The 2017 WR Sweet 16: (2) Corey Davis vs (15) Josh Reynolds
The RotoViz Wide Receiver Prospect Sweet 16 Tournament matches the top incoming prospects in a head-to-head March Madness style format. Various RotoViz writers break down each match-up with the winner moving on to the next round.
(2) Corey Davis vs (15) Josh Reynolds
Corey Davis enters into 2017 draft process as one of the cleanest prospects in years. Many people projected him as the top WR had he come out in 2016. Davis’ 0.41 career market share of receiving yards is about as good as it gets. The one knock that some people have with Davis is the strength of schedule while playing at Western Michigan. Davis looks to be a favorite in this tournament.
Josh Reynolds posted solid numbers in his final season at Texas A & M. Battle tested in the tough SEC, Reynolds used his length to his advantage as deep threat to post 17 yards per reception for his career. As a 15th seed, Reynolds may be looking at an uphill battle to beat Davis. Will the offset in price be enough to sway some of the voters?