As I’ve read too much, things are being based on Draft position and not the situation that a Rookie arrives in with his new team.

 

1.Dameon Pierce (RB) Texans

I talk about tread on the tire.  Pierce electrified yet didn’t have a high number of touches at Florida.  Just look at the roster, he starts out at worst as Short Yardage and Goalline RB.  The truth, is Mack and Burkhead are change of pace while Pierce is the guy early on.

 

 

2.Tyler Allgeier (RB) Falcons

Mike Davis is gone, Patterson is more of a chess piece.  Allgeier has the ability to come and pound the football and feed off some read options with either Mariota or Ridder.  We know Arthur Smith loves his power RB, Allgeier fits the bill.

 

3.Kenneth Walker III (Seahawks)

The Seahawks have a lot of “guys at RB”.  The truth is, this will be the GUY.  All around stud, who can break tackles, find holes and hit home runs.  It’ll be very early on that he’ll be racking up numbers behind a new O-Line and QB situation that is a disaster.

4.Breece Hall (RB) Jets

I like the player, he’s also splitting carries with a solid Sophmore in Michael Carter on an ever improving offense.  Talent wise, he’s 1 or 2, you NEED to evaluate the situation and tendencies.

 

5)Zamir White (RB) Raiders

The signs to tell you Josh McDaniels has taken over.  Three first round picks, fifth-year options weren’t picked up incluing Josh Jacobs.  Bolden is an emergency 3rd down back and Drake is a huge unknown.  I truly expect Jacobs traded by midseason.  White will bring run skills and Goalline touches.

 

Any questions or debate @e2gfounder