Will Fuller

Overall Rank
Free Agent
6' 0"
186 lbs
Arm Length
Draft Pick
Notre Dame
Best Comparable Player
Mike Wallace
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Will Fuller Bio

Will Fuller was a wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins. He initially committed to Penn State, but later changed his decision, and committed to Notre Dame. He burst onto the scene his sophomore year with the Fighting Irish, gathering 1,076 receiving yards and tying the school record for touchdown receptions in a season with fifteen. He continued to impress in his junior year finishing with a 24.8% (72nd percentile) College Target Share and ended the year second all time for career touchdowns behind only Michael Floyd. He would declare for the NFL draft following his junior season.

Will Fuller was drafted in the first round, going 21st overall to the Houston Texans backed by impressive college stats, including 20.3 (95th percentile) yards per reception and a 4.32 (98th Percentile) 40 time He had a productive first year, finishing with 47 receptions for 635 yards, and two touchdowns. And his next gen stats confirm that his Air Yards Share was 1,411 for the season, which is his highest ever to date. He started his second year with a broken collarbone, but when he made his season debut, he caught two touchdowns in a victory over the Tennessee Titans. His 2018 season started with a hamstring injury in week one and finished with a torn ACL in week eight. In between the two injuries, he had finished with a fantasy ranking of WR 10 or higher three times and had zero drops in those games.

The 2020 season was by far his best statistical season, ranking number one in the NFL with an average of 11.7 yards per target, and setting career highs in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns. Unfortunately, the career year would be cut short as he tested positive for PED’s and was suspended for the remainder of the season.

He signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins where unfortunately he broke his thumb in week four after only receiving a portion of snaps and was later placed on IR and never returned for the season. His ADP will likely trend higher during best ball season and especially if he finds a good spot to land. To this day, he remains the most enigmatic wide receiver in fantasy football, where he will have incredible games and highlight plays only to be injured or suspended the following game.