Marvin Harrison Jr. Fantasy Stats

#18 WR  |  Arizona Cardinals
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'4"  /  205 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Aug 11, 2002 (21)
Experience
Drafted 2024  /  Rd. 1  /  Pk. 4   (ARI)
College Ohio State

Season Stats

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
SEASON TEAM GP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS/G FPTS
Career

Cardinals Depth Chart

QB

Kyler Murray

Desmond Ridder

RB

James Conner

Trey Benson

Michael Carter

Emari Demercado

DeeJay Dallas

LWR

Marvin Harrison Jr.

Zach Pascal

RWR

Michael Wilson

Chris Moore

SWR

Zay Jones

Greg Dortch

Tejhaun Palmer

Andre Baccellia

TE

Trey McBride

Tip Reiman

Elijah Higgins

LT

Paris Johnson Jr.

Kelvin Beachum

LG

Isaiah Adams

Elijah Wilkinson

C

Hjalte Froholdt

Evan Brown

RG

Will Hernandez

Trystan Colon

RT

Jonah Williams

Christian Jones

FS

Budda Baker

Dadrion Taylor-Demerson

LDE

Darius Robinson

Ben Stille

BJ Ojulari

RDE

L.J. Collier

Xavier Thomas

Myles Murphy

LOLB

Zaven Collins

BJ Ojulari

Markus Bailey

ROLB

Dennis Gardeck

Victor Dimukeje

Jesse Luketa

LCB

Max Melton

Starling Thomas V

SS

Jalen Thompson

Andre Chachere

RCB

Sean Murphy-Bunting

Elijah Jones

NB

Garrett Williams

Jaden Davis

Marvin Harrison Jr. News

Marvin Harrison Jr.  • WR  •  Cardinals

Marvin Harrison Jr. Has Been Early Standout

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. has been impressive throughout OTAs and mandatory minicamp. As expected, Harrison has emerged as the top option in the wide receiver room. This comes as no shock given his talent and the fact the Cardinals selected him as the 4th overall pick in this year's draft. The rookie wideout has reportedly had no issues with picking up the Cardinals playbook. The expectation is that he'll be the unquestioned top target for quarterback Kyler Murray. The hype is real as Harrison has risen to the early second round in many 2024 fantasy drafts.
Jun 21   
Marvin Harrison Jr.  • WR  •  Cardinals

Jonathan Gannon Praises Marvin Harrison Jr.'s Work Ethic

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. was the No. 4 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. He's also the son of a Hall of Fame receiver who dominated while catching passes from Peyton Manning in the early 2000s. However, his last name and draft status have not made him complacent, according to head coach Jonathan Gannon. "He's extremely detailed. He does a lot of extra, probably too much," Gannon said. "I love extra work but you gotta be smart...you can't go seven days in a row." While Gannon is correct, Harrison Jr.'s work ethic is a great sign this early in his career. The 2023 Biletnikoff Award winner is expected to be a true No. 1 wide receiver from the jump, and fantasy managers are expecting a WR1 campaign in fantasy football as a rookie. Outside of tight end Trey McBride, his competition for targets is on the weaker side, so he should earn a respectable target share and provide spike weeks in 2024.
Jun 3   
Marvin Harrison Jr.  • WR  •  Cardinals

Cardinals Sign Marvin Harrison Jr. To Rookie Deal

The Arizona Cardinals signed wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. to his rookie deal on Thursday, the team announced on X. The deal includes $35.37 million over four years and a $22.5 million signing bonus. All money is guaranteed. The No. 4 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft is viewed as one of the best wide receiver prospects of all time, and he's expected to be a true No. 1 wide receiver for Kyler Murray from the jump. Harrison Jr. caught 144 passes for 2,474 yards and 28 touchdowns in his final two seasons at Ohio State and took home the 2023 Fred Biletnikoff Award, which is given to college football's most outstanding receiver each season. Despite having yet to play an NFL snap, Harrison Jr. is being selected as a top-ten fantasy wide receiver in high-stakes FFPC drafts.
May 23   
Marvin Harrison Jr.  • WR  •  Cardinals

Cardinals Stick At No. 4 And Draft Marvin Harrison Jr.

The Arizona Cardinals selected Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. with the fourth overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft on Thursday night. With no other team trading up with the Cardinals to make it four straight quarterbacks in a row to start this year's draft, the Cardinals will give QB Kyler Murray a big-time new receiving weapon in Harrison. It makes sense after the team lost Marquise Brown this offseason. Harrison is an absolute stud at the position and should immediately be Arizona's best wideout in his rookie year alongside names like Michael Wilson, Greg Dortch and Chris Moore. Harrison was a unanimous two-time All-American and scored 28 total touchdowns the last two years. He's bigger than his father and has incredible body control. Harrison should be fantasy relevant in Year 1 while being peppered with targets by Murray.
Apr 26   
Marvin Harrison Jr.  • WR  •  Chargers

Chargers A Candidate To Draft Marvin Harrison Jr.

The Los Angeles Chargers are an obvious candidate to swing big at the wide receiver position in this year's NFL draft after trading away Keenan Allen and cutting Mike Williams this offseason, which is why The Athletic's Bruce Feldman is predicting the Bolts take Ohio State wideout Marvin Harrison Jr. with the fifth overall pick. The 6-foot-3, 208-pound Harrison checks every box and is the consensus top receiver in this class with good length, strength, burst, polish and competitiveness. The 21-year-old is the most complete of any receiver to come out of Ohio State in the last decade, which is saying something, and he'd have immediate weekly starting potential for fantasy football managers if quarterback Justin Herbert was throwing to him in Year 1. Harrison is one of two players in this draft that Feldman would say is the closest to a "sure thing."
Apr 6   
Marvin Harrison Jr.  • WR  •  Cardinals

Cardinals Host Marvin Harrison Jr. On A Visit Friday

The Arizona Cardinals hosted Ohio State star wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. on a top-30 visit on Friday, according to a source. The Cardinals hold the fourth overall pick in this year's NFL draft, and Harrison is widely considered to be at the top of the receiver class in 2024. Arizona is a prime candidate to trade down early in the first round for the second year in a row, but if they stand pat, adding the top receiver in this year's class would be tempting to give quarterback Kyler Murray a top target moving forward. If Harrison were to land in the desert, he'd instantly become the team's No. 1 pass-catcher among a receiving corps that currently includes Michael Wilson, Chris Moore and Greg Dortch. The 21-year-old's fantasy value will depend on where he lands, but most likely he'll be in play in weekly lineups in his rookie campaign.
Apr 5   

Marvin Harrison Jr. Won't Work Out At Pro Day

Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., who is the consensus top receiver prospect in this year's NFL draft, will not work out at his school's pro day on Wednesday. Harrison also chose not to participate in this year's NFL scouting combine in February in Indianapolis. He likely believes is college tape is the best things for teams to use to evaluate him for the upcoming draft, which is probably true. Running a slow 40-yard dash time could allow the other top-tier receivers in this year's draft to compare more favorably next to Harrison. As of right now, the 21-year-old wideout is projected to come off the board fourth overall to the Arizona Cardinals next month. Regardless of where Harrison lands, he should immediately be in play for fantasy managers in his rookie season in 2024.
Mar 20   

Marvin Harrison Jr. Chooses To Skip Combine

Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. has decided to skip the NFL scouting combine altogether this week. Harrison is the consensus top receiver prospect for the upcoming NFL draft. The 21-year-old is also without an agent, and he's not expected to do any testing at Ohio State's pro day in March, either. Barring something drastic happening in the next month, it would be a surprise if Harrison falls outside of the first five picks in this year's NFL draft. His final landing spot in the draft will play a big factor in Harrison's fantasy value in his rookie season, but even if he ends up in a less-than-ideal situation, he should have significant upside and a starting role right away in 2024.
Feb 26   
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