Alabama Wide Receiver Jerry Jeudy completed a successful minor knee surgery last week and although Nick Saban says there’s no timetable for his return, Jeudy believes he could be ready for the spring game. The WR position figures to be more important than normal for college fantasy football if, as many expect, Tagovailoa indeed takes over the QB position to lead a more-than-normal pass-heavy offense.
Jeudy seemed to be the leading candidate to become the team’s top WR which has played an important role in CFF over the Saban years. He faces talented competition with Henry Ruggs III and DeVonta Smith.
The minor injury has little to no impact on Jeudy who had a breakout performance in last year’s spring game. Whether Tagovailoa or Hurts wins the QB battle is more important to Jeudy’s fantasy success.