Pro Football Focus says Terry McLaurin is highest-graded WR in his class
A player’s “sophomore season” can say a lot about how the future looks.
Pro Football Focus has made their comparisons for the NFL’s 2nd-year wide receivers, and topping the list is a familiar face to B1G football.
Washington Football Team’s Terry McLaurin tops PFF’s list. The former Ohio State standout is having a breakout year for the Washington Football team and received a 84.3 rating from PFF.
Highest-graded 2nd year WRs:
1. Terry McLaurin – 84.3
2. A.J. Brown – 83.8
3. D.K. Metcalf – 83.7
4. Jakobi Meyers – 81.8
5. Deebo Samuel – 79.3 pic.twitter.com/6y2t6LN8ob
— PFF (@PFF) December 3, 2020
McLaurin finished Washington’s Thanksgiving blowout of Dallas with seven catches for 92 yards. He now has joined Charlie Brown as the only Washington player since the 1970 merger with 1,800+ yards in their first 25 career games.
A.J. Brown of the Tennessee Titans ranked second with 83.8, D.K. Metcalf of the Seattle Seahawks rated 83.7, Jacobi Meyers of the New England Patriots rated 81.8 and Deebo Samuel of the Los Angeles Rams rated 79.3 to make up PFF’s Top-5.
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