Allen Hurns has had some success in the NFL and now will be given a chance to be the No. 1 receiver for QB Dak Prescott. Hurns caught 64 passes back in 2015 for over 1,000 receiving yards. He is very versatile as he can line up outside and in the slot. Expect Hurns to be targeted six to eight times a game which will produce some decent numbers.
Injuries have been the theme for Hurns over the past two seasons. He missed 11 games and had trouble being effective with nagging issues. His numbers and fantasy impact were limited because of that and Jacksonville decided he was unreliable.
2018 Bottom Line
Hurns has an ADP of 125 but his value is higher. He ranks as our No. 41 wide receiver. Someone has to catch the ball in Dallas. If Hurns is healthy, his ceiling is high. Take him a couple of rounds earlier than his ADP suggests and you might find yourself with a steal. The worse case scenario is that he's a WR3.