George Pickens

  • Height
    6' 3"
  • Weight
    200 lbs
  • Arm Length
    32 3/8" (67th)
George Pickens headshot
  • Draft Pick
    2.20 2022
  • College
  • Age
Overall rank

George Pickens Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 12 62 37 512 13.8 919 2 9.2 (#54)
  • College Dominator
    18.9% (22nd)
  • College YPR
    17.8 (85th)
  • College Target Share
    15.4% (31st)
  • Breakout Age
    18.5 (96th)

George Pickens Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream


Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.


Snap Share


Target Share


Fantasy Points

George Pickens ADP

Average Draft Position (2022)
Powered By
9.01 Pick
WR46 Rank

George Pickens News & Analysis

Popularity Index


Player Popularity Index (PPI) ranks PlayerProfiler page views over the last 30 days. For example, the No. 1 PPI player page is the most frequently visited page in recent weeks.

George Pickens Injury History

No reported injuries

George Pickens College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Rec TDs Special Teams Age School
2019 12 (WR) 49 (62 tgts) 727 (14.8 ypr) 14.9% 79.0% 8 0 19 Georgia
2020 8 (WR) 36 (55 tgts) 513 (14.3 ypr) 18.0% 65.5% 6 0 20 Georgia
2021 4 (WR) 5 (9 tgts) 107 (21.4 ypr) 2.2% 56.0% 0 0 21 Georgia

Who is George Pickens

As a true freshman in the SEC, Pickens immediately assumed the alpha role in the Bulldogs receiving corps. He led the team in receptions and receiving yards by a wide margin. However, it’s important to note that his 2019 numbers were boosted due to an absolutely incredible performance against Baylor. Against the Bears he caught 12 passes for 175 yard and a score. That single game nearly accounted for 25% of his total receptions and yards that season. It’s not concerning, but something to remember.

In his sophomore campaign, Pickens continued to dominate in a run-first offense. Despite missing two games, Pickens tied Kearis Jackson in a team high 36 receptions and one less yard (513 yards). Had he not missed any games, he was on pace for 45 receptions and 770 yards. In the Peach Bowl, Pickens had 7 receptions for 135 yards and 1 score. It’s important to know that this game and his game against an average Missouri team accounted for 50% of his total receiving yards.

In the 2021 spring season, George Pickens tore his ACL which caused him to miss almost all of the 2021 season. He returned to play against Georgia Tech, but only caught 1 pass for 5 yards. In the following 4 games, he was used minimally ending the year with 5 receptions for 107 yards. Hoisting the national championship trophy, he was invited to the combine. Coming in somewhat injured, he was dialed in mentally comparing himself to bigger Davante Adams. He ran a 4.47 40 which is great when adjusted for his size. If you consider he was still recovering from the tear, then he may have run even faster if he was fully healthy.

George Pickens was selected in the 2nd round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Compared to his teammate, Chase Claypool, Pickens should have an impact in the later half of season like most rookies do. This is still a run-first offense with a good defense and great running back, so he’ll have to compete with Diontae and Chase during his rookie season.