— I was with most people on Taywan Taylor early on: “Typical mid-major WR over-achiever, pumped stats guy.” Then I conducted a deeper study. You need to read about what I saw…
CBS Sports (as of this publish date) #13 WR prospect, #101 overall
ESPN (as of this publish date) #8 WR prospect, #83 overall
Dynasty Rookie Draft (ADP as of this publish date): #9 WR taken, #21 overall
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*Part 3 not published as of this post
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