• Terry McLaurin
  • WR
  • , Washington Redskins
  • 23
  • 208 lbs
  • 6' 0"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Snaps in the Washington receiving corps are as wide open as any in the league, so McLaurin has a chance to play a lot right away. In response to a question about Paul Richardson and Josh Doctson, HC Jay Gruden shifted the conversation to McLaurin saying that he has that “wow factor” and going on to say that “he’s powerful, he’s smart, and he’s physical.” The Athletic beat writer Ben Standing came away from the conversation with Gruden thinking that McLaurin would start. McLaurin caught 35 passes for 701 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior at Ohio State and has ridiculous speed (4.35 40-yard dash), along with good burst and agility, per Player Profiler.

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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Terry McLaurin - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Terry McLaurin is a third-round pick from Ohio State who is turning heads at Redskins’ training camp. He has an obvious built-in rapport with incoming rookie QB Dwayne Haskins that could pay off if Washington goes with him. Even if Washington goes with Keenum, McLaurin is a 6-foot receiver with good speed and joins a weak receiving group.

Fantasy Downside
McLaurin wasn’t a huge prospect heading into the NFL Draft. There’s a lot of unknown with him heading into 2019 as Washington has a bunch of similarly-talented wideouts on its roster. Also, rookie wideouts don’t normally shine. Since 1950, only 20 WRs in NFL history have gone over 1,000 yards during their first year.

2019 Bottom Line
McLaurin could be a nice sleeper pick. He’s not a well-known name, and his connection to Haskins from Ohio State could be crucial in his success. Even aside from that, he was a great player in college. He hauled in 71 percent of his targets, which was ninth-best in his class and averaged 14.3 yards per target, which was No. 1 in his class. He also has an opportunity to play right away in Washington.

2019 Strength of Schedule - WAS
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
26
@PHI
8
DAL
9
CHI
24
@NYG
22
NE
31
@MIA
16
SF
3
@MIN
5
@BUF
BYE32
NYJ
14
DET
15
@CAR
21
@GB
26
PHI
24
NYG
8
@DAL

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2018 Game Stats