Trey Quinn, WR, Washington Redskins:
“Mr. Irrelevant” from the 2018 NFL draft — that moniker traditionally applied to the final selection of a draft — Quinn picked up a pair of starts as the fill-in for injured Crowder in Weeks 11-12, totaling nine catches on 10 targets for 75 yards and one touchdown.
With Crowder now gone, the slot receiver role is wide open for this second-year receiver, whose 114 receptions in his final college season in 2017 led the nation.
Quinn generated plenty of positive chatter throughout the offseason, and while a thumb issue has cost him time early in training camp, he’s still shaping up as a favorite to start for the Redskins.
be passed over in many drafts due to the team’s shaky quarterback picture, but could emerge as an underrated PPR option relatively quickly.