ESPN Fantasy Projection: It took Samuel a couple of months to get rolling, but the 2019 second-round pick worked his way to a prominent offensive role right around the midpoint of his rookie season. From Weeks 10-17, the Clemson product played on 82% of the 49ers' snaps. Powered by 697 yards and four touchdowns, he was fantasy's No. 9 scoring WR. He kept it up in the playoffs with 229 yards on 16 touches. Samuel was primarily used near the line of scrimmage, posting one of the position's lowest aDOTs (7.7), but also the fifth-best catch rate (71%), the seventh-best YPT (10.0) and the second-best RAC (8.1). A weapon as both a receiver and rusher, Samuel shouldn't struggle for touches in Kyle Shanahan's offense. He's a solid WR3 option with upside.