Theo Wease

Wide ReceiverWR
Questionable
Injury Lower Leg
Est. Return 10/30/2021
2021 Fantasy Outlook
Wease will look to improve upon his 2020 production which included 37 catches for 530 yards and four touchdowns on 55 targets. Both Wease and Marvin Mims had 37 catches apiece, however, it was the freshman Mims who made more of his opportunities with nine touchdowns. With Oklahoma averaging 43.0 points per game behind stud quarterback Spencer Rattler, there's a great chance those touchdown opportunities even out during the 2021 season. Wease will also battle Arkansas transfer Mike Woods for targets during the 2021 season. Nonetheless, there's plenty of production to go around to all of the Oklahoma receivers in one of the nation's most dynamic offenses. Read Past Outlooks
Warmed up against KU
Lower Leg
October 26, 2021
Wease (lower leg) warmed up pregame but ultimately did not take the field against Kansas, Bob Przybylo of Sooner Scoop reports.
ANALYSIS
Wease is expected to return at some point this season after suffering a lower leg injury in the season opener. The fact he was able to warm up bodes well for his chance to return soon, but he may still not be much of a factor in the receiving rotation.
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2020 Fantasy Outlook
Wease projects to be the second receiver on Oklahoma's depth chart behind Charleston Rambo after he grabbed eight catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns during his freshman campaign. With CeeDee Lamb departing early to the NFL, Oklahoma and their new projected starter, Spencer Rattler, will have to establish some new receiving threats. When looking at Lincoln Riley's track record with quarterbacks, there's brewing optimism that Rambo and Wease will be able to fill the void and have productive seasons from the receiver position.
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Should return this season
Lower Leg
October 13, 2021
Coach Lincoln Riley said that Wease (lower leg) should return at some point this season, John E. Hoover of SI.com reports.
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Not dressed Saturday
Lower Leg
September 11, 2021
Wease (lower leg) isn't dressed for pregame warmups ahead of Saturday's game against Western Carolina, Jason Kersey of The Athletic reports.
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Out for first half of season
Lower Body
September 4, 2021
Coach Lincoln Riley relayed after Saturday's season opener that Wease (lower leg) will miss "at least half of the season," John E. Hoover of SI.com reports.
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Likely out a few weeks
Lower Body
September 1, 2021
Wease suffered a lower-body injury that is expected to sideline him for at least a few weeks, Josh Callaway and John E. Hoover of Sports Illustrated reports.
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Grabs TD in second straight game
December 5, 2020
Wease hauled in five catches for 66 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 27-14 win over Baylor.
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