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Makaveli

2013 Rookie Rankings

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Rookies play a major impact in fantasy football mainly because they can be taken at later rounds and end up becoming steals of the draft such as Newton and RGIII.

Lets project what rookies we think will produce next year while maintaining late round value, although RB's will obviously have a higher draft position over most rookie WR's and QB's.

QB

Geno Smith - Mobile QB's such as Newton and RGIII have produced very well their rookie seasons and if this trend continues Smith will be the next one to do so but this also depends on which team drafts him.

In no particular order - Matt Barkley, Tyler Bray, Tyler Wilson, Landry Jones, Colin Klein, Tajh Boyd, Aaron Murray

RB

In no particular order - Joseph Randle, Eddie Lacy, Giovanni Bernard, Knile Davis, Montee Ball, Silas Redd, Marcus Lattimore (depends how he is after injury)

WR

In no particular order - Keenan Allen, Terrance WIlliams, Justin Hunter, Robert Woods, Tavon Austion, Deandre Hopkins

TE

Tyler Eifert, ???

Some players may decide to declare for the draft in 2014.

Who do you guys think will be one of the best rookies fantasy wise for next season?

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FFers had it easy this season, the studs were pretty much written in bold.

Luck, Griffin, Richardson, Martin & Blackmon.

Sure there were surprises like Morris, Broyles, Hilton, & Josh Gordon.

Next season? Aside from Geno Smith nobody is a surefire obvious stud. Would've been Lattimore but who knows now.

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dude one obvious stud is RObert Woods. That guys going to be a very solid if not excellent wide reciever and i think he can start off his rookie year as a low end wr3 to start and then i think he propels himself to mid tier wr2 by the end of the season

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