ESPN Fantasy Projection: Ruggs was the first wide receiver selected from the loaded 2020 draft class, but the pedigree did not translate to the field during his rookie campaign. Ruggs appeared in 13 games and played a healthy 555 snaps, but he was held to a 26-452-2 receiving line on 43 targets, adding 49 yards on nine carries. He posted two weekly fantasy finishes better than 46th. Ruggs has world class speed at 4.27 and was utilized as a vertical threat as a rookie (16.9 aDOT), but 3.3 targets per game (no more than five in a single game) simply won't cut it. Las Vegas' shaky WR depth chart gives Ruggs a real shot to emerge as the team's No. 1 WR, so a breakout is likely -- if he can translate his skill set to the pros. Grab him for your bench.