25. Odell Beckham Jr. (CLE)
WR25 seems fitting for Beckham as that was his final ranking in his most recent fully healthy season. That was in 2019, when the former New York Giant put up a 77/1035/4 campaign in his first year with the Browns. In Year 2, many expected Beckham and QB Baker Mayfield to produce at a higher level. Before an injury ended his season, Beckham was well on his way to his worst year as a pro.
Since joining the Browns, the gifted wideout is averaging 58.9 yards per game. That is down from the gaudy 92.8 mark he held during his tenure with the Giants. With Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt in the backfield, the Browns tend to lean run-heavy in their offensive approach. But the pass offense made strides last year, and Beckham appears to be healthy after a lengthy layoff. You’re talking about a guy who broke just about every record for a young receiver there is in the league. And you’re getting him as a WR3 as he’s currently being drafted as the No. 28 receiver off the board.
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