Anthony Schwartz

Overall Rank
WR
Height
6' 0"
Weight
186 lbs
Arm Length
31"
(43rd)
Draft Pick
3.27
(2021)
College
Auburn
Age
23.8
Best Comparable Player
Kenny Stills
Workout Metrics
4.32
99th
105.3
85th
115.9
22nd
11.38
34th
9.91
33rd
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Catch Radius
High School Metrics
28.2%
(48th)
College Dominator
26.4%
(78th)
College Target Share
20.0
(62nd)
Breakout Age

Anthony Schwartz Bio

Anthony Schwartz is a wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns. Schwartz attended high school in Pembroke Pines, Florida where he played many sports including track and football. He would break many records in track and field, winning gold at the IAAF World U20 Championships (4 X 100 meters), and another gold medal at the Pan American U20 Athletics Championships (4 X 100 meters). He also won silver in the 100 meters in 2018. His world class speed had him the target of many universities, and he committed to Auburn University.

Anthony Schwartz would contribute to the team, mostly flashing his big play ability early on. His freshman year, his average yards per reception was 16.2 yards. His college stats reflect his big breakout his Junior season when he became a more regularly targeted receiver, gathering more targets and a greater target share than in his first two seasons. He is purely speed, and it was on display at the NFL combine when he showed off his ability by running a 4.32 (99th percentile) 40 time, and also running a 4.07 (88th percentile) 20-yard shuttle. His hand size came in at 9 3/8” and wingspan measured in at 75 1/2”. He would be selected by the Cleveland Browns in the third round.

He did not see the field very much in his rookie season, and only had ten receptions on 23 targets, but the future is bright for this young speedster. The Browns showed willingness to throw him Deep Balls as he had seven deep targets in his rookie year and 380 total air yards, however, he played on limited snaps, and never had a snap share higher than 60%. His ADP had him at the 18th to 19th round of drafts, and his fantasy ranking leaves much to be desired. There is opportunity for him to climb the depth chart with a departing Jarvis Landry, and Odell Beckham already out of Cleveland, while he remains under contract on his rookie deal. If he can continue to learn the nuances of the game and become more well-rounded, he could become the next great speedster in the NFL.