Greg Camarillo, WR, N/A
There is no 2012 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2011 profile:
2011 Outlook: Bye Week Fill-in
As is the case with Brian Hartline, Greg Camarillo's numbers for last season were respectable but not great from a fantasy perspective. In 16 games Greg caught 50 passes for 552 yards, but failed to find the end zone. These numbers were almost identical to 2008 when Greg played in 11 games pulling down 55 receptions for 613 yards. Because of his shortened 2008 season many believed Camarillo would have a very good year last season. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. Based on what we saw the past couple of years, I believe Greg is in for another mediocre season. If you're a Dolphins fan and need a Dolphins player on your roster and Greg is all that's left, then for it. Otherwise, there is no reason to look his direction on draft day.
Greg was traded to the Vikings, who are in dire need of receiver help with Rice out for what looks like at least half the season and Harvin suffering from migraines. If Harvin can't start week one then Camarillo will likely be the Vikings' second receiver. With Harvin on the field Greg will likely play the slot. Either way, it's likely we'll see better numbers from Greg in a Vikings uniform than we would have in a Dolphins one. However, seeing as his role in the offense is still unclear, his groin injury and the fact he may only be this high on the depth chart for half the season, it is hard for me to believe Greg will be anything but a backup on most fantasy teams.Last updated on Aug-27-2010 by Chris Weeks
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