This article is part of our Dynasty Watch series.
This article will look at nine wide receiver prospects and identify which ones should generally be bought, sold, or held in dynasty leagues this offseason. These verdicts are only generally the case – some of them might not apply in all leagues, so just remember to keep the takeaways within what's practical and understand there are exceptions.
Parris Campbell, WR, IND
The other guys on this list are tempting too, but there might not be a more overlooked dynasty asset to me than Campbell, who everyone seems very much bored of after two injury-wrecked seasons to begin his NFL career. Campbell has had remarkably bad luck, dealing with a sports hernia, broken wrist and broken foot as a rookie before a torn MCL/PCL ended his 2020 season in Week 1. Campbell has thus received the 'injury prone' label even though the nature of his injuries are all freakish. Because his injuries occurred by bad luck they're not likely to portend further injury troubles, meaning we should value Campbell more or less as if he never got hurt, but that's not at all the case with his current market.
The assumption that Michael Pittman is better than Campbell won't age well. Campbell is only three months older than Pittman despite getting drafted two years earlier, and there aren't three better athletes than Campbell at receiver in the entire NFL. At 6-0, 205 Campbell ran a 4.31-second 40 while posting a 40-inch vertical and 135-inch broad jump. Campbell is singularly