Skyy Moore on Track for Training Camp: Poised to Smash ADP? (2022 Fantasy Football)

It’s never too early to check in on player news ahead of the 2022 season, and our news desk has you covered. Let’s take a look at the latest news and notes around the NFL. Skyy Moore is on track to be full-go for Chiefs’ training camp. Is he also poised to smash his current average draft position? Let’s check out the 2022 fantasy football outlook for Skyy Moore.

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Skyy Moore expected to be at full speed by training camp

Skyy Moore is still getting up to full speed at minicamp after an offseason injury, but he is expected to be fully ready for training camp. (Source: U.S. News)

Fantasy Impact: Moore suffered a hamstring injury prior to rookie minicamp. He is starting to get back to full speed at the Chiefs minicamp this month and should be fully healthy for training camp next month. While Travis Kelce will likely remain the technical WR1 for Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs’ wide receiver core is wide open this year. The rookie is in a position to potentially make an immediate impact if he can stay healthy.

By Ari Koslow

Skyy Moore 2022 Fantasy Football Outlook

Western Michigan WR Skyy Moore is being undervalued versus other Round 1 rookie WRs because he was a second-round pick as the 13th wide receiver selected in the draft. But Moore has a chance to hit the ground running in the post-Tyreek Hill era, competing for targets with fellow newcomers Juju Smith Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. His impressive YAC ability – tied for first with 26 forced missed tackles in 2021 – and ability to play both inside/outside helps him stand out from the other Chiefs WRs. With Patrick Mahomes as his quarterback, Moore could smash his current ECR into the stratosphere. It’s not that outlandish to think a second-rounder can make an immediate impact considering six of the 12 highest-scoring Round 1 & 2 rookie WRs selected since 2017 were second-rounders.
– Andrew Erickson

Pop the champagne and break out the party hats. Skyy Moore landing in Kansas City is a near-perfect outcome. Moore lands on a talented offense with an elite quarterback and an offensive genius. Yes, Juju Smith-Schuster’s presence will hurt his projected target upside, but Moore has the talent to emerge as the number two option in this passing offense behind only Travis Kelce. I know I sound ridiculously bullish on Moore, but for a player that converted to wide receiver when he arrived at Western Michigan and then proceeded to post a 91st college dominator rating and soak up a 99th percentile target share, the ceiling is enormous. Moore is a tackle-breaking machine and will be a YAC maven. I’ll draft him aggressively not only because of the landing spot but because his talent profile warrants it.
–Derek Brown

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