2019 Rookie Prospect Stock Watch: Jan. 31

As the offseason progresses, and the 2019 rookie class evolves, there’s a constant churn of draft prospect information. Some is good, some bad. This article will help clear the noise and get to the truth. There’s a lot of information out there, but only some of it is valuable. This article will also evolve and shift based on personal research done through the season.

Now that some of the Shrine Game and Senior Bowl are finished, there’s time to address some of the more unique and highly talked about players in the draft class. While I’m a firm believer a prospect’s “true” stock never shifting throughout the process, it’s fun to play along with the news.


Marquise Brown (WR, Oklahoma) — Brown is a fun prospect. While he’s lacking in stature (will probably land in the 170 pound range at the combine), Brown has devastating speed to keep up with, and has proven to be a solid route runner. Brown was the main passing-game weapon in the high-powered Oklahoma offense over the last two seasons. Brown finished his only two Division I seasons with 132 receptions, 2,4...

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Russell Clay
Fantasy Analyst

Russell Clay joined FantasyGuru.com as a contributor in August 2018. He prides himself on being a versatile fantasy writer who’s able to provide strong analysis on a wide array of topics.