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Jameis Winston

Jameis Winston

Quarterback #3
ADP:Round: 10, Pick: 4
Team:Tampa Bay
Ht / Wt:6'4" / 231 lb.
College:Florida State
Born:January 6, 1994
Drafted:2015 / Rd. 1 (1)
Draft Team:TB

Outlook & Fantasy Value June 27, 2019

Jameis Winston's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football mock drafts. In recent drafts, Winston's current ADP is 10.04, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 4th pick of the 10th round, and 112th selection overall.

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Players Drafted Near Jameis Winston

Ito Smith RB ATL 10.07
Jacksonville Defense DEF JAX 10.07
LA Chargers Defense DEF LAC 10.09
Austin Ekeler RB LAC 10.09
Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT 10.10
Trey Burton TE CHI 10.10
DeSean Jackson WR PHI 10.10
Dede Westbrook WR JAX 10.11
James Washington WR PIT 10.12
Donta Foreman RB HOU 11.02
Devin Funchess WR IND 11.04
Curtis Samuel WR CAR 11.05
Josh Allen QB BUF 11.06
Delanie Walker TE TEN 11.06
Baltimore Defense DEF BAL 11.06
Golden Tate WR NYG 11.07
Jimmy Garoppolo QB SF 11.09
Keke Coutee WR HOU 11.09
Devin Singletary RB FA 11.09
Dak Prescott QB DAL 11.11
Cleveland Defense DEF CLE 11.12
Minnesota Defense DEF MIN 11.12
T.J. Hockenson TE DET 12.02
Anthony Miller WR CHI 12.03
Matt Breida RB SF 12.03

Jameis Winston Biography

Jameis Winston is currently a quarterback with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and one of the most celebrated, if controversial, players in the league. In high school, he was rated the best "dual-threat" quarterback in the nation and one who earned "Player of the Year" awards from Gatorade in his native Alabama. His high school team, Hueytown, won a state championship under him during his junior year. While deciding to attend Florida State University in 2012, the Texas Rangers professional baseball team drafted him out of high school, but he declined to concentrate on football and college baseball.

College Career

Though Winston played just two years before jumping to the NFL Draft, his career was huge. In his freshman year, he completed 257 passes for a completion percentage of 66.9 percent for an average of 10.6 yards. He threw for a shocking 4,057 yards while completing 40 touchdown passes and throwing only 10 interceptions. In spite of some personal controversy, Winston led FSU to a 13-0 regular season record and beat Auburn 34-31 in the title game - on his 20th birthday. He received that year's Heisman Trophy, at 19 the youngest player ever to do so.

His sophomore year of 2014 saw FSU remain strong, as they went 13-0 in the regular season. During this stretch, he earned 3,907 yards passing and had 25 touchdowns to 18 interceptions. His only slip occurred in the 2014 championship game against Oregon. Winston lost this game 59-20, his only college loss ever for a staggering 26-1 record. He entered the NFL Draft as the likely No. 1  View his highlights here.

NFL Draft

Winston's NFL combine numbers were solid, if not incredible. He earned a grade of 6.7 for his 40 time of 4.97, his vertical leap of 28.5 inches, and his broad jump of 103 inches. Scouts considered these numbers as irrelevant to his advanced ability to read pass windows and his skills as a large (6'4", 231 pounds) dual-threat as a running quarterback. As expected, he went first in the draft, being chosen over Marcus Mariota, the Oregon quarterback who had beaten him.

His salary was $23.35 million on a four-year contract. Due to his dual-sport abilities (as he was also a skilled FSU baseball player), his contract stated that he could not play any other sport. This prevented him from becoming a player like Bo Jackson who excelled in two professional sports.

NFL Career

In his 2015 rookie season, Winston made an immediate impact on Tampa Bay. The previous year, they had a paltry 2-14 record. Under Winston, who stated every game, they went 6-10. Winston completed 312 passes out of 535 for a completion rate of 58.3 percent. His yardage total was 4,042, while he threw for 22 touchdowns. His 15 interceptions that year were problematic, though proved his dual-threat status by rushing 54 times for 213 yards and six touchdowns.

His 2016 season was even stronger in every aspect. He brought Tampa Bay a 9-7 record and completed 345 passes out of 567 for a completion rate of 60.8 percent. He was just shy of 4,100 passing yards (4,090), while passing for 28 touchdowns. His interception rate did increase to 18 for the season, however. While his rushing dropped to 165 yards on 53 attempts for one touchdown, this was partially due to the improvement of Tampa Bay's running game. View his highlights here.

Personal Life

The controversial moments that seemed to hound Winston in college have disappeared as he settles into a professional role. Known as one of the most football-smart players in the league, his upside remains large. His Twitter account reveals a motivated and successful individual looking to help his team succeed.