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Slayton, D. – NYG (WR70)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Darius Slayton, WR, New York Giants (6/23) Advice: Darius Slayton went from a rookie sensation to a sophomore slump, but hopefully Year 3 will be better for him in 2021. However, it’s hard to count on him with the Giants adding Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney and John Ross this offseason, while also still having Sterling Shepard on the roster. We expect Slayton to play ahead of Ross, but that’s a situation to monitor. Hopefully, Slayton can make enough plays to make him Fantasy viable in deeper leagues. He only had five games with at least 11 PPR points in 2020 after he had six games with at least that total in 2019, and he still has plenty to prove this season. If Slayton continues to be a starting receiver for the Giants then he could have value in deeper leagues, but he probably won’t get drafted in most formats this year. Keep an eye on his role in training camp, and Slayton could end up as a waiver wire addition during the season if things go right despite the now-crowded receiving corps for the Giants. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 12.08 — 16.04
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Born: January 12, 1997, Norcross, GA

Miller, S. – TB (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Scott Miller, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6/23) Advice: The Scotty Miller hype train started in August during 2020 training camp and only intensified after Chris Godwin suffered an injury. He soon became a preferred late-round target for many late August/early September drafters. While Miller was ultimately effective in the deep passing game, his production was fleeting and difficult to predict. With Antonio Brown back in the mix, Miller should be avoided in anything but Best Ball leagues. (CBSSports.com)

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Etienne Jr., T. – Jax (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Travis Etienne, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars (6/23) Advice: The Jaguars selected Travis Etienne 25th overall in the NFL Draft, and, while he should be a very good Fantasy player in the long run, this might not have been the best landing spot for his immediate value. Etienne figures to play plenty but will split time with James Robinson and is probably more of a fourth- or fifth-round pick in re-draft leagues. Obviously, there is huge upside here, because Etienne is a big-time playmaker in all facets of the game, averaging 7.2 yards per carry and 11.3 per reception over his four years at Clemson. The good news is that he’ll be lining up next to his college QB, Trevor Lawrence, and that combination could be especially fruitful in the passing game, which is likely where Etienne will have to make his primary impact, at least at first. Robinson figures to see most of the early-down work, with Etienne handling a lot of the third downs (and occasionally splitting out wide or lining up alongside Robinson in two-RB sets), and he can be a viable Fantasy starter in that role, maybe as a better Nyheim Hines. Etienne will cost a lot more than Hines on Draft Day — and in Dynasty leagues, he’s probably a top-five pick in most formats — because his upside is so much higher. Maybe it’s a situation where he starts out slow but eventually becomes the No. 1 RB for Jacksonville — and a league-winner for your squad. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 2.01 — 15.12
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Born: January 26, 1999, Jennings, LA

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