Over the next month, we are going to profile the most relevant offensive skill position players that were selected in April’s draft (sorry O-line) in our Fantasy Relevant Rookie series. Be sure to check out our take on RBs Trent Richardson (Cleveland), David Wilson (NYG), and Doug Martin (Tampa).
Today we present an article from Pyromaniac.com that takes a look at each of the 32 teams with some insight on all of the players that heard their names called during the draft. This piece also grades each team to determine what level of fantasy impact the rookie skill position players will have for this upcoming season.
The only team to draw the highest fantasy impact grade (10) was Cleveland and for good reason as RB Trent Richardson has been considered by many as a potential RB1 based on current ADP data.
Arizona’s selection of WR Michael Floyd should result in monster numbers for Larry Fitzgerald as Floyd is likely to soften some of the double teams that were all too frequent last season. St Louis is looking to overhaul their WR corps so keep an eye on WRs Brian Quick and Chris Givens who are positioned to produce in their rookie seasons.