As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…
I saw/scouted Ricky Seals-Jones as a clunky, huge WR (6’5″/243), who ran a disappointing 4.69 40-time with a 7.46 three-cone. Measurables more like a tight end. If he’s going to make it in the NFL — it’s going to be as a TE. I’d bet against it, but I’m curious to watch.
Seals-Jones is not on anyone’s dynasty rookie draft rankings.
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