2. JuJu Smith-Schuster
Smith-Schuster isn’t the superstar he looked like after a breakout second season, but his floor is arguably the highest in this year’s WR class. Though entering his seventh season, the Chiefs free agent will be 26 for most of the 2023 season.
The only caveats with Smith-Schuster is that he’s banged up a lot, does most of his work out of the slot, and doesn’t catch a lot of touchdowns.
Would Dallas be better off signing a wideout who’s equally adept working inside and outside to get Lamb more reps in the slot? Potentially, but JuJu is fresh off playing a whopping 57.4 percent of his snaps out wide in KC.
In 2022, Smith-Schuster caught 78 balls for 933 yards and three touchdowns. He missed just one game due to injury, averaged an impressive 5.9 yards after the catch, and only dropped three passes across 97 targets. PFF projects him to sign a three-year deal worth $36 million and $24.5 million guaranteed.