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Fresh Meat: Pre-NFL Draft Rankings – Top 20 Rookies

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Position Specs Quick Hits
Dalvin Cook


RB1 5’10/210 4.49 40 but plays faster, do it all back including yards after contact and ability to catch downfield, has been my one overall since I started this and still there
Leonard Fournette


RB2 6’0/240 4.51 40, looks for contact, better hands on film than others give him credit for, Runs too high for my liking but has the size to withstand
Mike Williams


WR1 6’4/218 4.59 40, doesn’t need to burn guys to get open, high points as good as any in this draft, big catch radius and redzone threat immediately
Christian McCaffery


RB3 5’11/202 Lowest 3 cone time in almost 10 years (6.57), Only 3 fumbles in 672 touches in last two years, ball never hit the ground at the combine
Corey Davis

Western Michigan

WR2 6’3/209 Arguably the best WR in the class, made amazing catches but has concentration drops too, helped himself by not running at the combine
Joe Mixon


RB4 6’1/228 Seems some NFL teams are not scared away, If you took him one overall I can understand, pro day comps to Leveon Bell, so that’s good
OJ Howard


TE1 6’5/251 4.51 40, better agility than a lot of RBs and WRs, set it and forget it player for your dynasty team starting week 1 for 10+ years
Curtis Samuel

Ohio State

RB/WR 5’11/196 Only player at OSU with 1,000 yards in both receiving and rushing, the kind of player fantasy teams should look to acquire, better Tavon Austin
Samjae Perrine


RB5 5’11/233 Strong as an Ox(most bench reps of the RBs), don’t be surprised if he gets to a 1,000 rushing yards as a rookie, this guy will produce
John Ross


WR3 5’11/188 Yes we know about the speed but better route runner than given credit for, injury concerns are legit. Will his frame hold up?
Cooper Kupp

Eastern Wash.

WR4 6’2/204 Slot PPR monster, creates separation with crisp route running and great hands, TDs in 42 of 52 games, Jarvis Landry-white I mean light but with TD production
Zay Jones

East Carolina

WR5 6’2/201 4.45 40, all-around athlete out of the slot, college offense was setup for him to succeed, will need the right team for him to be worth WR5 position
Carlos Henderson

Louisiana Tech

WR6 5’11/199 4.46 40, better in the slot but can play outside, might need a year to breakout but will be worth it if you are willing
D’onta Foreman


RB6 6’0/233 4.45 40 at pro day, 1 year wonder, Lots of Boom/Bust depending on landing spot, I have bought in at this point
Chris Godwin

Penn State

WR7 6’1/209 4.42 40, checks all the boxes, can see landing spot moving him into round one of your draft, most movement post combine of the Wrs
Alvin Kamara


RB7 5’10/214 4.56 40, needs to be a complimentary back, can’t trust him to hold up with big workload, think poor mans Gio Bernard
Kareem Hunt


RB8 6’0/216 4.62 40, don’t sleep on this guy, he won’t go this high in your draft but he should.  Small school sure but he’s a do it all back.
David Njoku


TE2 6’4/246 4.64 40, roof is the ceiling for this guy, very raw but only 20 years old.  Laugh if he makes it to the 3rd round of your draft.
JuJu Smith-Schuster


WR8 6’2/218 4.54 40, going to break the mold of USC WR failures? Youngest WR in the class so be patient if you draft him.
Taywan Taylor

Western Kentucky

WR9 5’11/203 Maybe the biggest steal in the 2nd round, 2 short of 100 receptions in his senior year, over 1700 yards oh and 17 TDS

Written: Jason Soukup – Twitter: FL2drinkminimum or more often found on The Fantasy Life app @2drinkminimum in Clock Dodgers chat.


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