Lawrence Cager
Wide ReceiverWR
Georgia Bulldogs
2019 Fantasy Outlook
Cager is an experienced wideout who comes to the Bulldogs as a graduate transfer. With Georgia's top five leaders in receiving yardage from a season ago gone, Cager has an opportunity to step right in and start. Cager is a huge target at 6-foot-5, and hauled in six touchdowns as a member of the Miami Hurricanes in 2018. Though Cager can be plagued by drops at times, he averaged 17.8 yards per catch last year en route to career highs across the board. Read Past Outlooks
Headed to Georgia
WRGeorgia
February 9, 2019
Cager announced Friday via his personal Twitter account that he's transferring to Georgia.
ANALYSIS
Cager decided to transfer from Miami after coach Mark Richt left the program, and he'll land with the Bulldogs, a team that's expected to be one of the best in the SEC if not all of college football. He snagged 21 catches for 374 yards and six touchdowns a season ago for the Hurricanes, and he'll be immediately eligible for the 2019 campaign assuming he graduates in the spring as expected. Cager will be yet another weapon at Jake Fromm's disposal.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Lawrence Cager
Spring Practice Preview: SEC
132 days ago
John McKechnie takes the spring practice previews down south with a look at the SEC. It's now or never for Georgia's Demetris Robertson after the Bulldogs lost three receivers to the NFL.
DraftKings College Football: Week 6 Picks
292 days ago
John McKechnie breaks down the Week 6 Main Slate on DraftKings, which is highlighted by the Red River Rivalry game between Texas and Oklahoma. Is Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger ready to leave his mark on one of college football's most storied rivalries?
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Cager was inconsistent throughout his sophomore season, logging 16 grabs for 237 yards (14.8 YPC) and three touchdowns through eight games. Despite this, he appears to be in line for an uptick in production as the No. 2 wideout behind Ahmmon Richards, especially with the graduation of Braxton Berrios, who accounted for 24 percent of Miami's receptions: Cager certainly has a chance to work his way into a similar role. The Hurricanes run a fairly balanced scheme (52.61 pass play percentage) which should provide Cager with ample chances to solidify himself as a reliable option at wideout. However, Jeff Thomas is a similarly talented wideout that will challenge Cager for the No. 2 role behind Richards.
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Leaving Miami
WRNo Current School
January 1, 2019
Cager informed Miami on Monday that he intends to transfer, a source told Brett McMurphy of Stadium Network.
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Team-high 22 yards in bowl
WRMiami
December 28, 2018
Cager caught one pass for a team-high 22 yards Thursday against Wisconsin in the Pinstripe Bowl.
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Team leading receiver, no touchdowns against Cavaliers
WRMiami
October 14, 2018
Cager caught three passes for a team-high 58 yards Saturday at Virginia.
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Two catches, two touchdowns in Week 4
WRMiami
September 23, 2018
Cager caught two passes for 43 yards and two touchdowns Saturday against Florida International.
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Touchdown for second straight week
WRMiami
September 15, 2018
Cager caught three passes for a season-high 67 yards and a touchdown Saturday at Toledo.
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