2016 All-Rookie Fantasy Mock Draft

2016 All-Rookie Fantasy Mock Draft


2016 All-Rookie Fantasy Mock Draft

1.01 Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State An every-down back ready to step into a feature role
1.02 Derrick Henry RB Alabama At minimum he’s a goal line stud and between the tackles hammer
1.03 Laquan Treadwell WR Ole Miss Not a freakish athlete, but still the likely top WR off the board
1.04 Corey Coleman WR Baylor Might have the most upside of any WR in this class
1.05 Josh Doctson WR TCU A big WR who makes the contested catches
1.06 Will Fuller WR Notre Dame Fast enough at the Combine to run away from drop concerns
1.07 Sterling Shepard WR Oklahoma At worst he projects to be an elite slot receiver—which isn’t a
bad floor to have
1.08 Kenneth Dixon RB Louisiana Tech Workhorse with a nose for the end zone
1.09 Devontae Booker RB Utah Size, pass-catching ability will get him touches wherever he lands
1.10 Tyler Boyd WR Pittsburgh Solid all-around game will get him on the field sooner rather than later


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2.01 Michael Thomas WR Ohio State Underused at Ohio State or just another big fast disappointment?
2.02 Alex Collins RB Arkansas Capable of between the tackles carries, which could translate at
the stripe as well
2.03 Leonte Carroo WR Rutgers Off-the-field red flags limit potential destinations, but has
star-level skills
2.04 Paul Perkins RB UCLA Has the versatility, if not the athleticism, to contribute
2.05 Jordan Howard RB Indiana Less hyped than last year’s Hoosier RB, but maybe more
2.06 Braxton Miller WR Ohio State Can the athleticism translate to an NFL role?
2.07 Rashard Higgins WR Colorado State Massive production against lesser competition; will it translate?
2.08 Pharaoh Cooper WR South Carolina Elite after-catch playmaking skills, but needs lots of work as
a route-runner
2.09 Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State Has the arm and size to contribute, though maybe not right away
2.10 Jared Goff QB California Another QB with all the tools, but not an immediate starter like
Winston or Mariota


3.01 Jonathan Williams RB Arkansas Could turn out to be the better Arkansas RB if he can stay healthy
3.02 CJ Prosise RB Notre Dame Low mileage due to position switches, but all the tools to succeed
3.03 Daniel Lasco RB California Pass-catching backs from Cal have worked out well in the NFL
3.04 Malcolm Mitchell WR Georgia Tons of athleticism, but still raw and needs to stay healthy
3.05 Josh Ferguson RB Illinois Experience as a receiver and in the return game could get him
on the field early
3.06 Paxton Lynch QB Memphis The third wheel in a 2-QB race, but that could net him the
best landing spot
3.07 Tyler Ervin RB San Jose State All purpose threat could carve out a PPR role as a third-down back
3.08 Kenyan Drake RB Alabama Plenty of speed, but projects as a returner/committee back at best
3.09 Hunter Henry TE Arkansas Productive rookie tight ends are rare; landing spot will be key
3.10 Connor Cook QB Michigan State If he winds up at the end of R1 in Denver, there’s big upside here

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