25. Evan Engram, TE — Jacksonville Jaguars
Evan Engram peaked as a rookie. That was four years ago. Engram is a former first-round pick of the Giants, and was touted as a vertical threat who would create matchup problems for all sorts of defenders. He looked the part in Year 1, catching 64 passes for 722 and six touchdowns – though it did take 115 targets to accumulate those numbers.
Engram faced two injury-plagued seasons in the years following, but was fully healthy for the 2020 season in which he was inexplicably named a Pro Bowler. The reality is that Engram’s ’20 season was worse than his rookie campaign, and he struggled mightily with drops and inconsistent effort. His blocking ability is nonexistent and he’s not prolific enough of a pass catcher to get away with it. He’s never had a 1,000-yard season — nor has the current Jags’ player played a full 16-game schedule.
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