Trent Taylor

Trent Taylor Fantasy

Healthy
Height / Weight
5'8" / 180 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 30, 1994 (26)
Experience
4th Season
Drafted
2017 / Rd. 5 / Pk. 177 (SF)
College
Louisiana Tech

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Trent Taylor News

Trent Taylor In Line For Bounce-Back Season?

The Athletic's Matt Barrows believes that San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Trent Taylor is the favorite to finish third in receptions in 2020 behind tight end George Kittle and receiver Deebo Samuel. Taylor missed the entire 2019 campaign with a Jones fracture in his foot, which is the same injury that Samuel is recovering from right now. The 26-year-old has 69 receptions for 645 yards and three touchdowns in 29 games over his two seasons in San Francisco, but he'll have the opportunity to carve out a starting role this year, especially if Samuel isn't ready for Week 1. The 49ers apparently expect Taylor to be a big part of the offense, too, but fantasy owners will want to see it before they believe it. Rookie Brandon Aiyuk, Kendrick Bourne, Jalen Hurd, Dante Pettis and Richie James will also be fighting for playing time.

Jul. 2nd • 11:23 AM
Trent Taylor Running Routes

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Trent Taylor (foot) has been sprinting, cutting and catching passes from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo while the team waits for the green light to return to their practice facilities. Taylor missed all of 2019 with a foot injury, but he's been part of a group of receivers running routes for Garoppolo in the Bay Area in recent weeks. Others include Jalen Hurd, Shawn Poindexter, Dante Pettis and Kendrick Bourne. Despite missing all of last year, Taylor could be the team's slot man if he proves his health this summer. While he might not be quite ready for football action at the moment, there's still time for him to get up to speed. He'll be a post-injury sleeper late in deep PPR leagues.

Jun. 3rd • 12:48 PM
49ers Expect Big Things From Trent Taylor, Jalen Hurd

The San Francisco 49ers expect big things from wide receivers Trent Taylor and Jalen Hurd in 2020. Both Taylor and Hurd missed all of the 2019 season with injuries, but general manager John Lynch has said that Hurd is back to working out and is on pace to make an impact this year. He is expected to be used in a variety of roles and positions, while Taylor's main impact will come in the slot if he can move past his foot injury. Deebo Samuel and Kendrick Bourne are the only returners that played an offensive role in 2019, while San Fran just drafted Brandon Aiyuk in the first round. Taylor and Hurd can be effective, but it's unlikely they'll be consistent fantasy weapons while competing with others like Richie James, Dante Pettis and Travis Benjamin.

Apr. 27th • 7:30 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Jimmy Garoppolo
Nick Mullens
RB Jerick McKinnon
JaMycal Hasty
LWR Deebo Samuel
Trent Taylor
RWR Brandon Aiyuk
Richie James Jr.
SWR Kendrick Bourne
Dante Pettis
TE George Kittle
Ross Dwelley
LT Trent Williams
Justin Skule
LG Laken Tomlinson
Colton McKivitz
C Ben Garland
Hroniss Grasu
RG Daniel Brunskill
Tom Compton
RT Mike McGlinchey
LDE Arik Armstead
Dion Jordan
LDT Javon Kinlaw
Kevin Givens
RDT D.J. Jones
Kentavius Street
RDE Kerry Hyder Jr.
Alex Barrett
SAM Dre Greenlaw
MIKE Fred Warner
Azeez Al-Shaair
WILL Kwon Alexander
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles
LCB Emmanuel Moseley
Ken Webster
SS Jaquiski Tartt
Marcell Harris
FS Jimmie Ward
Tarvarius Moore
RCB Ahkello Witherspoon
Jason Verrett
K Robbie Gould