Smith had a quiet rookie season but showed flashes of the athleticism he showed while at UCF. Smith posted a pair of 100-yard games in 2018, including a two-touchdown performance and 111 yards in Week 5 against the Redskins in place of the injured Ted Ginn. He will compete to be the Saints' No. 2 wide receiver in training camp this season, a spot that would bring him some upside as a younger receiver opposite Michael Thomas.
Most of Smith's work last season came while Ginn was out, only playing about 40% of the Saints' offensive snaps in games Ginn played. If Smith can't beat out Ginn for the No. 2 role, he'll be very low in the pecking order as the Saints' still have to feed Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara and even Jared Cook.
Smith's fantasy value is directly tied to his battle with Ginn for snaps and targets. He is currently only ten spots behind Ginn in our rankings and with a strong preseason, should move up draft boards. This is one training camp that is absolutely worth monitoring.