Why It’ll Be Hard For Bills WR Isaiah Hodgins To Gain Fantasy Relevance

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Bills WR Isaiah Hodgins Dynasty Rookie Analysis

  • Draft Position: 6.207 | School: Oregon State
  • Height: 6’4” | Weight: 210 pounds
  • 40-yard dash: 4.61 seconds
  • 2020 Age: 22 | Class: Junior
  • Recruitment Stars: 3-4

Hodgins is a middling athlete, but he has Pro Football Focus’ No. 1 hands at the position, and he consistently improved each year in PFF grade, total receiving production and Dominator Rating.

  • 2017 (11 games): 66.2 PFF, 31-275-2 receiving, 15% Dominator Rating
  • 2018 (11 games): 84.6 PFF, 59-876-5 receiving, 30% Dominator Rating
  • 2019 (12 games): 90.1 PFF, 86-1,171-13 receiving, 40% Dominator Rating

He’s buried on the depth chart, and he’ll need to get past fourth-rounder Gabriel Davis in order to have a shot at cracking the starting lineup eventually, but Hodgins is better than the typical sixth-rounder.

He wouldn’t be the first late-round receiver in recent history to become a starter for the Bills.

NFL Prospect Comp: Stevie Johnson with more college production

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Matthew Freedman is the Editor-in-Chief of FantasyLabs, part of The Action Network.

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