Khalil Shakir
Wide ReceiverWR
Probable
Injury Lower Body
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Shakir’s numbers took a big jump in 2019, as he went from having only 10 receptions to 63, which led the Broncos. Those catches went for 872 yards and six touchdowns, which are good numbers, but not necessarily the kind of numbers that wow you in college football these days. This was with the Broncos having to start three different quarterbacks, though, including true freshman Hank Bachmeier. Stability under center would go a long way for Shakir, who is entering his junior season. Will Shakir be the top target for whoever ends up as the starter for the Broncos? That’s a question we don’t know the answer to yet. Read Past Outlooks
Progresses to individual drills
Lower Body
April 7, 2021
Shakir (lower body) is working in individual drills but will not scrimmage Saturday, Ron Counts of the Idaho Statesman reports.
ANALYSIS
It was planned that Shakir would be limited in spring after undergoing an offseason surgery. He is progressing to individual drills but Boise State is not yet ready to expose him to live contact. Shakir, when healthy, will be the key to the Boise State receiving corps in 2021.
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To be limited in spring
Lower Body
March 11, 2021
Shakir will be limited for spring practice after undergoing offseason surgery for a "lower half" injury, Ron Counts of the Idaho Statesman reports.
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Goes over century mark again
December 15, 2020
Shakir had eight carries for 105 yards on 11 targets Saturday against Wyoming.
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Held in check by Colorado State
November 14, 2020
Shakir caught four of nine targets for 47 yards and added 52 rush yards against Colorado State.
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Strong start continues
November 3, 2020
Shakir caught six of seven targets for 90 yards against Air Force.
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Explosive in opener
October 27, 2020
Shakir caught seven of 10 targets for 123 yards and two touchdowns against Utah State.
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