From an analytical standpoint, Skyy Moore brings a ton to the table. He has the second-highest career yard per route run rate among the 2022 rookie WR class, and he made steady improvements to his efficiency metrics in each of his three seasons at Western Michigan. Questions remain regarding how Moore's game will translate at the NFL level; between the level of competition that he faced and his route tree data, Moore's projection certainly comes with a lot of built-in volatility.
Moore's career body of work and excellent 2021 production profile warrant his consideration as a top-five receiver and mid-first-round selection for dynasty rookie draft purposes. A lot will come down to his draft capital -- if an NFL franchise is willing to invest an early pick into Moore, it should help us to feel some level of confidence that his excellent collegiate production has a reasonable chance of translating at the NFL level. If Moore doesn't find himself in an ideal landing spot, how far could he fall down rookie draft boards?
SportsLine's Fantasy analyst Jacob Gibbs provides a data-driven deep dive to answer that question and address anything that stood out from his advanced statistical profile. These player profiles are just a small part of the advanced analytical prep Gibbs is providing for SportsLine users heading into the 2022 Fantasy football season -- if you want an easy way to keep up with all of the information that will be published this spring and summer, SportsLine's 2022 Fantasy Bible (coming soon!) will be updated with links to each article as they go live.
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