Allen Hurns was last year’s breakout offensive player, going from undrafted free agent to Week 1 starter (two touchdowns in the opening quarter).
Hurns’ playing time will be positively impacted by WR coach Jerry Sullivan’s trust in him to play inside and outside.
“He can do a lot of things and do them well,” Sullivan said. “I trust he’ll know different aspects of the offense, and he’s versatile enough to play them all. He’s a kid that is a grand guy to coach because he loves football.”
Hurns reportedly has a lead on Marqise Lee to be the team's WR2 heading into camp. He led the team in receiving yards (677) and touchdowns (6) as an undrafted rookie. If he plays starter's snaps he's likely to be fantasy relevant this season.