How does one become more “elite” at wide receiver after a season in which it won the Fred Biletnikoff Award (nation’s top receiver) and was named an All-American?
Answers to this question may vary; however, Jerry Jeudy is expected to have a monster junior year for the University of Alabama this fall.
He’s coming off a sophomore campaign where he led the Crimson Tide in receptions (68), receiving yards (1,315) and touchdowns (14) in 2018.
The Florida native and former five-star had five 100-yard performances – including one versus Clemson in the 2019 College Football Playoff national title game (138 yards, one score) — despite a 44-16 loss.
According to a graphic from Pro Football Focus, a site that dives into the analytics of both college and professional football, it anticipates Jeudy have a big season.
He was given an overall grade of 88.8 after last year.
Simply put: Jerry Jeudy was PHENOMENAL last season and another massive year looks to be on the horizon. pic.twitter.com/hRcrODD9Ry
— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 21, 2019
Quite a few national media pundits have Jeudy as a potential Heisman winner and No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Fall camp will here soon and Tide fans are excited to see No. 4 on offense go to work some more under Nick Saban.
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