1. CLYDE EDWARDS-HELAIRE, RB KC
Gotta like the landing spot. He should shine early and often in Andy Reid's offense in Kansas City , along with QB Patrick Mahomes dealing.
2. D’ANDRE SWIFT, RB DET
My top running back coming into the draft, The quick and elusive back works in running a passing game and should be a game breaker for the Lions.
3. JK DOBBINS, RB BAL
May find it hard to get early playing time, given the returns of Ingram, Edwards and Hill, but if/when he ever becomes the feature back playing with dynamic Lamar Jackson, he could be the best in this class.
4. JONATHAN TAYLOR, RB IND Taylor has several other backs ahead of him on the Colt's depth chart, but he is the best of bunch. He should assume lead back duties and hold them for a while. Never know quite what to make of Wisconsin running backs.
5. CEEDEE LAMB, WR DAL
Quick as a hiccup and fast as lighting, Lamb can change field position in a hurry. Only concern is that there is only one ball with all the other weapons in Dallas.
6. JERRY JEUDY, WR DEN
A precise route runner, Jeudy is a safe bet to be a productive pro for a long time at worst, potential Hall of Famer with a good QB at best.
7. HARRY RUGGS, III, WR, LVR
A lot of people liked his teammate Jeudy better, but the now Las Vegas Raiders got their man and hope that he will provide big plays starting immediately. Al Davis would have been proud of this pick. Like AJ Brown and DK Metcalf out of Ole Miss last year, Jeudy and Ruggs will both make an impact in year one.
8. JUSTIN JEFFERSON, WR MIN
I thought Jefferson fell too far in the draft, but he finds himself in a great spot with the Vikings' recent trade of Stephon Diggs. Jefferson was the SEC's most productive receiver (111 for 1,540) for the potent LSU attack, and his talents will translate nicely to the NFL.
9. JOE BURROW, QB CIN
QB's are cheap in dynasty, I know. Burrows was awesome in the LSU Tigers' championship run. Roster spots are not cheap in dynasty, so you might as well clog one with a top notch plug and play option for the next 10+ years.
10. CAM AKERS, RB LAR
A dual threat running back off an uninspiring FSU Seminole offense, Akers is a boom or bust choice who could outperform his draft position, or be a perpetual time sharer who is only startable on your starter's bye weeks. I kind of like second year back Darrell Henderson more.
11. JALEN REAGOR, WR PHI
Carson Wentz's new favorite target should get snaps in year one and will have a productive, if unspectacular, career with the Eagles.
12. DARRYNTON EVANS, RB TEN
Lightning to Derrick Henry's thunder, Evans' plant and go quickness and break away speed fit perfectly in the Titan offense and will help the Titans dominate the 20s' AFC, along with the Chiefs and Ravens.
13. KE'SHWAWN VAUGHN, RB, TB
14. BRANDON AIYUK, WR SF
15. DENZEL MIMS, WR, NYJ
16. TEE HIGGINS, WR, CIN
17. TUA TAGOVAILOA, QB, MIA
18. AJ DILLON, RB, GB
19. ANTONIO GIBSON, RB, WAS
20. ZACH MOSS, RB, BUF
21. MICHAEL PITTMAN, JR., WR, IND
22. COLE KMET, TE, CHI
23. JUSTIN HERBERT, QB, LAC
24. LAVESKA SHENAULT, WR, JAC
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