College: Clemson | Rookie
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 185 lbs
Birth Date: 12/21/1995
Depth Chart: WR1.2
2019 Bye Week: 6
Total Pts: 22.1
Avg Pts: 4.42
Rank: 87 WR
|Week 1||3.30||Hunter Renfrow 13 receiving yds (1.30 pts)|
Hunter Renfrow 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 2||7.00||Hunter Renfrow 30 receiving yds (3.00 pts)|
Hunter Renfrow 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
|Week 3||5.80||Hunter Renfrow 28 receiving yds (2.80 pts)|
Hunter Renfrow 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 4||3.80||Hunter Renfrow 18 receiving yds (1.80 pts)|
Hunter Renfrow 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 5||2.20||Hunter Renfrow 12 receiving yds (1.20 pts)|
Hunter Renfrow 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 7||7.10||3-32yds / 0.2TDs projected|
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow has made a mark in the team's offense, leading the team with eight targets in Week 2. He'll look to follow that up this week as the squad travels to Minnesota to take on the Vikings in a game that will likely force more pass attempts from Derek Carr. With Tyrell Williams drawing coverage from All-Pro Xavier Rhodes, the field could open up more for Renfrow who's starting to become a weapon underneath the secondary. He's too risky to start in DFS and redraft leagues, but with another solid showing, he could be a sneaky option in PPR formats.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow seen a team-high eight targets versus the Chiefs in Week 2 as he continues to build more chemistry with quarterback Derek Carr. He was only able to haul in four of these balls for 30 scoreless yards, but his growing involvement in the passing game is encouraging. Renfrow is a reliable receiver for Carr to target underneath the coverage, so his big-play ability is capped, but he could provide value in PPR formats as the season progresses. Darren Waller and Tyrell Williams will continue to get the bulk of the opportunities, but managers should keep an eye on the rookie and his involvement in the coming weeks.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow didn't see much action in the team's 24-16 defeat over the Denver Broncos Monday. He caught 2-of-3 targets for 13 yards in his sporadic time on the field, but he did look sharp when he did catch the ball. Until Renfrow earns more playing time, he's solely a dynasty stash, but he has the reliable hands to be a steady contributor for the Raiders passing game at some point this season. The fifth-round rookie will be a cheap dart-throw option at best in DFS next week when the Chiefs come to town in a potential high-scoring affair.
With Antonio Brown's high volume of targets now up for grabs, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow should see an uptick in opportunities in lieu of this recent vacancy. The fifth-round rookie has perhaps the most reliable hands on the squad as well as quick agility to get open on shallower routes, making him a steady pass-catching option to help move the chains. With Tyrell Williams and J.J. Nelson able to stretch the field, Renfrow could prove to be a sneaky pass-catching option underneath the coverage. We'll have to see how Renfrow jells in this offense before inserting him onto fantasy rosters, but he could become a popular waiver wire add next week with a solid showing versus the Broncos on Monday Night Football.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow is ready to carry over his success from college to the NFL as he enters his first year in the league. He's coming off National Championships in two of his last three years at Clemson, including a game-winning TD catch in 2017. The fifth-round rookie has proven himself on a big stage and seems to be unphased by the intimidating atmosphere of the NFL. Renfrow is comfortable with the playbook after a month and a half of practice time and will look to add a new dimension to the team in the starting slot role. He's got terrific hands and possesses a knack to find open space, making him a reliable target to move the chains. Renfrow isn't a recommended fantasy option for their Week 1 matchup versus the Broncos, but he's a cheap dart throw for DFS lineups.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow is poised for an impactful rookie season with the Silver and Black in 2019. As the starting slot receiver, Renfrow will provide another set of reliable hands for short yardage passes while the defense focuses their attention primarily on Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams. The Clemson product was renowned for his catching prowess at the college level and has carried it over to the NFL so far through his first preseason. Quarterback Derek Carr and head coach Jon Gruden have both praised Renfrow for his sneaky ability to get open and haul in anything thrown his way. Until we see how significant his role will actually be in this offense he remains a dynasty stash, but could find value in PPR redraft leagues as the season progresses.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow hauled in both of his targets Thursday, picking up 26 yards in the team's victory over the Arizona Cardinals. The fifth-round rookie failed to get on the field for quarterback Derek Carr's only drive of the game, which ended up with a TD pass to his positional battle opponent Ryan Grant, but he did make a couple of nice catches. Renfrow continues to draw praise from the coaching staff and still sits at the top of the depth chart at slot receiver. We've yet to see him truly shine in game action, but we know the talent is there from his days at Clemson. Renfrow remains a dynasty stash for fantasy purposes, although he could find some season-long value during the season if he earns an increased role with the offense.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow cracked the top spot on the teams first official depth chart at slot receiver. The 24-year-old rookie has shined so far at camp and has drastically outperformed Ryan Grant, so it appears its his spot to lose. Renfrow has displayed the same traits that made him excel with the Clemson Tigers, reliable hands and a knack for getting open. If Renfrow keeps up his admirable work ethic, he could find sneaky fantasy value this season as another weapon for Derek Carr to utilize. For now, the fifth-round selection carries mostly dynasty appeal, but could find himself moving up the redraft draft board as the season nears.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow is making a strong case to be the teams number three receiver. The rookie has lined up against veteran safety Lamarcus Joyner several times in practice and has bested him on multiple occasions. The Raiders coaching staff wanted Joyner to test Renfrows abilities at full effort, and the Clemson product has responded outstandingly. At 510, his stature doesnt stand out on the field, but as weve seen at camp so far, the coaching staff has drooled over his ability to run routes and make plays. Renfrow appears to be moving ahead of J.J. Nelson on the depth chart, but he has a long way to go yet to prove he can be a viable fantasy player in the NFL.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow has turned a few heads so far at the teams training camp. The fifth-round rookie is showing his knack for getting open on the field, something that was heavily admired from him throughout his college years. At 510 Renfrow uses his speed and elusiveness to get open in the slot which helped him haul in 49 catches for 544 yards last season at Clemson. With bigger and badder weapons around him, Renfrow could find some sneaky value during the season, but will undoubtedly have to earn his stripes to get regular playing time. For now, he remains a dynasty stash but is a player to watch during the preseason to see if he can crack the job for the starting slot role.
Joining the new offensive formula for the Oakland Raiders this season, wide receiver Hunter Renfrow hopes to be a part of it in a big way in 2019. The fifth-round rookie has his eyes on the job for the teams starting slot receiver, sandwiched on the field between fellow newcomers Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams. Battling Ryan Grant and JJ Nelson for the position, Renfrow has a dynamic skill set that forced GM Mike Mayock to trade up for him at this years draft. His 510 frame, reliable hands, and excellent route-running abilities give him the proper skill set, but hell have to prove hes the right man for the job during training camp and the preseason. Renfrow is a name to watch out for in the buildup to the regular season and is solely on the dynasty league radar until we know more about his role going forward.
Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden would like to see rookie wide receiver Hunter Renfrow move around the field in his first season in the NFL. He was selected in the fourth round and the Raiders would like him to master the playbook in not just the slot position, but other positions as well. Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams will be the primary outside receivers, but they will also move around at times. Renfrow isn't very big and doesn't have elite speed, but he's quick in his routes, has soft hands and understands coverages. He doesn't have a ton of upside and will be competing with the likes of J.J. Nelson, Marcell Ateman, Ryan Grant and fellow rookie Keelan Doss.