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Player Outlook
One look at Wilson's 6-foot-6 frame will have you asking if he's a tight end or a wide receiver. For now, it's the latter, and that makes him slightly less appealing in Dynasty leagues and a complete afterthought in redraft. Wilson is also an older prospect whose best season came in 2022 when he led the Seminoles in catches (43), yards (897), and touchdowns (5). He'll be battling Parris Campbell and fellow rookie Ainias Smith for playing time in 2024 but even if he wins that battle as a big slot we won't have much interest as long as A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith are healthy. In Dynasty Wilson is a fine dart throw after the first three rounds of your rookie draft.

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  • Eagles' Johnny Wilson: Joins loaded group of Philly WRs

    The Eagles selected Wilson in the sixth round of the 2024 NFL Draft, 185th overall. It's not hard to envision how the 6-foot-6, 231-pound pass catcher out of Florida State could make a difference at the NFL level, but the intimidating measurables are offset by unreliable hands (15 career drops), lethargic route running and difficulties revving up his speed both out of routes and after the catch. It's possible Wilson eventually transitions to tight end at some point in his career, but for now he joins a loaded Eagles receiving corps as a pure jump-ball specialist that may struggle to crack the 53-man roster.
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