Chris Platt
Wide ReceiverWR
Baylor Bears
2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Chris Platt in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Gets another year of eligibility
January 16, 2019
Platt received word Sunday from the NCAA that he has been granted a sixth season of eligibility, allowing him to play for Baylor in 2019, Tim Watkins of reports.
Platt took a redshirt in 2014 and was limited to just four games in 2017 after suffering a major knee injury that required season-ending surgery. The health setback was significant enough to qualify as a medical hardship, allowing Platt to stick around in Waco and build on a fifth-year season in which he notched a career-high 36 receptions for 511 yards and a touchdown. With Jalen Hurd graduating, Platt and Denzel Mims should representing the top options in a developing Baylor passing attack.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Chris Platt
DFS College Football 101: Thursday Bowl Slate
86 days ago
Spencer Limbach offers his top plays for Thursday's bowl slate headlined by Temple's Ryquell Armstead, who draws a favorable matchup against Duke in the Independence Bowl.
Conference Preview: Big 12
228 days ago
Nick Grays navigates you through the wildest conference in all of college fantasy football, the Big 12. Who ranks among the elite in a conference chock full of top tier fantasy options?
Start vs. Sit: Who to Play, Who to Bench Week 5
September 27, 2017
John McKechnie analyzes the best starts and sits for the week as Ole Miss' Shea Patterson faces a tough Alabama defense. Should he sit this week?
CFB Waiver Wire: Players to Pick Up Week 5
September 25, 2017
Nick Grays identifies some interesting trends after four weeks and offers up his best pickups for Week 5, including some Minnesota backs who have a favorable matchup Saturday against Maryland.
Conference Preview: Big 12: Rudolph and Washington for the Win
August 15, 2017
Nick Grays looks to the Wild West of college football, the Big 12, and breaks down where you can find the fantasy gold mines and which players are fool's gold.
2016 Fantasy Outlook
Corey Coleman and Jay Lee are off to the NFL, meaning that Baylor will be trotting out some fresh faces at receiver this year. While KD Cannon and Ish Zamora are holdovers that will likely hold down two of the starting spots, Platt is the type of player that should see an increased role in the offense in 2016 as well. He appeared in 13 games last year as a redshirt freshman, catching just 11 out of 24 targets for 155 yards and a score. There are a couple factors that could work against Platt, such as Cannon and Zamora seeing the vast majority of the targets, or higher touted recruits potentially gaining an edge on him in fall camp. If Platt is able to hold off some of Baylor’s younger receivers and carve out a role as the Bears’ third receiver, he should see a fantasy-relevant amount of targets given that there isn’t necessarily a market share monster like Coleman on the team to take up one third of the targets.
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Finishes career with 97 catches
December 28, 2018
Platt recorded a 7-yard catch in Thursday's win over Vanderbilt in the Texas Bowl.
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114 receiving yards vs. Texas Tech
November 24, 2018
Platt managed six catches for 114 yards in Saturday's win over Texas Tech.
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Touchdown vs. Kansas
September 22, 2018
Platt caught three passes for 29 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's win over Kansas.
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Three catches in season opener
September 1, 2018
Platt reeled in three catches for 40 yards in Saturday's win over Abilene Christian.
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Listed as starting receiver
August 27, 2018
Platt (knee) is listed as the top wide receiver entering Week 1.
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