I don’t know if picking hurns counts as a strategy.
Just don’t view him as a high upside guy. I’ll take the WR2/3 of the high powered offense over the WR1abcd on a mediocre offence all day.
Agree that offensive line has some stuff to figure out, but teams at least have to respect the passing game. Whoever wins out that backfield is going to be very valuable cause they’re going to see the goal line work. Especially if they can also catch, which wilkins can.
Will have to disagree on the point about murky backfields. I play plenty of 10 man leagues, and that’s where you find the league winning upside RBs from because that’s how you get them cheap. If you wait for it to be defined, then you’re paying full value for it. I just trust the research and the process and go with my gut. Am wrong plenty but also hit often enough to make it more than worth it.
Hurns, is not going to be a league winner. Honestly just view that entire receiving corps as a murky group to put it in your own words. Strong likelihood no one emerges of any fantasy relevance of worth. I don’t view him as anywhere close to a league winner.
If Wilkins hits, you can immediately flip him to upgrade your starters cause RBs are just more valuable commodities than mediocre WRs. Like you said, you’re not starting any of them anyway, so why not pick up the guy who you’ll know what you have after 1-2 weeks and just drop them for someone else if it doesn’t work out. With Hurns, you’re not going to know anything until farther into the season.