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#1 96mnc

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Posted 03 October 2013 - 12:42 AM

I wanted to start a thread to discuss what people are seeing as they watch college football and see potential guys that will be in the league next year (mods please move if need be but I'm not sure where it would go).

I'll throw out a few names to get things started.

Marquis Lee, WR, USC
Sammy Watkins, WR, Clem
Tajh Boyd, QB, Clem
Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville

And my favorite RB so far...(found him while studying Terrance Williams games last year)

Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor

Edited by 96mnc, 03 October 2013 - 12:43 AM.


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Posted 09 November 2013 - 09:42 PM

So really it's quite simple.  What current college, draft-eligible players are you absolutely drooling to have on your fantasy team next year.  If you could, say a bit about the player and why you think they'd be fantasy-viable.

For me, I'm absolutely drooling over the prospect of getting Mike Evans on my team.  I'm an Aggie (and play with other Aggies), but the relatively early draft pick I know I'd have to spend on him doesn't matter.  As a 6'5", sure-handed receiver with good body control and decent speed, I think he's going to be a fantasy monster, regardless of what team takes him.  He'll put up yards, and he'll be huge in the red zone (think Calvin Johnson, Jimmy Graham, Dez Bryant style too-big to cover).

Keeping with the Aggie theme, I'm also drooling over the dual-threat potential of Manziel if he goes to a favorable offense (*cough* Eagles *cough*).  Don't think he'll be an elite passer, but his running ability to make up for it for his potential fantasy owners.

So what next-year rookies are y'all already chomping at the bit to draft?
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QB: Carson Palmer, Joe Flacco
WR: Demaryius Thomas, Michael Floyd, Terrance Williams, James Jones, Aaron Dobson, Kenny Stills
RB: Montee Ball, Demarco Murray, Zac Stacy, Lance Dunbar, Knile Davis, Terrance West, Lamar Miller
TE: Jordan Cameron, Heath Miler
K; Stephen Gostkowski
DL: Chandler Jones, Robert Quinn, Ezekial Ansah
LB: Jerod Mayo, Karlos Dansby, Derrick Johnson, Daryl Smith, Jerrell Freeman
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Posted 09 November 2013 - 09:59 PM

If I finish last, Sammy Watkins will, witout a doubt, be on my team with the first overall pick.  I have three first round picks and two second round picks so this subject is an important one for me.
I will also be targeting Eric Ebron if he lands on a good team. He is a freak athlete and North Carolina products haven't failed me yet.
I am unusually high on Jordan Matthews and have been even coming into the year, I just think he is a freak.
I also like Jarvis Landry better than Odell Beckham Jr. , I think Landry can be a solid NFL WR2 and great deep threat. A very pro ready player IMO
I don't think there are any intriguing running backs in this year's draft at all. They all have faults.
At quarterback, I would like either bridgewater or boyd and possibly hundley. Nobody else is especially intriguing. Derek Carr would be nice if I could get him in the 2nd.
I absolutely love Allen Robinson, he reminds me exactly of Keenan Allen.
Another player comparison would be Brandin Cooks to Victor Cruz.
Overall here are my early steals and busts ( this is just my early opinion, please don't base your ranks off this) :
Steals: Derek Carr, Tajh Boyd, Jarvis Landry, Allen Robinson, Jace Amaro, and Bishop Sankey
Busts : Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Melvin Gordon, Odell Beckham Jr, and DeVante Parker.
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RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:01 PM

Have you ever seen Mike Evans run anything but a "Go-route" or a "Fly" or whatever you wanna call it?
It was brought to my attention the other day and I kinda thought about it. Does his game need some major refinement?
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RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:02 PM

Whenever TJ Yeldon comes out I'm making sure he's on all of my teams.
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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:05 PM

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:01 PM, said:

Have you ever seen Mike Evans run anything but a "Go-route" or a "Fly" or whatever you wanna call it?
It was brought to my attention the other day and I kinda thought about it. Does his game need some major refinement?

He needs refining, but I've seen him score TDs on WR screens and slants.  He's only in his third year of playing football ever (Senior year of high school, redshirt, freshman, sophomore).  I don't think Calvin was any more refined coming out of Georgia Tech, and he's done alright.  

You can't coach that size though, and as a former basketball player, he knows how to use it.

Plus, half of A&M's offense is running around after your route is over, so who knows what he's running.  Is that a no-route?

Great blocker too (at 6'5" 225, he'd better be), so he'll be able to stay on the field in all sets.

Edited by jbshaw, 09 November 2013 - 10:07 PM.

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Assumed starters in Red
QB: Carson Palmer, Joe Flacco
WR: Demaryius Thomas, Michael Floyd, Terrance Williams, James Jones, Aaron Dobson, Kenny Stills
RB: Montee Ball, Demarco Murray, Zac Stacy, Lance Dunbar, Knile Davis, Terrance West, Lamar Miller
TE: Jordan Cameron, Heath Miler
K; Stephen Gostkowski
DL: Chandler Jones, Robert Quinn, Ezekial Ansah
LB: Jerod Mayo, Karlos Dansby, Derrick Johnson, Daryl Smith, Jerrell Freeman
CB: DeAngelo Hall, Cortland Finnegan, Corey Graham
S: Barry Church, Morgan Burnett, Johnathan Cyprien

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:06 PM

Possibly Lache Seastrunk, depending where he ends up
I have 2 warning points. How many until I get a prize?

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:08 PM

Manziel would have huge potential in a solid offense. I'd think his floor would be something like what Terrelle Pryor is doing at Oakland, which is still viable at QB2, which is where I think Manziel will be drafted.

I'm not sold on Mike Evans just yet because he is definitely going to come out raw. WR is one of the hardest positions for rookies to adapt to. I could see him being a weekly flier who's TD dependent but I don't think he will break out until Year 2 or 3.

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:11 PM

View Postjbshaw, on 09 November 2013 - 10:05 PM, said:

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:01 PM, said:

Have you ever seen Mike Evans run anything but a "Go-route" or a "Fly" or whatever you wanna call it?
It was brought to my attention the other day and I kinda thought about it. Does his game need some major refinement?

He needs refining, but I've seen him score TDs on WR screens and slants.  He's only in his third year of playing football ever (Senior year of high school, redshirt, freshman, sophomore).  I don't think Calvin was any more refined coming out of Georgia Tech, and he's done alright.  

You can't coach that size though, and as a former basketball player, he knows how to use it.

Plus, half of A&M's offense is running around after your route is over, so who knows what he's running.  Is that a no-route?

Great blocker too (at 6'5" 225, he'd better be), so he'll be able to stay on the field in all sets.
Ok, thanks for the input, you persuaded me to take him if he falls to me with my 2nd pick.
Would you say the comparison between him and V-Jax is fair?
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QB- RG3, Carr , Austin Davis
RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:13 PM

Ka'Deem Carey and Jawon Chisholm are intriguing RB prospects.
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RB's-Adrian Peterson, C.J. Spiller, Zac Stacy, Christine Michael, Jerrick McKinnon
WR's-Dez Bryant, Josh Gordon, Michael Floyd, Keenan Allen, Justin Hunter, Sammy Watkins, Jermaine Kearse
TE's-Julius Thomas, Eric Ebron
K's-Steven Hauschka
DL's-Ziggy Ansah, Chandler Jones
LB's-Bobby Wagner, Alec Ogletree
DB's-Kenny Vaccaro, Roman Harper

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:15 PM

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:11 PM, said:

View Postjbshaw, on 09 November 2013 - 10:05 PM, said:

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:01 PM, said:

Have you ever seen Mike Evans run anything but a "Go-route" or a "Fly" or whatever you wanna call it?
It was brought to my attention the other day and I kinda thought about it. Does his game need some major refinement?

He needs refining, but I've seen him score TDs on WR screens and slants.  He's only in his third year of playing football ever (Senior year of high school, redshirt, freshman, sophomore).  I don't think Calvin was any more refined coming out of Georgia Tech, and he's done alright.  

You can't coach that size though, and as a former basketball player, he knows how to use it.

Plus, half of A&M's offense is running around after your route is over, so who knows what he's running.  Is that a no-route?

Great blocker too (at 6'5" 225, he'd better be), so he'll be able to stay on the field in all sets.
Ok, thanks for the input, you persuaded me to take him if he falls to me with my 2nd pick.
Would you say the comparison between him and V-Jax is fair?

Never get the bucs on TV and I don't own VJax, but from what I've heard of VJax, it seems like an accurate comparison.  
He's always "open, even when he's covered and has shown he'll fight for the ball.  He's fast enough to be a viable receiver, but he doesn't have elite speed (even his 95 yarder against Bama, he had to stiff arm the poor DB who tried to tackle him).  He's raw in the routes he runs, but he gets off jams alright and is fluid enough they played with him in the slot earlier in the season. He has very good hands, and has shown great body control moments.  He's known for having a good work ethic, has been respectful in the interviews I've seen of him (and he's turned down some interviews preferring to let his play do the talking), and my friends really enjoyed playing basketball with him over the summer.  Very much a team player.  

Now, this is all coming from someone who is very biased towards the Aggies, so take that with a grain of salt.  But if it's a dynasty league, I'd bet on him being the best WR over the long run out of next class.  There's even been talk of using him as a Graham-style TE, so he could be big in that role.

Edited by jbshaw, 09 November 2013 - 10:17 PM.

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WR: Demaryius Thomas, Michael Floyd, Terrance Williams, James Jones, Aaron Dobson, Kenny Stills
RB: Montee Ball, Demarco Murray, Zac Stacy, Lance Dunbar, Knile Davis, Terrance West, Lamar Miller
TE: Jordan Cameron, Heath Miler
K; Stephen Gostkowski
DL: Chandler Jones, Robert Quinn, Ezekial Ansah
LB: Jerod Mayo, Karlos Dansby, Derrick Johnson, Daryl Smith, Jerrell Freeman
CB: DeAngelo Hall, Cortland Finnegan, Corey Graham
S: Barry Church, Morgan Burnett, Johnathan Cyprien

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:16 PM

View PostAlfonz289, on 09 November 2013 - 10:13 PM, said:

Ka'Deem Carey and Jawon Chisholm are intriguing RB prospects.
Chislom is impressive, forgot about him for quite some time. Reminds me of last year's product of Latavius Murray out of UCF based strictly on what I have heard.
Ka'deem Carey reminds me of a lesser Gio Bernard.
14 tm non-ppr dynasty 30-man
QB- RG3, Carr , Austin Davis
RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:20 PM

View Postjbshaw, on 09 November 2013 - 10:15 PM, said:

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:11 PM, said:

View Postjbshaw, on 09 November 2013 - 10:05 PM, said:

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:01 PM, said:

Have you ever seen Mike Evans run anything but a "Go-route" or a "Fly" or whatever you wanna call it?
It was brought to my attention the other day and I kinda thought about it. Does his game need some major refinement?

He needs refining, but I've seen him score TDs on WR screens and slants.  He's only in his third year of playing football ever (Senior year of high school, redshirt, freshman, sophomore).  I don't think Calvin was any more refined coming out of Georgia Tech, and he's done alright.  

You can't coach that size though, and as a former basketball player, he knows how to use it.

Plus, half of A&M's offense is running around after your route is over, so who knows what he's running.  Is that a no-route?

Great blocker too (at 6'5" 225, he'd better be), so he'll be able to stay on the field in all sets.
Ok, thanks for the input, you persuaded me to take him if he falls to me with my 2nd pick.
Would you say the comparison between him and V-Jax is fair?

Never get the bucs on TV and I don't own VJax, but from what I've heard of VJax, it seems like an accurate comparison.  
He's always "open, even when he's covered and has shown he'll fight for the ball.  He's fast enough to be a viable receiver, but he doesn't have elite speed (even his 95 yarder against Bama, he had to stiff arm the poor DB who tried to tackle him).  He's raw in the routes he runs, but he gets off jams alright and is fluid enough they played with him in the slot earlier in the season. He has very good hands, and has shown great body control moments.  He's known for having a good work ethic, has been respectful in the interviews I've seen of him (and he's turned down some interviews preferring to let his play do the talking), and my friends really enjoyed playing basketball with him over the summer.  Very much a team player.  

Now, this is all coming from someone who is very biased towards the Aggies, so take that with a grain of salt.  But if it's a dynasty league, I'd bet on him being the best WR over the long run out of next class.  There's even been talk of using him as a Graham-style TE, so he could be big in that role.
Thanks for the analysis and I understand the bias. As a Buckeyes fan, I rank Carlos Hyde higher than Marion Grice, Carey, and others.
Anyways, you hit it spot on,if not ,better, from what the experts have been saying about Evans. Thanks again

Edited by CL3VELANDBR0WNS, 09 November 2013 - 10:21 PM.

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RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:22 PM

What's the thoughts on Marqise Lee? IMO he is overrated
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WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:24 PM

View PostCL3VELANDBR0WNS, on 09 November 2013 - 10:22 PM, said:

What's the thoughts on Marqise Lee? IMO he is overrated

I haven't seen him play enough, as my old (22) self is normally in bed or completely disinterested in the west coast games.  I thought he was lights out last year, but whether it's the coaching or the first-year starting QB, he just hasn't been able to get it done.  Quite frankly, I forgot he existed.  He's definitely flashed plenty of potential (particularly last year), but the lack of elite defenses always makes one wonder.
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Assumed starters in Red
QB: Carson Palmer, Joe Flacco
WR: Demaryius Thomas, Michael Floyd, Terrance Williams, James Jones, Aaron Dobson, Kenny Stills
RB: Montee Ball, Demarco Murray, Zac Stacy, Lance Dunbar, Knile Davis, Terrance West, Lamar Miller
TE: Jordan Cameron, Heath Miler
K; Stephen Gostkowski
DL: Chandler Jones, Robert Quinn, Ezekial Ansah
LB: Jerod Mayo, Karlos Dansby, Derrick Johnson, Daryl Smith, Jerrell Freeman
CB: DeAngelo Hall, Cortland Finnegan, Corey Graham
S: Barry Church, Morgan Burnett, Johnathan Cyprien

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:27 PM

Maybe not so much his for his rookie year, but Marqise Lee is a guy that has the size and skills to become a PPR monster down the line (health permitting).

A large part of why he hasn't been heard from much so far this season is a combination of 1.) playing in a dysfunctional offense and 2.) being plagued by a nagging knee injury

Edited by 2445ricardo, 09 November 2013 - 10:30 PM.


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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:29 PM

Health is a concern and he has just been lost in the offense this year.
I would draft him with my 2nd likely mid- 1st round pick just based on his far past but I would not put him top 5 overall like some

Edited by CL3VELANDBR0WNS, 09 November 2013 - 10:30 PM.

14 tm non-ppr dynasty 30-man
QB- RG3, Carr , Austin Davis
RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:32 PM

Jalen Saunders is another guy I forgot about but explosive slot rookies have been unpredictable lately(Adams on Carolina a few years ago and Ace Sanders this year). I would not snag Saunders till the 2nd round
14 tm non-ppr dynasty 30-man
QB- RG3, Carr , Austin Davis
RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 10:38 PM

View Postowenmills, on 09 November 2013 - 10:06 PM, said:

Possibly Lache Seastrunk, depending where he ends up
  do agree with you. I think Seastrunk is the best back in the class overall or at least up there in the conversation.
He is not huge but he is not an ideal workhorse sized NFL back. However, he makes up for it with speed and moves.
14 tm non-ppr dynasty 30-man
QB- RG3, Carr , Austin Davis
RB- Martin, Gio, Stacy, Pierre, DMC, Bryce, Dunbar, Stewart
WR- Josh Gordon, Sammy Watkins, Michael Floyd, Cordarrelle Patterson, Cecil Shorts, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Kenny Britt, Mike Williams, Brian Quick, Allen Hurns
TE- Gronk, Reed,CJF
K- Parkey
DT- Sen'Derrick Marks
DE- Jason Pierre-Paul
LB-Mosley, Shazier
CB- Johnathan Joseph
S- Cyprien
IR- Blackmon, KHunter, Alonso, DWashington, Marquess Wilson

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 11:13 PM

View PostSven, on 09 November 2013 - 10:02 PM, said:

Whenever TJ Yeldon comes out I'm making sure he's on all of my teams.

You wouldn't be worried about "Alabama back syndrome?"  Mark Ingram, T-Rich, and Monte Ball (same concept) haven't given me a whole lot of confidence in RBs coming out that run behind mauling O-lines.
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12-team Dynasty-IDP League, Points Per Completion, Carry, Reception: 2 WR, 2 RB, W/R Flex, 2 DL, 3 LB, 2 CB, 2 S
Assumed starters in Red
QB: Carson Palmer, Joe Flacco
WR: Demaryius Thomas, Michael Floyd, Terrance Williams, James Jones, Aaron Dobson, Kenny Stills
RB: Montee Ball, Demarco Murray, Zac Stacy, Lance Dunbar, Knile Davis, Terrance West, Lamar Miller
TE: Jordan Cameron, Heath Miler
K; Stephen Gostkowski
DL: Chandler Jones, Robert Quinn, Ezekial Ansah
LB: Jerod Mayo, Karlos Dansby, Derrick Johnson, Daryl Smith, Jerrell Freeman
CB: DeAngelo Hall, Cortland Finnegan, Corey Graham
S: Barry Church, Morgan Burnett, Johnathan Cyprien




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