Reggie Roberson
Wide ReceiverWR
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Injury Knee
2021 Fantasy Outlook
Roberson would be ranked higher if not for a lengthy injury history that most recently had a season-ending knee injury added to it in October. That makes two straight seasons cut short by injury. When healthy, Roberson has been automatic, racking up 65 catches for 1,277 yards and 11 scores on 95 targets over his last two seasons (12 games). But with injuries mounting, quarterback Shane Buechele gone and other talented options like Rashee Rice and Danny Gray ascending, Roberson isn’t the surefire impact fantasy option he was this time a year ago. Draft at your own risk. Read Past Outlooks
Returning in 2021
WRSMU
Knee
January 11, 2021
Roberson (knee) announced via his personal Twitter account that he will return for SMU in 2021.
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Roberson only played four games in 2020 before suffering a season-ending knee injury, but he'll officially return for another year with SMU after taking the offseason to rehab from surgery. The star wideout also missed a fair amount of time in 2019 due to a foot injury, so preserving his health will be key for Roberson in 2021.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2019
2020
Roberson isn't going to be the first option for the Mustangs this year- that honor will be worn by James Proche- but there'll be plenty of targets to go around in the Air Raid system. That helped get him off to a good year one in the program last year, earning 104 targets for 52 catches, 802 yards and six touchdowns in only 10 games, which was good enough for fourth most yards per game in the conference. Quarterback duties will likely be taking an upgrade in the form of Texas-transfer Shane Buechele from a position that was a rotating door last season, so Roberson should once again be a top receiver in the conference.
Roberson is the top option in one of college football’s most high-volume passing attacks. The Mustangs have ranked 11th in the nation in pass attempts per game each of the last two years and Roberson showed significant chemistry with Shane Buechele in 2019 before suffering a season-ending foot injury against Houston. Roberson matched his 2018 touchdown count and bested his yardage count on 40 fewer targets, all while upping his catch rate from 50 percent to 67 percent. With James Proche gone, Roberson has a chance to be the most targeted receiver in college football this season. And when Roberson is catching a high percentage of those targets with explosive efficiency, he has the makings of an elite fantasy option at receiver.
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Will miss remainder of season
WRSMU
Knee
October 12, 2020
Roberson (knee) will miss the rest of the season, Sam Blum of The Dallas Morning News reports.
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Expected to miss time
WRSMU
Knee
October 6, 2020
Roberson (knee) is expected to miss an extended period, Sam Blum of The Dallas Morning News reports.
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Never returns after knee injury
WRSMU
Knee
October 3, 2020
Roberson did not return to Saturday's game against Memphis after suffering a knee injury in the third quarter.
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Exits with leg injury
WRSMU
Knee
October 3, 2020
Roberson left Saturday's game against Memphis in the third quarter with an apparent leg injury. He limped while leaving the field and later left on a cart.
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Tops 100 yards against Mean Green
WRSMU
September 20, 2020
Roberson caught nine of 10 targets for 103 yards and two touchdowns against North Texas on Saturday.
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