College: Southern Methodist | Rookie
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 200 lbs
Birth Date: 12/7/1995
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 11
Avg Pts: 0.69
Rank: 155 WR
Quinn didn't play much his rookie year but showed some promise when on the field. He had nine receptions for 75 yards and a score in three gams. He was eventually put on Injured Reserve because of an ankle injury, cutting his season short. The Redskins like the way Quinn progressed last year, though, and think he could challenge for the slot job this year. He is a good route runner with plus hands.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: If he wins the slot job, Quinn has some promise in PPR formats. He could get his chances in an offense that likes to check the ball down. Consider him a late-round sleeper. For now, expect around 40 receptions for 500 yards with a few scores.
Washington seems to love slot receiverTrey Quinn. Moreover, they do not have many receivers left after an offseason of attrition from the team. Jamison Crowder is now with the Jets and Maurice Harris is in New England. This leaves Josh Doctsonand Paul Richardson as the only other veteran receivers along with two rookies drafted this season in Kelvin Harmon and Terry McLaurin. While Quinn is in his second season and only played in three games as a rookie, he will still have a big role.Whether it be Dwayne Haskins or Case Keenum behind center for Washington they will be focusing on the short pass game along with the run game to move the ball in 2019. This means good things for whichever running back is healthy and the slot receiver. As long as Trey Quinn can stay healthy, he is in line to be the number one receiver for the Redskins.This does not mean he should be a number one receiver for your fantasy team. He should only be in consideration as a low-end WR3 at best, but more realistically a WR4/5. At this production level, he should not be drafted above the 10th round in leagues. If he hits, he could be one of those late-round guys who becomes a lynchpin to your championship team. If not, he can be dropped without worry about losing out on a significant draft investment.
|Week 11||3||Trey Quinn 49 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Trey Quinn 49 receiving yds (2 pts)
|Week 12||8||Trey Quinn 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Trey Quinn 10 yd TD pass from Colt McCoy
Trey Quinn 26 receiving yds (1 pts)
Trey Quinn 26 receiving yds (1 pts)
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Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn landed on the Reserve/Injured list twice in his rookie season, which limited him to only three games last year. Nevertheless, receivers coach Ike Hilliard is one of a growing list of people who considers Quinn to be a breakout candidate for the 2019 season.
Fantasy Spin: Quinn really only played significant snaps in two games (Week 11 and Week 12), but he made enough of an impression to help Washington feel better about letting Jamison Crowder leave via free agency. Last year's Mr. Irrelevant is custom-made for the slot with top-end short-area quickness and sticky hands, and he is being asked to fill the same role that allowed Crowder to average 64 catches over the previous three seasons. Quinn boasts WR3 upside in PPR formats this season.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn has 'taken over the inside slot role,' according to head coach Jay Gruden.
Fantasy Spin: Gruden didn't stop there, praising Quinn's confidence, quickness, hands, physicality and toughness. This isn't the first time Gruden has lavished praise on Quinn, and it's clear the coach wants him to be a key cog in the passing attack. With no frontline talent ahead of him at receiver, Quinn has a chance to be a frequent target of Case Keenum or Dwayne Haskins. Keep an eye on Quinn during the preseason.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn (hamstring) did not participate in practice Thursday, June 6, because of a hamstring injury, but head coach Jay Gruden said Quinn should be fine.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn is expected to replace WR Jamison Crowder in the slot, according to head coach Jay Gruden. 'But I'm ready to watch Trey Quinn jump in that slot role and dominate the position,' Gruden said. 'I'm excited for him.'
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said he's "excited for" wide receiver Trey Quinn in the slot in 2019. The slot position will be Quinn's to lose in training camp after Jamison Crowder left in free agency this offseason. The 23-year-old Quinn played in just three games in his rookie season due to injury and had nine grabs for 75 yards and one touchdown. If he wins the job outright and develops some chemistry with new quarterback Case Keenum, Quinn might be a sleeper candidate in deeper fantasy formats. It sounds like the coaching staff is ready to give him every chance to succeed going into his second year.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn could serve as the starting slot receiver next year, according to head coach Jay Gruden. 'We feel great about Trey Quinn's progress last year, even though he got hurt a little bit,' Gruden said.