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Mack Hollins (WR, PHI) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Nick Mariano's PPR Sleepers List (Premium Content)

All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. It'd be nice if we could avoid the word "sleeper" because it feels as though it has lost its meaning over the years, but SEO practices and the language of the fantasy landscape demands it. I believe it's important for each article to spell out... Read More

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2017 Late Round Fliers for Fantasy Football Drafts (Premium Content)

All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. A good fantasy football player has a specific plan of attack for the later rounds of a draft. These aren't throw away picks. Or at least, they don't have to be if you study up and have an idea about which players have a... Read More

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Curtis Samuel (WR, CAR) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Carolina Panthers, 2.08 Dynasty Positional Rank: 61 Redraft Target Round: 20-25 Analysis: Curtis Samuel is one of the most interesting prospects in the draft this season. He was a gadget player through three seasons at Ohio State. During those seasons, Samuel totaled 279 touches for 2,535 yards and 24 touchdowns. He played more... Read More

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Mike Williams (WR, LAC) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Los Angeles Chargers, 1.07 Dynasty Positional Rank: 25 Redraft Target Round: 20-25 Analysis: Williams enjoyed a breakout sophomore campaign before injuring his neck and missing the entire 2015 NCAA season. He returned last year, posting 98 receptions, 1,361 yards, and 11 touchdowns in a dominant season. He has dealt with multiple injuries... Read More

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John Ross (WR, CIN) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Cincinnati Bengals, 1.09 Dynasty Positional Rank: 42 Redraft Target Round: 20-25 Analysis: Ross was the focal point of the Washington offense for only one season. During that season, he recorded 81 receptions for 1,150 yards, and 17 touchdowns. He continued his momentum at the NFL Combine, running a ridiculous 4.22 40-yard dash,... Read More

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Cooper Kupp (WR, LAR) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Los Angeles Rams, 3.05 Dynasty Positional Rank: 68 Redraft Target Round: 11-13 Analysis: Kupp was one of the most productive wide receivers in NCAA history, as he ended his four year stint with Eastern Washington with 428 receptions, 6,464 yards, and 73 touchdowns in 52 games. Some scouts have questioned this production... Read More

2 years ago

Carlos Henderson (WR, DEN) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Denver Broncos, 3.18 Dynasty Positional Rank: 69 Redraft Target Round: 20-25 Analysis: Henderson played a backup role his first two seasons as Louisiana Tech before enjoying a breakout junior campaign. In 13 games as a junior, Henderson recorded 82 receptions for 1,535 yards and 19 touchdowns. He also added 133 yards and... Read More

2 years ago

Dede Westbrook (WR, JAC) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Jacksonville Jaguars, 4.03 Dynasty Positional Rank: 100 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Dede Westbrook broke out as a senior, as he ended the season as a Heisman finalist. As a senior, he finished the season with 80 receptions for 1,524 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also added 101... Read More

2 years ago

Josh Reynolds (WR, LAR) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Los Angeles Rams, 4.10 Dynasty Positional Rank: 106 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Josh Reynolds was a three-year player out of Texas A&M. He totaled 164 receptions for 2,788 yards, and 30 touchdowns in 38 games. Reynolds has a frame that is a gift, but is also a... Read More

2 years ago

Josh Malone (WR, CIN) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Cincinnati Bengals, 4.22 Dynasty Positional Rank: 122 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Josh Malone is coming off a successful junior season, in which he recorded 50 receptions for 972 yards and 11 touchdowns in 13 games. He saw his yards per receptions increase from 10.0 and 13.1 in... Read More

2 years ago


Ryan Switzer (WR, DAL) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Dallas Cowboys, 4.27 Dynasty Positional Rank: 103 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Ryan Switzer was a four-year slot receiver at UNC. He ended his career with 243 receptions, 2,903 yards and 19 touchdowns. His stats are a bit inflated by the high paced offense UNC ran, but that is... Read More

2 years ago

Taywan Taylor (WR, TEN) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Tennessee Titans, 3.08 Dynasty Positional Rank: 78 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Taywan Taylor played his college football in the C-USA at Western Kentucky. He flashed during his freshman and sophomore campaigns, but did not dominate until his junior and senior seasons. During those two years, he... Read More

2 years ago

Chris Godwin (WR, TB) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Tampa Bay Bucs, 3.20 Dynasty Positional Rank: 60 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Chris Godwin broke out his sophomore season of college and was able to total 128 receptions, 2,083 yards, and 16 touchdowns in 26 games throughout his sophomore and junior campaigns. He showed well in big... Read More

2 years ago

Chad Hansen (WR, NYJ) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, New York Jets, 4.35 Dynasty Positional Rank: 97 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Chad Hansen was a walk-on out of high school, but he ended his collegiate career on a high note. During his junior season, Hansen recorded 92 catches for 1,249 yards and 11 touchdowns. He finished in... Read More

2 years ago

Noah Brown (WR, DAL) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Dallas Cowboys, 7.21 Dynasty Positional Rank: 94 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Noah Brown only started one season for Ohio State because of a combination of injuries and more experienced players in front of him on the depth chart. Brown made the most of his season, though, displaying... Read More

2 years ago


Chad Williams (WR, ARI) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Arizona Cardinals, 3.34 Dynasty Positional Rank: 82 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Chad Williams enjoyed a great career at Grambling State, recording 154 catches for 2,349 yards and 21 touchdowns in his final 24 games. The level of competition is a concern, but Williams was able to find success against... Read More

2 years ago

Malachi Dupre (WR, GB) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Green Bay Packers, 7.29 Dynasty Positional Rank: 115 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Malachi Dupre suffered through three years of terrible quarterback play at LSU. Some were shocked that he left college, but after disappointing with 98 receptions, 1,609 yards, and 14 touchdowns in 31 games, it was time... Read More

2 years ago

Jehu Chesson (WR, KC) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Kansas City Chiefs, 4.33 Dynasty Positional Rank: 120 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Jehu Chesson looked outstanding for Michigan in 2015, catching 50 passes for 764 yards and nine touchdowns. He suffered an injury in their bowl game though, and seemingly lost a step last season. In the same... Read More

2 years ago

Amara Darboh (WR, SEA) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: WR, Seattle Seahawks, 3.42 Dynasty Positional Rank: 131 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Amara Darboh found quite a bit of success during his last two collegiate seasons, as he recorded 115 receptions, 1,589 yards, and 12 touchdowns in those seasons. He is a big-bodied wide receiver, but he struggles with... Read More

2 years ago

Donnel Pumphrey (RB, PHI) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Philadelphia Eagles, 4.26 Dynasty Positional Rank: 71 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Donnel Pumphrey was one of the most successful college running backs in the history of the NCAA. Through four seasons, Pumphrey totaled 7,444 yards and 67 touchdowns on 1,158 touches. He did not play against elite competition... Read More

2 years ago


Jamaal Williams (RB, GB) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Green Bay Packers, 4.28 Dynasty Positional Rank: 42 Redraft Target Round: 11-13 Analysis: Jamaal Williams has been an inconsistent runner through college, but he has flashed early down potential. He recorded 60 receptions through 43 games, but he only totaled 15 receptions in his last two seasons at BYU. Overall, he totaled 4,468... Read More

2 years ago

Wayne Gallman (RB, NYG) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, New York Giants, 4.34 Dynasty Positional Rank: 60 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Wayne Gallman was a productive player for Clemson, but was overlooked because of Deshaun Watson and Mike Williams. He displayed solid versatility, as he caught at least 20 passes in each of his three seasons at... Read More

2 years ago

Marlon Mack (RB, IND) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Indianapolis Colts, 4.37 Dynasty Positional Rank: 46 Redraft Target Round: 11-13 Analysis: Marlon Mack was a successful college runner that did not burn himself out with touches through three seasons. He ran for 3,609 yards and 32 touchdowns on 586 carries. He also added 65 receptions for 498 yards and one touchdown through... Read More

2 years ago

Brian Hill (RB, ATL) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Atlanta Falcons, 5.12 Dynasty Positional Rank: 100+ Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Brian Hill ran as the workhorse running back for Wyoming in each of his last two seasons, as he totaled 658 touches in those two years. He turned those touches into 3,690 yards and 28 touchdowns.... Read More

2 years ago

Jeremy McNichols (RB, TB) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Tampa Bay Bucaneers, 5.18 Dynasty Positional Rank: 53 Redraft Target Round: 15-20 Analysis: Jeremy McNichols was the heir to Jay Ajayi, and he flashed tremendous upside at Boise State. In two seasons of starting, he totaled 3,980 yards and 53 touchdowns. He also had 88 catches over that span, which shows his versatility. McNichols... Read More

2 years ago


T.J. Logan (RB, ARI) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Arizona Cardinals, 5.36 Dynasty Positional Rank: 100+ Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: T.J. Logan was not the starting running back for UNC, but he displayed elite speed, which is coveted by teams in the NFL. Through 49 collegiate games, Logan totaled 2,828 yards and 23 touchdowns on only 474 touches.... Read More

2 years ago

Aaron Jones (RB, GB) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Green Bay Packers, 5.36 Dynasty Positional Rank: 75 Redraft Target Round: 22-25 Analysis: Aaron Jones started two full seasons at UTEP, and he looked elite in each of those seasons. In those 24 games, Jones ran for 3,094 yards and 28 touchdowns, while adding 58 receptions for 529 yards and six touchdowns through the... Read More

2 years ago

De'Angelo Henderson (RB, DEN) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Denver Broncos, 6.19 Dynasty Positional Rank: 66 Redraft Target Round: 16-19 Analysis: De'Angelo Henderson is a small school prospect, who was highly productive during his time at Coastal Carolina. He ran for 4,635 yards, but more importantly, averaged more than 6.0 yards per carry in each of his four seasons. He also found the... Read More

2 years ago

Elijah McGuire (RB, NYJ) - 2017 NFL Rookie Profile

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, New York Jets, 6.04 Dynasty Positional Rank: 89 Redraft Target Round: 22-25 Analysis: Elijah McGuire was a productive player at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. In four seasons, he recorded 5,695 yards and 52 touchdowns on 840 total touches. He displayed tremendous versatility, as well, recording 130 receptions in those games. He displayed average... Read More

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