Trent Sherfield
Wide ReceiverWR
Vanderbilt Commodores
2019 Fantasy Outlook
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Posts solid numbers
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December 5, 2017
Sherfield ended the year with 50 receptions for 729 yards and five touchdowns.
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Sherfield finished his career at Vanderbilt on a high note, setting season highs in receptions, yardage, and touchdowns. He also produced as a ball carrier, getting eight touches for 92 yards and a score. He'll be a tough player to replace come next year.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2016
2017
By nearly any metric, Vanderbilt’s passing offense was one of the worst in the nation last season as the Commodores completed 51.1 percent of their passes for 2,062 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 16 interceptions. Sherfield was the lone bright spot however as he effectively lapped his teammates in any receiving category. He hauled in 51 of 80 targets (57.3%) for 659 yards and three touchdowns while the second highest outputs on the team in those categories were 26 receptions (Steven Scheu) and 339 yards (Caleb Scott). Though that catch rate is a brutal 57.3%, part of it can be explained away by the fact that Vanderbilt’s quarterback situation was so poor that it had to bench Johnny McCrary (54% completion percentage, 6:12 TD:INT) for true freshman Kyle Shurmur (42.7%, 5:3 TD:INT). Despite shoddy quarterback play and an unimposing supporting cast, Sherfield should be able to at least repeat his production from a year ago, if not surpass it, should Shurmur show any signs of improvement under center.
Sherfield had an uninspiring 2016 campaign after being a breakout performer in the year prior. Though he did average 13.9 yards per catch, Sherfield had fewer receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns than his breakout 2015 season. The return of C.J. Duncan could also be partly to blame, as could shoddy quarterback play. Duncan and teammate Caleb Scott are still in the picture, but quarterback Kyle Shurmur should give the passing game a bit more stability. Still, it remains to be seen if there is enough ball to go around between the three talented pass catchers.
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Scores twice in win
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November 7, 2017
Sherfield had 82 yards on five catches with a touchdown and took his only carry 45 yards for a score during the win over Western Kentucky on Saturday.
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Two receptions in shutout
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September 25, 2017
Sherfield caught two passes for 14 yards on Saturday against Alabama.
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Kept out of the end zone against Kansas State
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September 18, 2017
Sherfield caught four passes for 97 yards on Saturday against Kansas State.
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Plenty of looks in Week 2
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September 10, 2017
Sherfield caught four passes for 69 yards and one touchdown on Saturday against Alabama A&M.
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November 29, 2015
Sherfield caught six passes for 85 yards and a touchdown at Tennessee on Saturday.
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