Dante Pettis Film Notes

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Dante Pettis – Washington

WR 6’0″ 196 lbs

If Dante Pettis was a meal, he’d be a cheese pizza; he’s comfortable, safe, and nondescript. He’s not a player whose skillset is worth hating, but after 8 plus games-worth of film, there’s not much I love either.
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Courtland Sutton Film Notes

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Courtland Sutton – SMU

WR 6’4″ 215 lbs

Cortland Sutton has been near the top of the last two receiver classes, opting to return last season to SMU. An extra year of seasoning may have backfired in terms of Sutton’s draft stock, but it is definitely providing a bright spot for dynasty drafters.
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James Washington Film Notes

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James Washington – Oklahoma State

WR 5’11” 205

The two biggest things working against James Washington are psychological. He doesn’t fit within the parameters of a traditional wide receiver build, and he wears number 28. (This sounds crazy, but there were people pointing out the “lack of explosiveness” of the number 45 when Michael Jordan returned from retirement; we attach a style and persona to numbers that colors our perception.) 28 is not a wide receiver.
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Sony Michel Film Notes

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RB 5’11” 222 lbs

The Sony Michel bandwagon filled up and started rolling after the National Championship game against Alabama, but the signs that he is special were there all season.
At 5’11” and 220 pounds, it’s easy to get caught up in expecting another powerful, bruising Georgia running back; that’s not who Michel is. He’s better.
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