Post NFL Draft Rookie Rankings – Dynasty Fantasy Football

As a rule, the NFL draft can have a huge impact on the fantasy football fortunes of the chosen recruits. In the dynasty tournaments, this is a rookie draft. Many newcomers start after the end of the NFL, some are waiting for the OTAs, training camps, or the pre-season to provide the most opportunities to evaluate the player's situation. For those planning fast, it's important to have an opinion on the value of the newcomers, so keeping this in mind is the top 12 rankings of post-draft recruits. This is the first round of most rookie drafts. Let's get it:

  1. Todd Gurley (STL) – Gurley was surprisingly the Rams, but it makes a lot of sense. Jeff Fisher is a thoughtful trainer, and Gurley can carry a load far more than Tre Mason in the long run. In the short term, do not be surprised that Tre Mason will start the year as a leading dog and will still take part in the second half of the year. As long as you're thinking of long, Gurley is yours.
  2. Amari Cooper (OAK) – Cooper finds himself in a very nice position. Solid young QB at Derek Carr, there was no competition at the WR1 concert, though this could have affected many double teams. There is no reason why Cooper will not grow in the lead in the first year. In PPR leagues, he is likely to replace Cooper Gurley and he feels good.
  3. Kevin White (CHI) – Chicago has a lot of transition so this pick is not risky. Cutler is solid QB, but obviously it will not be long. John Fox was not known as an offensive coach, but Peyton Manning in Denver ignited it. I do not think this crime will achieve the same fire. This means that Alshon Jeffrey makes it harder for the defense to concentrate on white, which will help him. At the end of the day his talent will win to bring this place.
  4. Melvin Gordon (SD) – San Diego has begun trading to get Gordon and I have to say that I love where he landed. Although there are already decent CoRs already on the list, no doubt that both A) Gordon are talented like all of them, and B) San Diego really liked him. I think it's a fantastic fantasy scenario that can put Gordon into the # 1 rookie in the 2016 season.
  5. DeVante Parker (MIA) – Another perfect fit. The dolphins quietly interconnect one of the best young receivers in the NFL. Parker is the perfect X split end for the Kenny Stills Z receiver and Jarvis Landry Y receiver. Add Jordan Cameron and you have some weapons. Tannehill develops into a qualitative start that improves this situation. The only risk here is that in recent years, fine people did not really produce much. This would change the progress.
  6. Breshad Perriman (BAL) – Baltimore had a passionate need for a WR infusion and received Perrimas in the first round. Perriman was one of the guys on the outside of the first round and jumped up to the Ravens commitment. We do not like here, Steve Smith mentor, very few quality competition and a solid QB situation. It will take some time to grow in this role, sure it is not finished, but it is upwards than the preparation.
  7. Dorial Green-Beckham (TEN) – Make this point a breakpoint. The first five dynasties of money IMO, Perriman is in a very strong position, here in # 7, it starts a little bit based on your taste and needs. The DGB has incredible potential and is in a good position. Marcus Mariota becomes QB, and as he develops, DGB develops. I've never been impressed with Titans' other WRs, so if you keep your head straight, then the DGB can steal absolutely at this point. This is a big IF bar …
  8. TJ Yeldon (JAX) – Another guy who, like Perriman, will jump after IMO after rookie NFL. Yeldon, while not the best athlete in the combination, is good enough to be three down in the NFL, and the Jaguars are prepared to be at the back. That's good enough for me! Since this backfield and a solid group of young offensive players, the poor Yeldon is Gordon or Gurley in this draft.
  9. Nelson Aghelor (PHI) – Finally, Chip Kelley did not come to Marcus Mariota, so he leaned back and replaced Jeremy Maclin. Virtually identical to Maclini in a variety of ways (height, weight, speed), Aghelor has to fit precisely Chip's crime and must be a quality fantasy player. Why do you ask him to rank him under two guys who later went to the draft? Good question, one of the reasons for talent, the DGB and Yeldon are more talented than Aghelor. Secondly, as a buyer in Kelly's crime, I'm not convinced that Agholor will be # 1's customer in this team, which limits my head. The PPR would probably have prevented Yeldon, but that is the case.
  10. Jameis Winston (TB) – Winston will enter the first round due to my gun. Mike Evans, Vincent Jackson, Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, and now Kenny Bell. Winston and his immaturity are undoubtedly risky, but Cam Newton also served this and gave four fantastic five-year fantastic seasons. I'm not 100%, but I would not be surprised if Winston did the same.
  11. Tevin Coleman (ATL) – Coleman Warrior. He played half-yearly at a broken leg and still had a 2000-meter season. He is in a position where Devono Freeman competes. Now many people say that they are competing now, but you do not believe it. It looks like a committee at least the first year, while Colemen gets used to the pro and the speed of the game. If you do the ball well this year, find out how to take the 2nd year.
  12. Devin Funchess (CAR) – This guy moves to the best twelfth to get Carolina to catch him. Here's the thing to play in the WR, which I think then Cam Newton will succeed in his weapon. I think this crime has more potential than in the past two years, the healthy Cam, the Kelvin Benjamin, on one side, the other the Funchess, the Olsen in the middle, and Stewart on the back ground, the pie may get a little bigger for everyone.

Source by Kenneth Clein

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