Veteran Help is Hard to Find!

Veteran Help is Hard to Find
Chris Robin

Good help is hard to find! In today’s day and age even people working aren’t doing their jobs! What can we do? Not much but I do have some advice! All we can do is concentrate on our own attitudes. Mind our own business and do the best we can!

Every season the excitement for rookies grow larger. Rightfully so especially if you’re in a dynasty league! What about the already proven players? Veteran guys already in the league playing well?

If you’ve played fantasy sports as long as I have you get to know your league and the team managers well. Even if you have taken an orphaned team over in a league full of strangers it’s always the same! Certain owners fill certain criteria. There is always an owner(s) who love a crafty vet! There is always an owner(s) who loves just rookies! There is always an owner(s) who is always rebuilding. There is always an owner who has held the league hostage by dominating for years on end. There is always an owner(s) who is always in rebuild mode. There is always an owner(s) who is perpetually stuck in last place.

Have I checked all the boxes here? The point of this long winded explanation is to discuss and/or mention some veterans that can still help our teams!

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Kirk Cousins – Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins

Many people bashed Cousins early last year for throwing the ball so few times per game. Now he’s entering 2020 as a late round QB with a consistent floor that can make for a strong backup or even starter if you like to wait until the end of the draft to scoop up a QB.

Teddy Bridgewater – Carolina Panthers

Carolina Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater

When I hear people doubt Bridgewater, I challenge them to go look at the Saints box scores in 2019 and guess which weeks Brees was out (Seriously, try it!). Bridgewater is finally back in a starting job on a team that sustained a fantasy relevant offense behind Kyle Allen. Now with the Panthers intending to dial back CMC and signing former Jets WR Robby Anderson, Bridgewater has all of the toys needed to succeed.

Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger

Running Back

Raheem Mostert – San Francisco 49ers

San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert

Did you know Mostert is already 28? I didn’t. It goes to show that despite his age, Mostert is more than capable of breaking out at a relatively late age for an RB. With low mileage and an RBBC backfield to lower his injury risk, Mostert is a vet you want on your team this year.

Leonard Fournette – Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette

Until recently, I think myself and many others viewed Fournette in that run-only category with the likes of Derrick Henry and Marlon Mack. However, he quietly put together a 76 catch season in 2019. His long-term future in Jacksonville is uncertain, but he’s back at least for this year, so trust him until given a reason not to.

Mark Ingram – Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram

Melvin Gordon – Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos RB Melvin Gordon III

Le’Veon Bell – New York Jets

New York Jets RB Le’Veon Bell

Wide Receiver

Marvin Jones Jr. – Detroit Lions

Detroit Lions WR Marvin Jones Jr.

If you’re like me and don’t like paying the early-round price for a lions receiver like Golladay, Jones should be on your radar. When catching passes from a healthy Stafford in 2019, Jones was averaging 14.6 PPR Points per Game, making him a great option for a weekly flex. Team WR2s can be very appealing for their later-round discount, and Jones is no exception.

Robert Woods – Los Angeles Rams

Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods

While arguably not the best fantasy WR on the Rams, that debate grants him a discount with an ADP one round later than teammate Cooper Kupp. Even when the Rams sustained 3 fantasy relevant WRs when Brandin Cooks was on the team, Woods was a must-own target hog. With Cooks gone, his floor gets an even bigger bump due to the vacated targets.

Emanuel Sanders – New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints WR Emmanuel Sanders

Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald

T.Y. Hilton – Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton

Tight End

Jared Cook – New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints TE Jared Cook

Cook put together a strong campaign in 2019 totalling 9 touchdowns on the year and only posting one week below 11 PPR points in the final 8 games of the season. Despite being joined by pass-catcher Emmanuel Sanders, the touchdown upside and established role in the offense makes Cook an ideal veteran in 2020.

Jack Doyle – Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle

Ebron is finally out of Indianapolis, and Doyle now gets his chance to be the lead TE in a pass heavy offense. Doyle should have a safe floor regardless of the quarterback with Rivers’ history throwing to Antonio Gates and Hunter Henry, and Brissett sustaining work for Ebron and Doyle in 2019. With Doyle by himself, the sky could be the limit.

Eric Ebron – Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers TE Eric Ebron

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2020 Deep Dive Rookie DB’s

2020 Deep Dive DB’s
David Reed

This years draft class at corner is a fun one to scout. After the top two corners, you can make a case for three or four different prospects that could be corner #3. Below are my personal top 10 prospects in this years draft.

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Jeffery Okudah – Ohio State 6-1 200

Ohio State DB Jeff Okudah

– Great at man coverage
– Quick feet and good hips
– Overall great athlete
– Plus body control
– Aggressive against routes
– Recovery speed
– Willing tackler

– Use his hands more in press
– Can still drag tackle than wrap up and drive
– Still room to learn and grow in zone coverage

Okudah is the best corner in this class. He can be placed 1 on 1 with WR’s and will more than likely win. He is good at zone but can learn to develop a bit more there but you are still fine with him out there in a zone scheme.

C.J. Henderson – Florida 6-1 202

Florida DB C.J. Henderson

– Great athlete
– Recovery speed
– Patients in man coverage, stays squared to the WR
– Plays the ball well in the air
– Effective blitzer
– Trust his technique
– Good in zone coverage
– Smooth hips and awareness
– Was used to match other teams top WR all game

– Reluctant tackler in the run game
– Intentionally taken wider angles to avoid contact
– Has pulled up on plays to not make a hit
– Learn to get of blocks a bit more

Henderson is now rising from a mid first to maybe a top 10 pick. His coverage skills are amazing. With his size, speed and ability to play man and zone. His main knock is not wanting to tackle in the run game. He needs to toughen up in terms of helping there but a team could be getting a future lock done CB here.

Jeffery Gladney – TCU 6-0 183

TCU DB Jeffrey Gladney

– Quick footwork
– Change of direction is fast and fluid
– Smooth hips
– Sudden response and great body control
– Explosive plant and drive ability (closing speed)
– Recovery speed
– Can work outside and slot
– Competitive player and tackler
– Calm with ball in the air. Finds it and reacts/adjusts

Cons :
– Route anticipation in zone can improve
– Stronger on Jams at the line
– Though measured at 6 foot, seems he is missing that size to stop a catch at times

– Gladney is a mid to late first round corner that a team will be happy to snag. He has quick feet and ability to play man and zone. Outside and in the slot. He is competitive and tough as a player who need to become a bit stronger but has the making to be a teams #1 CB!

Kristian Fulton – LSU 6-0 200

LSU DB Kristian Fulton

– Man coverage skills
– Patients and balance in coverage
– Leverage and Manipulates routes
– Competitive and attacks the ball
– Never seems panicked
– Can play both man and zone
– Clean footwork

– Improve as a run defender
– Ankle tackler
– Play off contact better
– Missed 2017 due to tampering a NCAA drug test
– Bad in national champ game

Once a top recruit out of high-school and now on of the top corners in the 2020 draft. Fulton has a natural feel on the field. He has the ability to play man and zone and his ability to stay calm against passes is a plus. He needs to improve as a tackler but can be a solid corner for a teams future.

Trevon Diggs – Alabama 6-2 207

Alabama DB Trevor Diggs

– Great in zone coverage
– Shows ability to play man and crowd routes
– Decent pop to jam WAS at the line
– Patient footwork
– Stays calm
– Fluid athlete for size and length at corner

– Tackling
– Still learning position (former WR)
– Ball skills with his back to the ball arnt great
– Needs to get head around and locate the ball better
– Can try to get over aggressive on jams and get beat at the line

Diggs shows a lot of promise at Corner but still raw. He offers great length and athletic ability for the position. He’s best at zone now but shows ability to develop into a solid man coverage player. He’s a fringe 1st with great upside.

A.J. Terrell – Clemson 6-1 190

Clemson DB A.J. Terrell

– Good athlete
– Pattern matching skills
– Quick feet
– Tight coverage
– Balance patients and hand usage in press
– Challenges the point of catch
– Good eyes to read back field
– Great range and arm length

– Average tackler (needs more power and better form)
– Can be a bit handsy down the field that could turn to penalties at the next level
– Baited a lot of QBs in college. Could hurt him in pros

Terrell is a long corner with good ability in man coverage. He will need to beef up a little and work on his tackling form but has the ability to be a great lock down corner.

Jaylon Johnson – Utah 6-0 190

Utah DB Jaylon Johnson

– Long athletic frame
– Loves being a physical presents at corner
– Good jamming ability
– Crowds the routes
– Won’t be bullied at the top of the routes
– Patients and good foot work
– Always attacks the ball
– Shows good ball skills

– Can get grabby down field
– Long speed
– Reading the backfield
– Can give to much cushion and gives up some un needed yards in screens
– Tackling form is sloppy and hesitant

Long frame that loves to play man coverage and bully the WR’s. He has the skills to lock down WR’s early but could struggle against a speed technician style WR if he gets beaten early. He will need to improve as a tackler and reading the backfield more.

Noah Igbinoghene – Auburn 5-11 200

Auburn DB Noah Igbinoghenee

– Great closing speed
– Works back to the ball
– Scrappy in press coverage
– Shows good balance, hand placement and body control to crowed at the line
– Good functional strength
– Plays through contact
– Works through blocks and willing tackler in run game
– Kick return ability (27.3 Yard per Kick Return)

– Only a 2 year at the position (still learning the ins and outs)
– Processing and still calculating his decisions. Needs to feel more natural
– Track the ball better while defending
– Hands are average for a converted WR
– Tackle consistency (though willingness and doesn’t shy away)

What Noah has done in 2 years with a new position is outstanding against strong SEC competition. He is now considered a late 1st. More than likely mid 2nd round prospect at the position. Most of his negatives are more learning and growing pains. I think a team with a good DB coach Noah can accelerate his development and get a stud corner.

Damon Arnette – Ohio State 6-0 195

Ohio St. DB Damon Arnette

– Strong press cover corner
– Crowded and redirects the routes
– Balance and patients in his back pedal
– Anticipates breaks in routes
– Good hips and closing speed
– Can play zone
– Can play outside or slot

– Shows flashes but limited production making plays on the balls (INTs)
– Willing tackler for the most part but lacks ability to shed blocks
– Collapse quicker in off coverage zone
– Late bloomer

Arnette was a late bloomer playing his best ball this past year and was outstanding. He has generated some first round buzz and would not be shocked if selected in the first. I feel his grade is more Day 2 with upside to be a stud with his ability to play in mutilate schemes.

Bryce Hall – Virginia 6-1 200

Virginia CB Bryce Hall

– Good size and length for position
– Strong in press using his length
– Plays the zone
– Closing speed
– Makes plays on the ball
– Takes angles
– Wins 50/50 balls

– Lost a season due to broken ankle
– Delayed acceleration when he has to turn and go
– Struggles to stay with a receiver on complex routes
– Sure up the hands
– Inconsistent against run blocks and shedding them
– Improve tackling form

Hall is a good corner who can play zone and man. His size and length is what teams want in terms of crowding the WR. He attacks the ball well and can really excel in a zone scheme. He will lose some in man coverage if beaten. Lacking long speed. He’s a mid round corner with high upside.

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Rookie Profiles (Part 4)

Rookie Profiles (Part 4)
Ben Anderson
Bennie boy is back to drop part 4 of his rookie profile series!
If you missed Ben’s rookie profiles 1-4 look no further! Here they are!

Part 3

Lets get right into it! Part 4!

Van Jefferson, WR

Florida WR Van Jefferson

Best fit. Miami, Seattle, or Cincinnati

Player comparison- JuJu Smith Schuster

Jacob Eason, QB

Washington QB Jacob Eason

Best fit. Indianapolis, Chargers, Las Vegas

Player comparison- Matt Stafford

Jalen Hurts, QB

Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts

Best Fit, New Orleans, New England, Dallas

Player Comparison- Dak Prescott

KJ Hill, WR

Ohio State WR K.J. Hill

Best fits, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, or Jets

Player comparison- Jarvis Landry

Hunter Bryant, TE

Washington TE Hunter Bryant

Best fit, Jacksonville, Dallas, Baltimore

Player comparison- Evan Engram

Jake Fromm, QB

Georgia QB Jake Fromm

Best fits. Detroit, New Orleans, Tampa Bay

Player Comparison- Andy Dalton

Anthony McFarland, RB

Maryland RB Anthony MacFarland

Best fit. Detroit, Jets, or Jacksonville

Player Comparison- Jamaal Charles

Lynn Bowden, WR

Kentucky WR Lynn Bowden

Best fit. Green Bay, Tampa Bay, Chicago

Player Comparison- Randall Cobb

Quartney Davis, WR

Texas A&M WR Quartney Davis

Best Fit. Green Bay, Seattle, San Francisco

Player comparison- DeDe Westbrook

Devin Asiasi, TE

UCLA TE Devin Asiasi

Best fit. Jets, Pittsburgh, Miami

Player comparison- Dallas Goedert

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2020 Deep Dive Rookie TE’s

2020 Deep Dive Rookie TE’s
David Reed

2020 TE class is not the most talked about position this year but it has some good prospect that we should see being selected starting on Day 2!

If you missed it check out Davids Deep Dive Rookie WR’s article here!

Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet

Cole Kmet – Notre Dame 6-4 235

– Smooth release off the line
– Looks good coming out of a 3 point stance
– Can take a hit over the middle and keep the ball secured
– Can line up on the line or go out as a receiver
– Beats zone coverage
– Adjust to ball well
– Above average blocker

– Doesn’t have dynamic speed to make huge separation
– Not a big YAC
– Isnt immune to drops or double catches

Kmet seems to be the #1 TE on everyone’s boards. He is not the most athletic TE but runs good routes and smooth in his cuts finding a way to get open. He is big and strong enough to play on the line or out wide to help a scheme and team.

Dayton TE Adam Trautman

Adam Trautman – Dayton 6-5 250

– Strong effort as a blocker
– Fluid route runner
– Smooth acceleration
– Size and catch radius
– Wins contested catches
– Competitive after the catch

– Still new to the position (only started at TE in college)
– Allows a lot of contact on routes
– Technique development
– Weird timing when gearing down to on horizontal routes

Trautman is a high potential prospect. He is still raw but you see the upside he brings. He needs to continue to grow and develop his technique to become an elite TE.

Washington TE Hunter Bryant

Hunter Bryant – Washington 6-2 239

– Moves all over the line to be a mismatch
– Good route runner
– Excellent adjustments in zone
– Sets up routes well
– Enough speed to beat most LB and some Safeties
– Productive after the catch
– Tracks ball well over shoulder
– Adjusts to the ball
– Willing blocker

– Not an in-line style TE
– Smaller side for a TE
– A lot of free releases in Washington’s offense
– Can be more physical at the top of routes

Bryant is a great flex option TE that can move around and be a weapon. He is a solid route runner with good athleticism that teams will love to have as tool to use and develop game plans to put him in places to succeed.

Florida Atlantic TE Harrison Bryant

Harrison Bryant – Florida Atlantic 6-5 242

– Versatile receiving skills
– Can play in lines or flexed out
– Shows production after the catch
– Blocks in space/great effort as a blocker in general
– Natural ball skills
– Shows ability to make catches in traffic
– Strong hands

– Was he a product of scheme
– Not a special athlete
– Has some occasional focus drops
– Power is kind of lacking as an extra linemen blocking on the line(effort is there)
– Route running
– Developing his frame and body control to catch the ball at the best point of attack

Bryant shows the skills to be a versatile TE option at the next level. He projects more as a receiving threat and blocker in space on screens than a traditional in line blocker for power run plays. Right system and this kid could be a solid TE for years to come!

Purdue TE Bryce Hopkins

Bryce Hopkins – Purdue 6-4 241

– Smooth and fluid route runner
– Runs a strong route tree
– Shows good cuts on in and Out routes
– Adjust and finds holes in zone
– Tracks ball well
– Great effort and technic as an in-line blocker
– Shows ability to make some tough yards after catch

– Drop rate is concerning
– Overall strength as a blocker
– Struggles to go low for low ball
– Struggled to get open against man

Hopkins needs to show he can catch the ball more consistently at the next level and continue to build strength to handle edge rushers better from a strength side. His route running already is good and what teams will love. Against zone coverage he will find a way to hurt a defense.

LSU TE Thaddeus Moss

Thaddeus Moss – LSU 6-3 225

– Hands and ball skills are amazing
– Natural feel to track the ball
– Catches everything
– Physical at the top of his routes
– Shows power as a blocker to move bodies

– Average overall athlete
– Improve breaking on his cuts
– Lacks separation quickness
– Can be a non factor is knocked off route early

Son of legend Randy Moss. Thaddeus was given the gift of amazing hands like his father. However he did not get the athletic ability and speed like his Dad. This is what will limit Moss at the next level, his athletic ability to get open. He will go up and get balls in the redzone like a center in football and has the ability to catch anything thrown his way, but don’t expect to be getting a Kittle or Kelce with this kid.

Missouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam

Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri 6-5 255

– Great straight line speed for his size
– 23 of his 98 career catches were TDs
– Physical in the passing game
– Shows good body control
– Should have no issues bullying a nickel corner covering him

– Improve as a blocker and be consistent
– Needs to win more contested catches
– Straight line speed but lacks quickness in cuts
– Struggle to get separation on cut routes

For his size and speed you think wow this kid is something else. Last year he was considered a potential 1st round pick and first TE off the board this year but how things can change. He turned head with an impressive 40 at the combine showing his straight line speed but we see his struggle in his cuts though. He needs to improve as a blocker for his size and strength to be on the field at all times. He can be a threat down the field if a LB sleeps on his speed though.

Stanford TE Colby Parkinson

Colby Parkinson – Stanford 6-7 251

– Huge catch radius
– Tracks ball well
– Good hands
– Seam busting ability
– Lines up everywhere
– Strong perimeter blocker

– Did not work much in-line and does project the best as a run blocker
– Release out of stand is gradual and needs to gear up to speed
– Needs to be more physical against man coverage
– Not dangerous post catch
– Still room to grow as a route runner

Parkinson will line up anywhere for a team and has the catch radius and hands a QB can trust throwing the ball too. He is athletic enough to get open in his routes but more development will aid him to be a true threat. He needs to work in his blocking technique to be a threat there as well on the line.

Arkansas TE Cheyenne O’Grady

Cheyenne O’Grady – Arkansas 6-4 248

– Natural receiving skills
– Good hands
– Adjust well
– Alpha dog at the point of attack to catch ball
– Strong after the catch
– Strong and tough

– Off the field issues (3 suspensions)
– Dismissed from team
– Develop more as a route runner
– Good but still needs to develop and as blocker

Grady might be one of the most talented pass catching TE in this class and could be a steal. A team must feel good about his off the field issues and that he will not be a problem in the future.

Oregon TE Jake Breeland

Jacob Breeland – Oregon 6-5 250

– Shows ability to flex all over
– Good instincts and foot all IQ
– Finds holes in zone
– Good catch radius and good hands
– Can be a redzone threat

– Average athlete
– Average route runner
– Blocking can improve
– Has dealt with some injuries

Breeland is an average athlete that some defense could sleep on as a threat and that’s when he can hurt a team the most. He has good hands and a big catch radius allowing him to be a safe check down option.

Cincinnati TE Josiah Deguara

Josiah Deguara – Cincinnati 6-3 257

– Can line up inside or outside
– Early acceleration
– Good route timing
– Good hands and ball skills
– Can be a true treat as a receiver
– Effective blocker in space

– One season of meaningful production
– Improve as a blocker on the line
– More consistent in contested catches
– Attack the ball more in the air

Asiasi is a good flex option who has strong hands and athletic ability to be a good weapon for a team. He needs to improve on blocking technique to be a full time starter but can be a good weapon on a pass heavy team.

LSU TE Stephen Sullivan

Stephen Sullivan – LSU 6-5 248

– Huge catch radius
– Adjust to ball and good hands
– Shows good Juice
– Selfless player
– Played slot of games

– Improve on cuts to gain more separation
– Blocking
– Play strength is not there

Sullivan is not the LSU TE everyone is talking about but is not one to be slept on. His is a good athlete for the position with a big catch radius and good hands. He is still developing but could be a real threat developed correctly.

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2020 All Rookie First Team

2020 All Rookie First Team
What does the magic 8 ball say?
Ben holding his Magic 8 Ball
At the end of every season, the NFL releases its awards for the entire year including it’s first and second all rookie teams. I want to look into the future and predict the all first-team rookie class! Lets shake the Magic Ball!
Quarterback – Justin Herbert
Oregon QB Justin Herbert
Running Backs – J.K Dobbins – D’Andre Swift
Ohio State RB J.K. Dobbins
Wide Receivers – Jerry Juedy – Jalen Reagor – Justin Jefferson
TCU WR Jalen Reagor
Tight-End – Cole Kmet – Jared Pinkney
Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet
Left Tackle – Andrew Thomas
Left Guard – Jonathan Simpson
Center – Nick Harris
Right Guard – Isaiah Wilson
Right Guard – Jedrick Willis
Defensive End – Chase Young – Curtis Weaver – Yetur Gross-Matos
Ohio State DE Chase Young
Defensive Tackle – Derrick Brown – Marlon Davison
Auburn DT Derrick Brown
Out-Side Linebacker – Jon Greenard – K’Lavon Chaisson – Isaiah Simmons
Clemson LB Isaiah Simmons
Middle Linebacker – Patrick Queen – Troy Dye – Shaq Quarterman
LSU DE K’lavon Chaisson
Cornerback – CJ Henderson – A.J. Terrell – Jeff Gladney
LSU S Grant Delpit
Safety – Grant Delpit – Jeremy Chinn

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2020 NFL Rookie Rankings

2020 NFL Rookie Rankings
Chris Robin

Another off-season and what a wild one it has been! We’re nearing the end of March and all professional sports are suspended and seasons are in question. So in turn we have a ton of spare time! Spare time means content and discussions! The NFL draft is close and that means rankings!

We all have our own opinion. We all have our own research. That’s the beauty of fantasy sports and rankings. 2019 was a great draft class. 2020 is even stronger!

It’s an exciting time in football. There has been a changing of the guard at the quarterback position. The older studs like Brady, Brees and Rivers have had their day. Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson have taken over their respective positions.

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This 2020 draft class is filled to the brim with young and hungry guys looking to stake their claim to the throne.

KJ Baker, David Reed, Sam Huff and I got together and made a list of our top 20 favorite NFL Draft prospects and ranked them. There were a few fights and some foul language but we finally finished! We also made a pact to re-rank them again after the draft!

Here is what came from our meeting!

RookieCollegePositionKJ BakerDavid ReedChris RobinSam Huff
Jonathan TaylorWisconsinRB2253
D’Andre SwiftGeorgiaRB3122
CeeDee LambOklahomaWR1331
Jerry JeudyAlabamaWR4414
Cam AkersFlorida StateRB881512
Clyde Edwards-HelaireLSURB6698
J.K. DobbinsOhio StateWR5545
Justin JeffersonLSUWR79127
Tee HigginsClemsonWR10131110
Henry Ruggs IIIAlabamaWR9786
Denzel MimsBaylorWR11101613
Laviska Shenault Jr.ColoradoWR141469
Joe BurrowLSUQB1511711
Tua TagovailoaAlabamaQB16171415
Michael Pittman Jr.USCWR19151717
Brandon AiyukArizona StWR17201918
KJ HamlerPenn StWR20182020
Zach MossUtahRB1381016
Donovan Peoples-JonesMichiganWR18191819
Jalen ReagorTCUWR12121314

Here a few honorable mentions that missed out on our top 20.

Tyler Johnson WR Minnesota

Eno Benjamin RB Arizona State

A.J. Dillon RB Boston College

Albert Okwuegbunam TE Missouri

Jordan Love QB Utah State

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