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Tamorrion Terry Draft Profile & Dynasty Fantasy Analysis

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Tamorrion Terry Draft Profile

Florida State
40-Yard Dash
2021 Age
Redshirt Junior
Recruit. Stars
Projected Round
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Tamorrion Terry Dynasty Fantasy Analysis

Terry is a rarity in this class: A receiver who is both big and athletic. And he’s not a production-less jersey filler — he sat his first year on campus, but he produced immediately as a redshirt freshman upon seeing action, ranking No. 1 in receiving yards and touchdowns in 2018. Then as a sophomore he put up the first 1,000-yard receiving season at Florida State since the days of quarterback Jameis Winston.

  • 2018 (12 games): 35-744-8 receiving
  • 2019 (13 games): 60-1,188-9 receiving | 4-9-0 rushing

As a sophomore, Terry was a big-play machine. When he scored, he did it with style.

Florida State WR Tamorrion Terry averaged 57.8 yards per catch on his 9 TDs last season.

Highest of all CFB players with 3+

— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) May 15, 2020

If he had entered the draft after the 2019 season, he might have gone on Day 2. But he massively underwhelmed as a junior with 23-289-1 receiving and 2-0-0 rushing in six games.

Terry suffered a knee injury in October, which certainly could have impacted production in his two final games — just 2-14-0 receiving in total — and he opted out of the rest of the season in November, so the campaign was very much not Terry at his best. It might not be representative of who he actually is as a player.

But Terry simply might not have the talent or consistency to succeed in the NFL. He has a limited route tree, average technique and poor hands. He regularly plays smaller than his size and can be pushed around in his routes by physical corners.

With his athletic profile and early breakout and NFL entrance, Terry has the upside to be a starting perimeter receiver and eventual fantasy contributor.

But with his paltry expected draft capital and subpar football skills, he has the downside to make him a guy we remember nothing about in a few years except for his name.

NFL Prospect Comp: Equanimeous St. Brown but older

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