2022 NFL Free Agency WRs 11-15
11. Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Green Bay Packers
This is going to seem extremely high for Valdes-Scantling, but there’s some projection here.
He wasn’t playing a primary role in Green Bay but he has been a consistent and very good deep threat.
With his combination of size and speed, some team is bound to give Valdes-Scantling a three-year contract and tie themselves to his potential.
12. Jamison Crowder, New York Jets
Crowder is still a very productive slot receiver and he’s younger than you might think based on how long he’s been in the league (seven seasons).
At the age of 28, Crowder is undoubtedly going to get a lot of looks from playoff teams as a full-time slot and he could be a game-changer for teams that are close to getting over the hump.
13. Russell Gage, Atlanta Falcons
The former sixth-round pick out of LSU has been a very solid secondary option in the passing game for the Atlanta Falcons in recent years, racking up 138 receptions over the last two seasons along with eight touchdowns.
He tested extremely well at LSU’s pro day back in 2018 with a 4.42 in the 40-yard dash and a 39-inch vertical jump.
Perhaps he’s merely scratching the surface of what he can do these past couple of seasons.
14. Kalif Raymond, Detroit Lions
Raymond can return punts and kicks, and in recent years, he’s become a viable weapon offensively.
He caught 48 passes for over 500 yards and four touchdowns for the Lions last season. Although he lacks size, Raymond has elite speed and has really developed.
15. Isaiah McKenzie, Buffalo Bills
McKenzie was cut far too early by the Denver Broncos and has developed into a very valuable weapon for the Buffalo Bills.
He’s a tremendous weapon in the return game and has become a player they can get the ball to in a variety of ways on offense.
With his speed, quickness, and elusiveness in the open field, McKenzie should be a coveted player in NFL Free Agency.