Garrett Wilson

GarrettWilson

  • HT/WT
    6' 0", 192 lbs
  • Birthdate
    7/22/2000 (22)
  • College
  • Draft Info
    2022: Rd 1, Pk 10 (NYJ)
  • Status
    Active

Next Game

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vs AFC436652512.225426351.70710
Away173218711.0235102-2-1.00000

2022 Receiving

Stats
Regular Season
Projected
Last 5 Games
Career
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497962812.845431441.00710
7612297112.865448661.00720
253133812.3215015362.00610
497962812.845431441.00710

Recent Games

DateOPPResultRECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFD
Sun 11/27vsCHI
W
31-10
589519.02545
Sun 11/20@NE
L
10-3
23126.0061
Sun 11/6vsBUF
W
20-17
899211.50243
Sun 10/30vsNE
L
22-17
6711519.20544
Sun 10/23@DEN
W
16-9
44246.00122
Latest News

Fantasy Football

Position Rank
23
% Rostered
85.1
% Change 7 Days
3.5

News: 3 days agoWilson caught five of eight targets for 95 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 31-10 win over the Bears. He added one rushing attempt for minus-1 yard.

Spin: Wilson showed immediate chemistry with new starting quarterback Mike White, catching three of four targets for 32 yards on the opening drive, including an eight-yard touchdown. The pair hooked up again in the second quarter for a 54-yard touchdown, on which Wilson showed off his shiftiness after the catch. At least for one game, White looked like a considerable upgrade over Zach Wilson under center, which has the rookie wide receiver's arrow pointing up ahead of a Week 13 matchup with a leaky Minnesota secondary.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Wilson was selected by the Jets with the 10th overall pick of April's draft. The Ohio State product is a quick and elusive prospect who primarily worked as a perimeter receiver and punt returner at OSU. Wilson has terrific hands, having dropped only six balls during his college career and posting a strong 90% catch rate on on-target throws in 2021. That 2021 campaign included a terrific 70-1058-12 receiving line in 11 games. Wilson figures to immediately slide in as a starter opposite second-year Elijah Moore, with Corey Davis and Braxton Berrios also in the fold. Wilson has more competition for targets than many of his fellow rookies, but history tells us top-10 rookie WRs are a strong bet to see big volume and provide weekly WR3/flex production.