Keenan Allen

  • Height
    6' 2"
  • Weight
    206 lbs
  • Arm Length
    32 3/4" (76th)
Keenan Allen headshot
  • Draft Pick
    3.14 2013
  • College
    California
  • Age
    30.0

Keenan Allen Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2021 16 157 106 1138 10.7 1404 6 16.1 (#11)
2020 14 147 100 992 9.9 1082 8 17.5 (#7)
2019 16 150 104 1199 11.5 1536 6 16.3 (#8)
2018 15 137 97 1196 12.3 1252 6 17.2 (#13)
2017 16 159 102 1393 13.7 1499 6 17.8 (#3)
2016 1 7 6 63 10.5 52 0 12.3
2015 8 89 67 725 10.8 - 4 20.2 (#6)
2014 14 121 77 783 10.2 - 4 12.5 (#32)
2013 15 104 71 1046 14.7 - 8 14.6 (#19)
  • College Dominator
    49.5% (95th)
  • College YPR
    12.9 (25th)
  • College Target Share
    16.7% (36th)
  • Breakout Age
    18.4 (97th)

Keenan Allen Advanced Stats & Metrics

2021

Snap Share

2021

Target Share

2021

Fantasy Points

Keenan Allen ADP

27.90
(+2.44)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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3.04 Pick
WR12 Rank

Value Over Stream

+4.1
(#44)

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Popularity Index

#116

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Keenan Allen Injury History

Low
Medium
High
Games Missed
Injury Reports
Knee injury
Week 9 (2021)
1
Hamstring strain
Week 14 (2020)
1
2
Back spasms
Week 5 (2020)
0
1
Hamstring strain
Week 8 (2019)
0
1
Knee contusion
Preseason (2019)
0
0
Ankle sprain
Preseason (2019)
0
0
Knee sprain
Week 3 (2018)
0
1
Shoulder strain
Week 6 (2017)
0
4
ACL tear
Week 1 (2016)
Surgery: Knee Reconstruction Surgery (9-12 months)
15
15
Kidney laceration
Week 8 (2015)
8
8
Hip sprain
Week 6 (2015)
0
1
Clavicle fracture
Week 15 (2014)
2
2
Quadriceps strain
Week 5 (2014)
0
1
Groin strain
Week 3 (2014)
0
1
Rib contusion
Preseason (2014)
0
2
Shoulder strain
Week 14 (2013)
0
2
Knee soreness
Week 11 (2013)
0
1
PCL tear
Preseason (2013)
Surgery: Knee Surgery (3-4 months)
0
0

Keenan Allen College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Special Teams Age School
2010 11 (WR) 46 (77 tgts) 490 (10.7 ypr) 23.2% 59.7% 414 18 California
2011 13 (WR) 98 (147 tgts) 1343 (13.7 ypr) 33.5% 66.7% 32 19 California
2012 9 (WR) 61 (89 tgts) 737 (12.1 ypr) 24.3% 68.5% 212 (1 tds) 20 California

Who is Keenan Allen

Keenan Allen exploded onto the scene his rookie year despite not getting any snaps during week one. He finished the first year with 71 receptions which led all rookies and broke the franchise record for receptions in a rookie season. He also broke the franchise rookie receiving yards record with 1,046 yards. They would lose to the broncos that year in the Divisional Round, but Allen still made his mark, becoming just the second rookie in NFL history to crest 100 receiving yards and two touchdowns in a playoff game. Just before his third year, he signed a four-year contract and unfortunately tore his ACL in the first game of the season but stormed back with a vengeance in the 2017 season. He finished the 2017 season fifth in targets (27.7% target share), third in fantasy points per game, and caught over one hundred receptions. Allen was awarded the NFL Comeback Player of the Year for his efforts.

Allen has established himself as one of the premier wide receivers of the NFL, completing four out of the last five seasons with 100 or more receptions, to go along with five Pro Bowl nominations. His next gen stats reflect an receiver that doesn’t go deep often, evidenced by few deep targets over 20 yards downfield: 18, 11, and 15 over the past three seasons.

In 2021, he played much more out of the slot, finishing with a 52.6% slot rate, No. 5 among all wide receivers. He has had an outstanding career and with a top quarterback on his side, he can continue to produce effectively in the second half of his career.