ESPN Fantasy Projection: Hurd is on the comeback trail after missing his entire rookie season with a back injury. The third-round pick was one of the biggest receivers in 2019 rookie class at 6-foot-5, 226 pounds. Despite his massive frame, Hurd was actually a running back who racked up 589 carries in three seasons at Tennessee before converting to slot receiver for one season at Baylor (48 carries, 107 targets in 2018). Hurd is obviously a very raw receiver, but his combination of versatility, athleticism and strength makes him an intriguing prospect. He'll need to beat out the likes of Trent Taylor, Kendrick Bourne and rookie Brandon Aiyuk behind Deebo Samuel, but Hurd is fine as a late flier in deep leagues.