Top 25 Rookie Rankings for Dynasty Drafts
The only rookie with first round draft potential this season, Richardson is a workhorse back with the physical skills to dominate for years and years. Let's just hope the injury gods don't take him sooner than expected.
Don 't expect Cam Newton production as a rookie, but RG3's upside is rather immense with his combination of world class speed, a rocket arm and the kind of crazy charisma teammates and fans fall in behind.
Poised to inherit Bucs starting role. Opening career in new coach Greg Schiano's run-oriented attack gives Martin outside shot to be top rookie RB.Injury Status: Injured Reserve
Unless every scout known to man is wrong, this signal caller is the real deal. Could be a struggle early on during the Colts' transition from what's his name, but for those thinking long haul, nice.
Talent is on par with Martin. It's the situation, playing alongside Ahmad Bradshaw and to some degree Eli Manning, that keeps the former Virginia Tech star's long-term value slightly more iffy. Wilson could be a fantasy gem in a couple of seasons or sooner if Bradshaw goes down.Injury Status: Injured Reserve
Yes, the Blaine Gabbert factor is a concern, as is the former Oklahoma State star's penchant for finding his way onto police blotters. The yards after the catch, not so much. May ultimately be more Anquan Boldin than true elite receiver, but much to love.
Dynamic physical skills and playing opposite a dynamic receiver in Larry Fitzgerald equals tremendous opportunity. Now the former Golden Domer must take advantage of it.
The clear headliner of a suspect rookie class of tight ends, Fleener has downfield speed ideal for new era of tight end threats. Familiarity with Luck helps the transition process for both.
Burner joins a crowded receiving unit where Kenny Britt remains the star attraction (when healthy and not suspended). Forming early connection with last year's No.1 Jake Locker, a connection that could light scoreboards for years to come.