Drake London

WR, Atlanta Falcons

Height 6'4" Weight 213
DOB 2001-07-24 Age 21.0
College USC

2022 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 146 · WR # 60 (Tier 8)
ADP (12-team PPR): 10.10, 123rd

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 8
58Michael Gallup, DAL926.410.0410.2
59Josh Palmer, LAC822.85.4
60Drake London, ATL1421.010.10
61Rondale Moore, ARI1322.214.037.4
62Romeo Doubs, GB1422.314.01
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Update On Drake London Expected On Saturday

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London (knee) is anticipated to undergo further testing after injuring his right knee during Friday's preseason matchup against the Lions. Although an update should come on Saturday, ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter provided some encouraging news, with a source indicating that "it is not a serious injury." The 2022 No. 8 overall pick is expected to have a prominent role in the offense. However, if London misses time during the regular season, it won't be good news for Marcus Mariota, who will be down one of his primary receiving options.

    Aug 12 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Ruled Out With Knee Injury

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London exited Friday's preseason game with a knee injury and will not return, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Fans will now have to hold their breath for the remainder of the game before we find out whether his absence is merely a precaution or if he's dealing with a more serious injury. The No. 8 pick out of USC had an impressive 24-yard catch and run on the Falcons' first drive of the game versus Detroit. He should be viewed as a WR3 in all formats and has plenty of upside, especially in dynasty leagues.

    Aug 12 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London, Tyler Allgeier Buried On First Depth Chart

    Atlanta Falcons rookie running back Tyler Allgeier was listed as the team's eighth running back on the first official depth chart of training camp, but not much should be read into it, as head coach Arthur Smith generally puts rookies on the back end of the depth chart at this stage of the preseason. Along with Allgeier, eighth overall pick Drake London was listed fifth at the wideout position behind KhaDarel Hodge, Geronimo Allison, Damiere Byrd and Auden Tate. London has been working with the first-team offense in camp, and it's fair to expect him to play a ton once the regular season begins. Allgeier has a realistic shot to become the No. 2 in his rookie season behind Cordarrelle Patterson and ahead of Damien Williams.

    Aug 9 · Source via Falcons Tyler Allgeier Drake London
  • Drake London Making Immediate Impact in Camp

    The Atlanta Falcons drafted wide receiver Drake London 8th overall in this year's draft, which was the highest for a receiver since Corey Davis in 2017. London was brought in to become a dominant No. 1 alpha in this offense and is already off to a great start. London utilized his size to overpower his teammate in the end zone for a nice touchdown catch, foreshadowing what the Falcons hope will be a regular occurrence in 2022. Although rookie wide receivers historically have taken time to establish themselves, there's been a recent trend of them bursting onto the seen in year one, which is very possible for London this season, making him an intriguing pick in your fantasy draft.

    Jul 31 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Is bigger better? Falcons continue to bring in tall pass-catchers

    Atlanta measures up in the height department after adding Drake London, Bryan Edwards and Auden Tate.

    May 19 · ESPN Falcons Bryan Edwards Drake London Auden Tate
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