justin Herbert and more.


Max best ball exposure: 15%

🟠 WR Zay Jones

Zay Jones enjoyed a career best contract and a career best season in his first campaign with Jacksonville, posting career highs in targets (121, a shocking 21% of the team share), catches (82, 21%), yards (823, 20%) and PPR points (12.8 per game) while adding 5 TDs.


Boom/bust as an option, Jones had 9 games under 10 PPR points but also 5 games over 21.


The Bills' 2017 2nd round pick from East Carolina enjoyed a WR 24 finish, easily the best fantasy finish in his 6 year career.


All of that being said, it's fair to wonder if 2022 will go down as the best season of Jones' career, making Jones a trap for fantasy managers hoping he'll replicate last year's production (hint; he won't).


Having eclipsed 700 yards just once in his 6 year career and never hitting 900 yards, Zay Jones must now contend with Calvin Ridley, a former 1,300+ yard receiver, for targets, along with last year's target leader Christian Kirk and fellow breakout star Evan Engram.


After 82 career regular season games, Zay Jones is averaging just:


⚫ 7.6 PPR points per game

⚫ 5.2 targets per game

⚫ 3.1 catches per game

⚫ 33 yards per game

⚫ 0.2 TDs per game (16 total)


He's scored fewer than 10 PPR points in a whopping 61 of 82 career games (74%)


Playing in a high-powered offense for a head coach that has never finished lower than 13th in passing attempts, Zay Jones will pop up for the occasional big game in 2023, keeping him in play as an intriguing best ball and DFS tournament option.


But now 3rd (behind Christian Kirk and Calvin Ridley), 4th (Evan Engram) or even 5th (Travis Etienne) in line for targets, Zay Jones is best approached as a WR 5 with random weekly upside.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟠 Entering his age 28 season, Zay Jones is a prime "sell high" candidate for dynasty managers that can capitalize on last year's WR 2 volume.


Redraft Leagues: 🟡 Zay Jones is currently being drafted as the WR 59 around pick 170 overall (early 15th round) in 2023 PPR drafts.


Zay Jones is currently #140 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Zay Jones is currently drafted as fantasy's WR 57 around pick 125 overall (mid 11th round) in Underdog best ball drafts.


While I like the idea of Zay Jones as a best ball pick, I don't like how high he's drafted in best ball leagues. I'd rather use this selection on Damien Harris, Aaron Rodgers, Jerick mcKinnon, Elijah Mitchell, Greg Dulcich, Jamaal Williams, Dalton Kincaid, Rondale Moore, Russell Wilson, Tank Bigsby or more.


Max best ball exposure: 10%

Jacksonville Jaguars Tight Ends

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🟡 TE Evan Engram

2022 was a year of resurgence for Evan Engram, the 2017 1st round pick from Mississippi.


In his first year donning a Jaguars uniform, the former New York Giant garnered 98 targets (17% of the team's target share), 73 catches (the most of his 6-year career), 766 yards (most), and 4 TDs (2nd most).


He finished as fantasy football's TE 5, the best finish of his career and the first time he's been inside the top 13 since finishing as fantasy's TE 6 as a first-round rookie with the Giants in 2017.


He was rewarded for his efforts this offseason, signing a shiny new three-year, $42.5 million contract extension with Duval Kitties.


That said, it's going to be difficult for Engram—or any Jaguars pass catcher—to replicate last year's success with Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and Travis Etienne still in town PLUS the addition of former 1300+ yard receiver Calvin Ridley.


FanDuel Sportsbooks are certainly expecting a step back for Engram, projecting him for over/under 600.5 yards (-108 for over, -118 for under), a whole 166 fewer than last year.


Still, at fantasy's thinnest position—to put it mildly—Engram will remain in play as a lower-end TE 1 option even with Ridley siphoning targets.


After 81 career regular season games, Engram is averaging:


⚫ 10.2 PPR points per game

⚫ 6.5 targets

⚫ 4.1 catches

⚫ 44.4 yards

⚫ 0.2 TDs (20 total)


The 28 year old (29 in September) scored 10 or more PPR points in 39 of 81 career games (48%), with 17 games over 15 PPR points (21%), including 4 games over 22 PPR points (5%), one of which was his career high 39.2 PPR points in week 14 of last year against the Titans.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟡 Entering his age 29 season, Engram is a "buy" for contending teams with gaps in their TE room, and a "sell" for rebuilding teams.


Redraft Leagues: 🟠 Evan Engram is currently being drafted as fantasy's TE 8 around pick 79 overall (mid 7th round) in 2023 PPR drafts.


In a "normal" looking redraft league (8-12 teams, 15ish roster spots), I'm avoiding Engram at cost and instead selecting Tyler Lockett, Deshaun Watson, Mike Evans, Javonte Williams, Christian Kirk, Diontae Johnson, Michael Pittman, James Cook, Marquise Brown and others.


Engram is currently #95 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings.


Best Ball Leagues: 🟡 Evan Engram is currently drafted as fantasy's TE 8 around pick 96 overall (8th-9th round turn) in Underdog best ball drafts.


He's a fine option but only if you have not yet selected a tight end.


Even if you have, I'd still pass on Engram and instead pick Alvin Kamara, Tua Tagovailoa, Rashod Bateman, Dalvin Cook, Skyy Moore, Michael Thomas, Courtland Sutton, Antonio Gibson, AJ Dillon, Rashaad Penny and more.


Max best ball exposure: 15%

🟢 TE Brenton Strange (rookie)

With the 61st overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft (2nd round, 30th pick), the Jacksonville Jaguars picked Penn State TE Brenton Strange.


Strange is one of those athletic tight ends who excelled in basketball and could excel as a receiving tight end in the NFL if his raw athletic ability can be polished.


The Jaguars clearly saw something they liked in Strange after spending high draft capital on him. So there will be some internal motivation to mold Strange into an asset that sees the field frequently.


That said, Strange isn't likely to come into fantasy relevance any time soon after his presumed mentor, 29 year old (in September) Evan Engram, just inked a brand new three-year $42.5 million contract to stick around through his age 32 season.


He's raw and dynasty managers will have to be (very) patient, but there is some upside to Strange as a dynasty rookie pick, especially late drafts.


Dynasty Leagues: 🟢 Strange is #45 overall in in my dynasty rookie rankings.


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