• Keenan Allen (WR) #13

    Keenan Allen
    ADP:Round: 2, Pick: 9
    Team:LA Chargers
    Ht / Wt:6'2" / 206 lb.
    Born:April 27, 1992
    Drafted:2013 / Rd. 3 (76)
    Draft Team:SD

    Injury Status - Week 18

    Not on injury report



    Shines with less volume

    Tuesday, January 29, 1:58 PM

    Allen (knee) finished the 2018 regular season with 97 catches for 1,196 yards and six touchdowns on 136 targets in 16 games, adding six catches for 112 yards and another score in two playoff appearances.


    Average Draft Position (ADP) Value

    February 18, 2019

    Keenan Allen's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football mock drafts. In recent drafts, Allen's current ADP is 2.09, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 9th pick of the 2nd round, and 21st selection overall.

    Data from fantasy football 12-team standard scoring average draft position data, based off of the latest fantasy football mock drafts.

    Recent drafts with Keenan Allen:

    Draft #DateFormatAllen's Draft Pick
    5815109 2/18/2019 Standard 26th
    5815016 2/18/2019 Standard 23rd
    5814910 2/18/2019 Standard 24th
    5814902 2/18/2019 Standard 19th
    5814708 2/18/2019 Standard 21st
    5814699 2/18/2019 Standard 22nd
    5814603 2/18/2019 Standard 24th
    5814506 2/18/2019 Standard 17th
    5814502 2/18/2019 Standard 22nd

    Players drafted after Keenan Allen:

    T.Y. Hilton WR IND 2.10
    Pat Mahomes QB KC 2.10
    Leonard Fournette RB JAX 2.10
    Derrius Guice RB WAS 2.11
    Adam Thielen WR MIN 2.11
    A.J. Green WR CIN 3.01
    Joe Mixon RB CIN 3.02
    Brandin Cooks WR LAR 3.03
    Travis Kelce TE KC 3.04
    Stefon Diggs WR MIN 3.06
    Dalvin Cook RB MIN 3.06
    Phillip Lindsay RB DEN 3.08
    Aaron Jones RB GB 3.10
    Zach Ertz TE PHI 3.11
    George Kittle TE SF 4.02

    Keenan Allen Biography

    Keenan Allen Biography

    Childhood and High School: Allen was born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. He attended high school at North Guilford and Grimsley, where Allen starred in football and track & field. The USA Today named him to their 2009 high school All-American team, and he was selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game, which honors the top high school players in the country. The highlight moment in the game for Allen was returning a punt and kickoff each for 33 yards. In track & field, Allen was an exceptional long-jumper, with his best jump going over 22 feet. Also, he competed in the 40-yard, 100-yard and 400-yard dash.


    Allen attended the University of California, Berkeley because they were one of the few schools to recruit him as a wide receiver. Most recruiting services graded Allen as a five-star defensive back in their national rankings. He elected to leave Cal after his junior season, Allen left as the school’s leading receiver with 205 catches for 2,570 yards and 17 touchdown receptions. Allen’s best season was his sophomore year, which had him catching 98 passes for 1.343 receiving yards.

    NFL Draft

    The San Diego Chargers selected Allen with the 76th overall pick in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He first came on the team’s radar after GM Tom Telesco attended the Cal/USC game in 2011. He came away impressed by his vertical jumping ability to catch the football. It didn't hurt that Allen has a career afternoon by catching 13 passes for 160 yards. Prior to the draft, Allen participated in Cal’s pro day, and his performance was quite disappointing. He ran a shocking 4.71 40 time that looked labored from the start. It wasn't a surprised that his draft stock took a definite plunge.

    2013 Season

    The Chargers offense desperately needed to replace Vincent Jackson, who left for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers via free agency. The coaching staff expected Allen to challenge for the position in training camp. He quickly developed chemistry with starting quarterback Philip Rivers, and together, they provided big passing afternoons in the regular season. Allen finished his rookie campaign with 71 receptions for 1,046 yards and eight touchdowns.

    2014 Season

    In the first quarter of his sophomore season,  Allen looked a bit tentative running his pass routes. The Chargers training staff felt nagging leg injuries contributed to his struggles on the field. Once, he gained some practice time, Allen took advantage of cover mistakes across the middle of the field for big yard plays. His breakout game came against the Jacksonville Jaguars as he caught 10 passes for 135 yards. Allen finished the year with 77 catches for 783 yards and four touchdowns.

    2015 Season

    Allen was emerging as one of the top wide receivers in the NFL, as no coverage scheme seems to faze him at all. In the season-opener, Allen tied Kellen Winslow’s franchise record of 15 receptions in one game. He was on pace to shatter the Chargers single-season mark in receptions and receiving yardage before suffering a season-ending kidney injury. In eight games, Allen caught 67 passes for 725 yards and four touchdowns. Here are his 2015 highlights.

    2016 Season

    Prior to training camp, the Chargers signed their talented receiver to a salary contract increase worth more than $44 million. High expectations were suddenly shattered when Allen suffered an ACL tear with a little over two minutes left in the first half of the season-opener. He finished the season on injured reserve for the third consecutive year. 


    Allen didn’t participate in the 2013 NFL Combine due to a posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) sprain that occurred in the regular season. In 2014, Allen missed the final two games of the regular season after sustaining a broken right collarbone against the Denver Broncos. In 2015, Allen suffered a season-ending kidney injury after catching a touchdown pass against the Baltimore Ravens. In the Chargers 2016 season-opener, Allen tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the final two minutes of the first half against the Kansas City Chiefs, and missed the remainder of the regular season.

    Personal Life

    Allen comes from an athletic family as he played at Cal with his half-brother Zach Maynard, who was a quarterback on the football team. Together, they combined for the longest (90 yards against the Washington Huskies) touchdown pass in school history. Allen’s cousin is Washington Redskins wide receiver Maurice Harris. Like most professional athletes, Allen has a twitter account @KEENAN_ALLEN.


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