Jamison Crowder joins the Jets after four seasons with Washington. For his first three seasons, he averaged over 60 catches and 725 yards. He will settle in as the No. 2 receiver for New York although being QB Sam Darnold’s No. 1 target isn’t out of the question.
Last season, Crowder struggled with injuries and only played 9 games. And he went down in training camp in 2019. So, health is a major factor. Also, the other receivers on the Jets are very similar to Crowder and we won’t know where he falls in the pecking order with Darnold.
2019 Bottom Line
If Crowder is healthy, he could be one of the steals of the draft. Although he is still considered depth, his ADP is 199 and his value should have him selected much earlier. Expect 50 receptions and 725 yards. Grab him in the 13th or 14th round if he is there.