When he's played, Campbell has exhibited proof of being a potentially good slot receiver. The problem? He hasn't played much -- just 15 games over three seasons. It's hard to take the Colts seriously when they speak of Campbell contributing, which is why he's nothing more than a low-end, late-round flier in PPR drafts. Odds are you'll be able to add Campbell off waivers if he stays on the field and sees meaningful targets on a weekly basis from Matt Ryan.
Campbell is essentially free in fantasy leagues…and it’s easy to see why.
He enters a contract year with serious durability concerns and zero track record of pro production.
Now, the Colts’ depth chart gives him one more chance at contributing. But he’s not someone to depend on right away, making him more of an end-of-roster best ball pick.
Parris Campbell has found it challenging to play a full season due to a series of injuries that have derailed his progress, experience, and fantasy success. On one hand the speedy, versatile Campbell has an excellent skill set that mimics what we've seen from Curtis Samuel, with perhaps better feet. However, injuries to his knee, foot, ankle, and head may have some lasting effects on his ability to return to 100% form. At the tender age of 24 Campbell has plenty to offer, he just needs to catch a break and shed the injury prone label. He has a good chance to be the Colts primary slot receiver in 2022 with the only competition coming from veterans Keke Coutee and Ashton Dulin.