One WFT Rookie Turning Heads at Training Camp

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One rookie has been turning heads at Washington Football Team training camp.
One rookie has been turning heads at Washington Football Team training camp. / Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images

As training camps around the NFL continue, the Washington Football Team is hoping that they can bring last season's success over to the 2021 campaign. One player that they're hoping will help them do that is rookie wide receiver Dyami Brown. Washington used a third-round pick at the 2021 NFL Draft on him, so it's safe to say that they expect him to become an everyday contributor one day.

Fortunately, it looks like that day maybe sooner than later because Brown has been turning heads at training camp, according to NFL draft analyst Jordan Reid.

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Brown was an absolute stud over his last two seasons with the North Carolina Tar Heels. He suited up in 23 games over the span, catching 106 balls for 2,133 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns. His efforts in 2020 earned him both first-team All-ACC and third-team All-American honors, which goes to show how his talents were noticed by the college football world.

If Brown's play at training camp continues, he could earn himself a prominent role in Washington. Veteran wideout Curtis Samuel, who just signed with WFT over the offseason, is already dealing with injuries and has no timetable for his return. Brown could be the next man up if Samuel's injury troubles flare up in the regular season.

WFT has +260 odds to win its division in 2021-22, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

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