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Topic: Ranking the Rookies
 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 05/13/14 20:44
http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/47176/365/ranking-the-rookies
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We just did 3 forum mock drafts (round one only) and then averaged them. This was all right after the actual NFL Draft.



1.25Sammy WatkinsWRBUF

1.75Bishop SankeyRBTEN

3Mike EvansWRTB

5.25Odell Beckham Jr.WRNYG

5.5Brandin CooksWRNO

7.25Eric EbronTEDET

7.25Jordan MatthewsWRPHI

8.75Carlos HydeRBSF

9Marquise LeeWRJAC

9.25Kelvin BenjaminWRCAR

11.25Devonta FreemanRBATL

12Tre MasonRBSTL

12Ka'Deem CareyRBCHI

13.5Donte MoncriefWRIND

17.5Cody LatimerWRDEN

17.75Allen RobinsonWRJAC
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Post Date: 05/14/14 15:49
The big question for me is who to grab in JVille. Lee or Robinson? Shorts is the only viable target there right now. But one of these rooks will emerge. I think the Sankey situation is very fluid and will change several times before training camp ends.

I really like Cooks this year. He will surely pick up some of the targets left by Sproles and Moore. But how many?
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Post Date: 06/15/14 19:25
James, great question, and Robinson has some HUGE supporters in fantasy land, so either could thrive. My money is on Lee, I think he could be a really good fantasy receiver in time, but clearly some impressive play could change my thinking. Some receivers look good entering the pros and it all just clicks for them. Keenan Allen is a perfect example... he looked good in college, then an injury, but still there were some receivers that looked better but weren't. Rookies are tricky, but it's sure fun to predict how it will go.



I agree, Cooks is a beast. Let's hope NO uses him right. I think they will, but NO players are sometimes used differently than you'd think. Cooks should get plenty of run I think... great topic, James!
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