Greg Dortch
Wide ReceiverWR
Wake Forest Demon Deacons
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Dortch was one of the great out-of-nowhere stories last season with 53 grabs for 722 yards and nine touchdowns in just eight games before suffering an abdominal injury from which he's fully recovered. He's undersized but is an absolute terror with the ball in his hands that can turn a screen into a huge gain. Dortch's skill set could be on greater display this year as he mostly runs high-percentage routes for easy completions, which will be key with Kendall Hinton replacing John Wolford at quarterback. Read Past Outlooks
Heading to NFL
WRWake Forest
December 24, 2018
Dortch announced via his personal Twitter that he will enter the 2019 NFL Draft.
ANALYSIS
The speedy playmaker out of Wake Forest will be an interesting case when it comes to his projection for the next level. In addition to being a special teams dynamo with two punt return touchdowns in 2018, Dortch is also a threat in the passing game. He caught 142 of 204 targets for 1,800 yards over 20 career games. The production is hard to argue with, and Dortch's open-field elusiveness and speed should play at the next level. The question comes with Dortch being able to win off the line and hold up over a full NFL season with a 5-foot-9, 170-pound frame. Still, Dortch has enough in his tool box to warrant being drafted, even if it's not until Day 3.
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Won't play in bowl game
WRWake Forest
Finger
December 21, 2018
Dortch (finger) will not play against Memphis in Saturday's Birmingham Bowl, Conor O'Neill of the Winston-Salem Journal reports.
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Status for bowl game unclear
WRWake Forest
Finger
December 14, 2018
Dortch injured his finger in the regular-season finale against Duke and has yet to practice, leaving his status for the bowl game unclear, Conor O'Neill of the Winston-Salem Journal reports.
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10 catches and touchdown
WRWake Forest
Leg
November 26, 2018
Dorth caught 10 passes for 124 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Duke.
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Limps off Saturday
WRWake Forest
Leg
November 17, 2018
Dortch exited Saturday's game after a kickoff due to an apparent left leg injury, Les Johns of 247 Sports reports.
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Another solid outing in Week 10
WRWake Forest
November 5, 2018
Dortch caught nine passes for 95 yards and a touchdown against Syracuse.
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