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Wideout Click here to read Waddle's full Premium NFL draft profile. Jaylen Waddle is a dynamic wideout that’s spent time on the outside, in the slot, and periodically as a chess piece in the backfield. Possessing a unique skill set, he’s a smaller wideout that contains a well diverse skill set.
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Rank 5-9½, 180 lbs. Alabama. Scouts Grade. Position Rank. Overall Rank. Arm Length 30-3/8". Hand Size 9-1/8". Conference TBD. 2021 Draft Pick Info.
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Jaylen Jaylen Waddle NFL Draft Profile. Jan 11, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (17) against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports.
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Rankings Dynasty Draft Profile: Jaylen Waddle. April 29, 2021 4:30pm EDT. season. We hope you enjoy this FREE article from FantasyPoints.com! In order to access our other articles and content, including livestreams, projections and rankings, stat analysis and more, be sure to sign up today. We are here
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Jaylen Jaylen Waddle - WR - Alabama - 2022 NFL Draft Profile and Stats
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Jaylen Jaylen is a smooth runner with top-end speed and great playmaking ability (especially impressive after the catch). "Waddle, one of the fastest prospects in this draft, could be the go-to target in new (Eagles) coach Nick Sirianni's offense," ESPN's Mel Kiper is quoted as saying. "He was one of college football's most electric receivers over the
Jaylen 2021 NFL Draft Profile: Jaylen Waddle. An ankle injury wrecked most of Jaylen Waddle's junior season, but it shouldn't prevent him from being one of the first wide receivers taken in the upcoming
Round Jaylen Waddle Draft Props. As noted in my DeVonta Smith prospect profile, I am betting under 5.5 wide receivers in Round 1 (-162 at Fox Bet).. In my post-free agency mock draft, I have only four wide receivers going in Round 1, but one of them is Waddle, who is a lock to go on Day 1.. While I rely on my own research, I also take a “wisdom of the crowds” …
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Initial 15 rows · NFL Draft Profile – WR Jaylen Waddle. Best Scheme Fit: His relative lack of reps in college mixed with his game-changing speed should make his best initial fit as the Z in a spread/RPO attack. Pre-Draft Fantasy Prospect Grade* (out of 50): 44.0.
Alabama Yahoo Sports’ lead draft analyst Eric Edholm shares his evaluation of the Alabama wide receiver. Jaylen Waddle NFL Draft Prospect Profile. March 31, 2021, 12:00 AM Alabama wide receiver
Jaylen NFL draft profile: Jaylen Waddle of Alabama. In this Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, file photo, Alabama wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, center, pulls down a reception between Missouri's Tyree Gillespie
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Waddle NFL Draft Profile; Jaylen Waddle Strengths. SEC Championship - Alabama v Georgia. Jaylen Waddle is a typical Alabama player, a natural hard worker coming from a winning program. Waddle works best
"Jaylen Jaylen Waddle's Player Profile. Neal Driscoll - Pro Football Network -: "Jaylen Waddle is a big-play waiting to happen, pairing his world-class speed with his ability to create separation to consistently burn defenses." Glynn Morgan - NBC Sports : "Jaylen Waddle is operating at 5G capacity while the rest of college defenders are covering him at
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This year, Alabama has two wide receivers coming out, and Jaylen Waddle is one of those players who is slated to hear his name called at the NFL Draft. However, almost as impressive has been the Crimson Tide’s recent streak of producing NFL WR’s.
And, the following year, Waddle and Henry Ruggs III — owner of the fourth-fastest NFL Combine 40-time (4.27s) since the inclusion of electronic timing in 1999 — finished neck-and-neck in a race. Had Waddle been able to test at his Pro Day, there would be zero question who the WR2 in this class would be.
Dynasty outlook Waddle is obviously a more interesting Dynasty prospect than a re-draft prospect. He's paired with a young QB he can grow with, and this could make for one of the better offenses in the league if Tagovailoa takes a step forward in 2021.
As a receiver, Waddle is definitely on the smaller end of the spectrum. He didn’t weigh in at either of the Alabama pro days, but his listed size of 5-foot-10 and 182 pounds is generally thought to be accurate. And with those numbers, he seems unlikely ever to be a true No.