The Cleveland Browns have some players who are severely underrated in the new Madden.
The preseason ratings for Madden 21 were released last week for the upcoming season. The Cleveland Browns have a talented roster and based on the ratings for the players, the Madden raters do not seem to disagree with that.
The Browns have three players over 90 overall in the game: Myles Garrett at 93, Nick Chubb at 92, and Odell Beckham Jr. at 91. Following those three are Austin Hooper at 89, Kareem Hunt at 87, and Denzel Ward at 86. These ratings seem fair and are a compliment to the core unit the Browns front office has built.
There are, however, some players whose ratings seem far too low for their talent and production. In this article we will get into the players who are underrated in the new Madden.
5. Jedrick Wills Jr., Offensive Tackle
Rookie offensive tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. is currently rated 73 overall for Madden 21. Although he is a rookie, that rating seems fairly low. Madden typically does not like to give rookies high ratings, but one could argue the 10th overall pick in the draft and one of the best tackle prospects in recent past could deserve a higher rating than 73.
For comparison, Madden has last year’s starting right tackle Chris Hubbard rated at 68, and Wills is viewed as a considerable upgrade over Hubbard. Wills should earn a rating of at least 75-76. Hopefully Wills shows great production this season and by the end of the year he will crack into the 80s for his Madden overall.