Hunter Renfrow

Hunter Renfrow Fantasy

1 53rd
241 49th
1.0 23rd
Height / Weight
5'10" / 185 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
December 21, 1995 (24)
2nd Season
2019 / Rd. 5 / Pk. 149 (LV)

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Hunter Renfrow A Bench Option In Week 5

Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow has back-to-back weeks of at least five catches and 50 yards but will have a tough test in Week 5 against the Chiefs. The Chiefs currently rank first against opposing wide receivers. Renfrow may also see a decline in snap count with rookie wide receiver Henry Ruggs III (knee/hamstring) likely returning to the lineup on Sunday. Renfrow has seen 17 targets over the past two games but it is reasonable to expect that number to drop this week. The Chiefs have a below average run defense, so the Raiders will likely try and establish the run early with Josh Jacobs. Renfrow is probably best suited on the bench this week.

Oct. 9th • 1:19 PM
Hunter Renfrow Has 57 Receiving Yards In Loss

Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow caught five passes for 57 yards on eight targets in a Week 4 loss against the Bills. Renfrow was a possible flex option in deeper leagues coming into the week, and he had a decent performance. Back-to-back weeks of at least eight targets is mainly due to injuries to Henry Ruggs III and Bryan Edwards, but it is encouraging nonetheless. His snap count has increased every week, and he has shown that he can be productive if he is more involved in the offense. Renfrow had just four catches for 30 yards on eight targets in one contest against the Chiefs last season. He will match up against them in Week 5, and he could be a flex option if Ruggs and Edwards are still unable to go.

Oct. 5th • 11:51 AM
Hunter Renfrow A Possible Starting Option In Week 4

Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow had a solid Week 3, catching six passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. Renfrow will have another good opportunity to see targets this week against the Bills with the absence of fellow wide receivers, Henry Ruggs III and Bryan Edwards. The Bills also have a good secondary, and it will be tough for the Raiders to score over the top. This means Renfrow's high amount of snaps in the slot will be valued, and Derek Carr will likely look at him and Darren Waller fairly often. Renfrow has seen an increase in snap counts in each of the last two weeks, and it is reasonable to expect another increase with injuries to his fellow wide receivers. Renfrow's small sample size of productivity is a reason to be wary, but he has flex potential in deeper leagues this week.

Oct. 2nd • 11:09 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Derek Carr
Marcus Mariota
RB Josh Jacobs
Jalen Richard
LWR Hunter Renfrow
Nelson Agholor
RWR Henry Ruggs III
Zay Jones
SWR Bryan Edwards
Rico Gafford
TE Darren Waller
Jason Witten
LT Kolton Miller
Brandon Parker
LG John Simpson
Patrick Omameh
C Rodney Hudson
Andre James
RG Gabe Jackson
RT Denzelle Good
Trent Brown
LDE Clelin Ferrell
Arden Key
LDT Maurice Hurst
Johnathan Hankins
RDT Maliek Collins
RDE Maxx Crosby
Carl Nassib
SLB Nick Kwiatkoski
Kyle Wilber
MLB Nicholas Morrow
Raekwon McMillan
WLB Cory Littleton
LCB Isaiah Johnson
SS Johnathan Abram
Jeff Heath
FS Erik Harris
Dallin Leavitt
RCB Trayvon Mullen
Keisean Nixon
NB Lamarcus Joyner
Amik Robertson
K Daniel Carlson
Dominik Eberle