Shenault posted 58-600-5 on 79 targets in 14 games as a rookie. He was the No. 47 fantasy receiver and was fifth in fantasy scoring among 2020 rookie receivers. He reportedly has created a buzz among Jacksonville’s new coaching staff this offseason, and was called the “best offensive player” at OTAs by ESPN’s Michael DiRocco. Shenault has some target competition (D.J. Chark, Marvin Jones, Travis Etienne) and early indications are that the Jaguars may go pretty run-heavy to protect Trevor Lawrence in his rookie season. This probably doesn’t add up to a breakout season for Shenault, but anything is possible.