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Dynasty Cornerstone Rankings present both the best young dynasty NFL players from the previous two NFL rookie draft classes, along with the players who we anticipate will declare in the next NFL rookie draft class. This offers a unique comparison and insight into the relative value of young stars and upcoming rookie draft picks. Read more about Cornerstone Rankings.

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Rank Name Pos Team Age Height Weight DrYear Eligible 9/10 Bruce M 9/4 Curtis P 9/19 Kyle H 8/30 Ryan M 9/20 Travis M AVG
1 Ezekiel Elliott RB Cowboys 226'0" 225 2016 -311121.60
2 Michael Thomas WR Saints 246'3" 212 2016 -722212.80
3 Corey Davis WR Titans 226'3" 209 2017 433333.20
4 Saquon Barkley RB Penn State 205'11" 215 - 2018168845.40
5 Joe Mixon RB Bengals 216'1" 226 2017 1255666.80
6 Leonard Fournette RB Jaguars 226'0" 228 2017 -1176477.00
7 Christian McCaffrey RB Panthers 215'11" 202 2017 58117108.20
8 Derrius Guice RB LSU 205'11" 215 - 201821210988.20
9 Dalvin Cook RB Vikings 225'10" 210 2017 14441198.40
10 Jordan Howard RB Bears 226'0" 222 2016 -131313559.80
11 Kareem Hunt RB Chiefs 225'11" 216 2017 -16117161212.40
12 Courtland Sutton WR SMU 216'4" 215 - 201861615121412.60
13 Derrick Henry RB Titans 236'3" 247 2016 -15149151513.60
14 Tyreek Hill WR Chiefs 235'10" 185 2016 -181712101113.60
15 Equanimeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame 206'5" 204 - 201810916132314.20
16 Corey Coleman WR Browns 235'11" 185 2016 -171014141614.20
17 Nick Chubb RB Georgia 215'11" 213 - 201882525211318.40
18 Alvin Kamara RB Saints 215'10" 214 2017 202817171820.00
19 Evan Engram TE Giants 236'3" 234 2017 212120221720.20
20 David Njoku TE Browns 216'4" 246 2017 -222019232020.80
21 Hunter Henry TE Chargers 226'5" 250 2016 -262318251922.20
22 O.J. Howard TE Buccaneers 226'6" 251 2017 -232221242122.20
23 James Washington WR Oklahoma State 216'0" 205 - 2018243126282426.60
24 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR Steelers 206'1" 215 2017 -272733193027.20
25 John Ross WR Bengals 215'11" 188 2017 292630262928.00
26 Kalen Ballage RB Arizona State -6'2" 227 - 2018924273328.80
27 Zay Jones WR Bills 226'2" 201 2017 -301835303930.40
28 Sterling Shepard WR Giants 245'10" 194 2016 -333331322731.20
29 Calvin Ridley WR Alabama 226'1" 188 - 2018343027403232.60
30 Curtis Samuel WR Panthers 215'11" 196 2017 -403536203733.60
31 Dak Prescott QB Cowboys 246'2" 238 2016 -413832342534.00
32 Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M 205'11" 200 - 2018351943413534.60
33 Deon  Cain WR Clemson 216'1" 210 - 2018443723363635.20
34 Auden Tate WR Florida State 206'4" 209 - 2018283640393435.40
35 Kenny Golladay WR Lions 246'4" 213 2017 -464228352635.40
36 Josh Doctson WR Redskins 246'2" 206 2016 -364346293137.00
37 Chris Godwin WR Buccaneers 216'1" 209 2017 -453922384537.80
38 Taywan Taylor WR Titans 225'11" 198 2017 4332373740.00
39 Laquon Treadwell WR Vikings 226'2" 215 2016 -4729453140.60
40 C.J. Prosise RB Seahawks 236'1" 220 2016 -3234454240.80
41 Ronald Jones II RB USC 206'1" 195 - 201848422242.80
42 Cooper Kupp WR Rams 246'2" 198 2017 5034295042.80
43 Bo Scarbrough RB Alabama 236'2" 234 - 2018244043.40
44 Will Fuller WR Texans 236'0" 180 2016 -37423843.80
45 LJ  Scott RB Michigan State 216'1" 230 - 20182547504744.00
46 Samaje Perine RB Redskins 225'11" 233 2017 39473344.20
47 Marlon Mack RB Colts 215'11" 213 2017 48442844.40
48 Ameer Abdullah RB Lions 245'9" 203 2015 -314145.00
49 Richie James WR Middle Tennessee State 225'9" 180 - 2018384146.40
50 D'Onta Foreman RB Texans 216'1" 249 2017 39474847.20
51 Damarea Crockett RB Missouri 195'11" 225 - 2019384847.80
52 Akrum Wadley RB Iowa 225'11" 191 - 2018454147.80
53 Austin Hooper TE Falcons 226'3" 254 2016 -4950444648.00
54 Antonio Callaway WR Florida 205'11" 197 - 20184048.80
55 Sam Darnold QB USC 206'4" 225 - 20184249.20
56 Jonathan Williams RB Broncos 236'0" 223 2016 4349.40
57 Myles Gaskin RB Washington 205'9" 192 - 20184349.40
58 Allen Lazard WR Iowa State 216'5" 223 - 20184449.60
59 Parris Campbell WR Ohio State -6'1" 208 - 20184449.60
60 Simmie Cobbs WR Indiana 226'4" 220 - 20184650.00
61 Royce Freeman RB Oregon 216'0" 230 - 20184650.00
62 Carson Wentz QB Eagles 246'5" 237 2016 -4850.40
63 Deshaun Watson QB Texans 226'2" 221 2017 4950.60
64 Gerald Everett TE Rams 236'3" 239 2017 -4950.60
65 Mike Weber RB Ohio State 195'10" 212 - 20184950.60
66 De'Angelo Henderson RB Broncos 245'7" 208 2017 -4950.60
67 Patrick Mahomes QB Chiefs 220'0" 0 2017 5050.80

Bruce Matson - Cornerstone Rankings Top 50 - Last updated: 9/10

Rank Avg Tier Name Team Age Comments
1 5.401 Saquon Barkley Penn State 20 -
2 8.201 Derrius Guice LSU 20 -
3 1.601 Ezekiel Elliott Cowboys 22 Elliott is an incredible prospect who is running behind the best offensive line in the history of football.
4 3.201 Corey Davis Titans 22 -
5 8.201 Christian McCaffrey Panthers 21 -
6 12.601 Courtland Sutton SMU 21 -
7 2.801 Michael Thomas Saints 24 Thomas is a talented young prospect who is apart of a high volume passing attack.
8 18.401 Nick Chubb Georgia 21 -
9 28.801 Kalen Ballage Arizona State - -
10 14.201 Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 20 -
11 7.001 Leonard Fournette Jaguars 22 -
12 6.801 Joe Mixon Bengals 21 He's a very talented running back prospect in a very promising situation.
13 9.801 Jordan Howard Bears 22 From UAB to Chicago He has been productive on every team he has played for.
14 8.401 Dalvin Cook Vikings 22 -
15 13.601 Derrick Henry Titans 23 Henry is to good to not eventually take over that backfield.
16 12.401 Kareem Hunt Chiefs 22 Should eventually get the chance to take over the starting running back duties
17 14.201 Corey Coleman Browns 23 -
18 13.601 Tyreek Hill Chiefs 23 I don't think his production is sustainable and there's a good chance he could be a bust in 2017.
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20 20.001 Alvin Kamara Saints 21 Should be a PPR dynamo
21 20.201 Evan Engram Giants 23 -
22 20.801 David Njoku Browns 21 -
23 22.201 O.J. Howard Buccaneers 22 -
24 26.601 James Washington Oklahoma State 21 -
25 44.001 LJ  Scott Michigan State 21 -
26 22.201 Hunter Henry Chargers 22 -
27 27.201 JuJu Smith-Schuster Steelers 20 -
28 35.401 Auden Tate Florida State 20 -
29 28.001 John Ross Bengals 21 -
30 30.401 Zay Jones Bills 22 -
31 45.001 Ameer Abdullah Lions 24 -
32 40.801 C.J. Prosise Seahawks 23 PPR specialist with big play potential
33 31.201 Sterling Shepard Giants 24 -
34 32.601 Calvin Ridley Alabama 22 -
35 34.601 Christian Kirk Texas A&M 20 -
36 37.001 Josh Doctson Redskins 24 He will have the opportunity to be the main play-maker in Washington's offense
37 43.801 Will Fuller Texans 23 -
38 47.801 Damarea Crockett Missouri 19 -
39 44.201 Samaje Perine Redskins 22 Should be the Redskins workhorse running back.
40 33.601 Curtis Samuel Panthers 21 -
41 34.001 Dak Prescott Cowboys 24 -
42 49.201 Sam Darnold USC 20 -
43 40.001 Taywan Taylor Titans 22 -
44 35.201 Deon  Cain Clemson 21 -
45 37.801 Chris Godwin Buccaneers 21 -
46 35.401 Kenny Golladay Lions 24 -
47 40.601 Laquon Treadwell Vikings 22 Treadwell is only 21 and has tons of potential and talent.
48 42.801 Ronald Jones II USC 20 -
49 48.001 Austin Hooper Falcons 22 -
50 42.801 Cooper Kupp Rams 24 -

Curtis Patrick - Cornerstone Rankings Top 50 - Last updated: 9/4

Rank Avg Tier Name Team Age Comments
1 1.601 Ezekiel Elliott Cowboys 22 -
2 2.801 Michael Thomas Saints 24 -
3 3.201 Corey Davis Titans 22 Versatile WR lands in an offense with no alpha and a QB who does no wrong in the RZ.
4 8.401 Dalvin Cook Vikings 22 Blew up in debut, validated #1 spot
5 6.801 Joe Mixon Bengals 21 Love the jam-packed skill set.
6 5.401 Saquon Barkley Penn State 20 -
7 7.001 Leonard Fournette Jaguars 22 JAX appears to be building around him.
Tier 2
8 8.202 Christian McCaffrey Panthers 21 I foresee success resembling peak Sproles.
9 14.202 Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 20 -
10 14.202 Corey Coleman Browns 23 -
11 12.402 Kareem Hunt Chiefs 22 Andy Reid has the midas touch with versatile RBs.
12 8.202 Derrius Guice LSU 20 -
13 9.802 Jordan Howard Bears 22 -
14 13.602 Derrick Henry Titans 23 -
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16 12.602 Courtland Sutton SMU 21 -
17 13.602 Tyreek Hill Chiefs 23 -
18 30.402 Zay Jones Bills 22 Could be the alpha in BUF as soon as 2018. Should be a productive rookie.
Tier 3
19 34.603 Christian Kirk Texas A&M 20 -
20 20.803 David Njoku Browns 21 No lead dawg in CLE yet, why not Njoku?
21 20.203 Evan Engram Giants 23 Should be the 2nd option in NY by 2018.
22 22.203 O.J. Howard Buccaneers 22 Jameis knows how to prop up a TE.
23 22.203 Hunter Henry Chargers 22 -
24 43.403 Bo Scarbrough Alabama 23 -
25 18.403 Nick Chubb Georgia 21 -
26 28.003 John Ross Bengals 21 Projects to be a frustrating asset in week-to-week management leagues.
27 27.203 JuJu Smith-Schuster Steelers 20 Be patient - youngest player in the class
28 20.003 Alvin Kamara Saints 21 Kamara is probably already the Saints RB to own.
29 40.603 Laquon Treadwell Vikings 22 -
30 32.603 Calvin Ridley Alabama 22 -
31 26.603 James Washington Oklahoma State 21 -
Tier 4
32 40.004 Taywan Taylor Titans 22 -
33 31.204 Sterling Shepard Giants 24 -
34 42.804 Cooper Kupp Rams 24 High floor immediately achieved
35 33.604 Curtis Samuel Panthers 21 Not an optimal landing spot
36 35.404 Auden Tate Florida State 20 -
37 35.204 Deon  Cain Clemson 21 -
38 34.004 Dak Prescott Cowboys 24 -
39 37.804 Chris Godwin Buccaneers 21 Even if he's good, will he ever be more than the 3rd option behind Evans and Howard?
40 48.804 Antonio Callaway Florida 20 -
41 45.004 Ameer Abdullah Lions 24 -
42 35.404 Kenny Golladay Lions 24 I'm intrigued
43 37.004 Josh Doctson Redskins 24 -
44 49.604 Parris Campbell Ohio State - -
45 47.804 Akrum Wadley Iowa 22 -
46 50.004 Simmie Cobbs Indiana 22 -
47 44.004 LJ  Scott Michigan State 21 -
48 47.804 Damarea Crockett Missouri 19 -
49 50.604 Mike Weber Ohio State 19 -
50 48.004 Austin Hooper Falcons 22 -

Kyle Holden - Cornerstone Rankings Top 50 - Last updated: 9/19

Rank Avg Tier Name Team Age Comments
1 1.601 Ezekiel Elliott Cowboys 22 Exceptional talent meets great situation. Off-field issues add risk but not enough to bring him down from the top spot.
Tier 2
2 2.802 Michael Thomas Saints 24 Outstanding rookie season in one of the league's top offenses. Let's see what he can do this year as the #1 option.
3 3.202 Corey Davis Titans 22 Love the landing spot, tied to an upcoming QB and offense in general looking for a #1 WR. Be patient with his slow start.
4 8.402 Dalvin Cook Vikings 22 Took a tumble after his terrible combine but slowly working his way back up. Looks like he might earn the bell-cow role early on.
5 6.802 Joe Mixon Bengals 21 Entering a crowded backfield but could quickly emerge as lead dog.
6 7.002 Leonard Fournette Jaguars 22 Concerns are there, including foot injuries, O-line, QB play. Still so much talent.
7 12.402 Kareem Hunt Chiefs 22 Huge role in the offense just opened up for him. Reid has been known to get a lot out his lead back.
8 5.402 Saquon Barkley Penn State 20 Explosive back with exceptional speed, power and vision. Barkley and Guice are pretty much a coin clip for me.
9 13.602 Derrick Henry Titans 23 Physical freak. Probably another year or two until he becomes the lead back in that up and coming TEN offense, but that time is coming.
10 8.202 Derrius Guice LSU 20 Dynamite talent with speed, power, vision and balance. What more can you ask for?
Tier 3
11 8.203 Christian McCaffrey Panthers 21 A unique combination of running and receiving skills. A tick below the other backs in his class due to uncertainty of his role in the CAR offense.
12 13.603 Tyreek Hill Chiefs 23 The more I see of him the more I like him.
13 9.803 Jordan Howard Bears 22 Remarkable rookie season in a horrible offense. Trubisky looks promising, but is the passing game talented enough to open holes for Howard?
14 14.203 Corey Coleman Browns 23 Has speed and quickness, but injuries have slowed his growth early on. Is Kizer the long-term answer at QB?
15 12.603 Courtland Sutton SMU 21 Big bodied receiver with loads of potential. Capable of being team's #1 WR. Reminds me of Andre Johnson.
16 14.203 Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 20 Tall, lanky receiver with great body control and awareness.
17 20.003 Alvin Kamara Saints 21 Enters a crowded backfield with Ingram and Peterson, but could take on the 3rd down role in New Orleans. Sean Payton's RBs have traditional been some of the top scoring RBs in the league every year.
Tier 4
18 22.204 Hunter Henry Chargers 22 Impressive rookie season that few TEs have ever had. Gates is still hanging around, so we might have to wait another year for a true breakout.
19 20.804 David Njoku Browns 21 Unbelievable athleticism. If you're willing to be patient, he could end up being the best TE of this group.
20 20.204 Evan Engram Giants 23 TE in a WR's body. Undefined role as of now, but the Giants have had fun lining him up all over the field so far. Could be part of a scary 1-2 punch with OBJ.
21 22.204 O.J. Howard Buccaneers 22 Possibly the best overall TE in this group, but we don't get fantasy points for blocking. Should still be a red zone monster in an explosive, up-and-coming offense. Jameis loves his TEs.
22 37.804 Chris Godwin Buccaneers 21 Been a fan ever since his college days. Landing spot is crowded, but be patient with this guy. Once Jackson is gone, likely to see lots of space with Evans, Howard and Brate drawing so much attention.
23 35.204 Deon  Cain Clemson 21 Overshadowed by Mike Williams at Clemson last year, finally has a chance to be the top receiver this year. Great speed and YAC ability and excels at go routes.
24 28.804 Kalen Ballage Arizona State - Exceptional speed and receiving skills. Don't sleep on this guy.
Tier 5
25 18.405 Nick Chubb Georgia 21 Injuries have derailed his college career. Great vision and power, but lacks explosive speed.
26 26.605 James Washington Oklahoma State 21 Remarkable athlete. Has speed, quickness, agility and hands. Big 12 style of play doesn't always translate well into the NFL, but Washington could be an exception. After all, Dez Bryant is from the same school.
27 32.605 Calvin Ridley Alabama 22 Age is a little concerning, but he has shown speed and quickness. Probably underutilized at Alabama.
28 35.405 Kenny Golladay Lions 24 His hype got out of control, but there is opportunity there as a red zone threat for the Lions..
29 42.805 Cooper Kupp Rams 24 Looks like a solid possession receiver at the NFL level. Could become a favorite target of Jared Goff.
30 28.005 John Ross Bengals 21 One of the fastest players in the NFL with underrated route-running skills. Lands in a pretty good situation opposite AJ Green, but his injury history scares me. Something about being in that division and playing in cold weather turns me away.
31 31.205 Sterling Shepard Giants 24 Productive rookie season. Added competition with arrival of Marshall and Engram. Hold for better days and more targets ahead.
32 34.005 Dak Prescott Cowboys 24 Surprise MVP candidate in his rookie season. So poised. Let's see how he airs it out without Zeke for the beginning of the season.
33 27.205 JuJu Smith-Schuster Steelers 20 Solid production at USC that took a slight dip in 2016. Enters a crowded receiver group, but PIT seems to be able to get the most out of their WRs. Still only 20 years old.
Tier 6
34 40.806 C.J. Prosise Seahawks 23 Great talent that needs to stay healthy. Seattle backfield is even muddier now than it was last year.
35 30.406 Zay Jones Bills 22 Probably going to see a lot of targets in BUF this year. A little worried about his immediate production with the direction the team looks to be heading, but willing to hold on for now.
36 33.606 Curtis Samuel Panthers 21 Could fit in the slot/deep role nicely in CAR, but do he and McCaffrey limit other out a bit?
37 40.006 Taywan Taylor Titans 22 It's might take a while for him to see adequate targets, but a long-term WR2 opposite Corey Davis seems like a real possibility.
38 46.406 Richie James Middle Tennessee State 22 Plays bigger than his size. Always making plays.
39 47.206 D'Onta Foreman Texans 21 Opportunity for him to become the goal-line back. Talk of Houston scaling back Miller as well.
40 35.406 Auden Tate Florida State 20 Stepping into a prominent role at FSU this year. Large receiver that excels at deep balls with great body control reminiscent of Mike Williams.
41 47.806 Akrum Wadley Iowa 22 Older back, but very elusive runner. Jump-cuts reminiscent of Shady McCoy. Needs to clean up ball security.
42 42.806 Ronald Jones II USC 20 Exceptional speed and quickness. Pretty thin for a RB though. Not sure he fits the mold of a true NFL RB but he is electric.
43 34.606 Christian Kirk Texas A&M 20 Small, athletic receiver that projects as a slot receiver. Might not have the highest ceiling, but figures to find a solid role in the NFL.
44 48.006 Austin Hooper Falcons 22 Hunter Henry got all the love last season, but Hooper quietly put together a solid rookie season for a rookie TE. He is stepping into a larger role in an explosive ATL offense this year with a chance to be Matt Ryan's #2 receiving option behind Julio.
45 40.606 Laquon Treadwell Vikings 22 Rough first season in MIN. Not the fastest, but has exceptional size and athleticism. Still very young.
46 37.006 Josh Doctson Redskins 24 Lots of talent, but needs to stay healthy. Already missed entire rookie season and is falling behind again this year. Not the youngest either.
47 44.206 Samaje Perine Redskins 22 Built like a bowling ball with grown man strength. Could possibly be the starter before the season is done. Still a lot of questions though. Will Cousins stay long-term? How will the offense perform without McVay?
48 44.406 Marlon Mack Colts 21 Seemingly next in line behind an ageless Frank Gore. Flashes explosiveness and vision when given the ball.
49 50.606 Gerald Everett Rams 23 Hand picked by Sean McVay. Could play a large role in the offense if he outplays Higbee.
50 44.006 LJ  Scott Michigan State 21 Another big, physical back from the Big 10. Lack of speed might limit his big plays in the NFL though.

Ryan McDowell - Cornerstone Rankings Top 50 - Last updated: 8/30

Rank Avg Tier Name Team Age Comments
1 1.601 Ezekiel Elliott Cowboys 22 -
2 2.801 Michael Thomas Saints 24 -
3 3.201 Corey Davis Titans 22 -
4 7.001 Leonard Fournette Jaguars 22 -
5 9.801 Jordan Howard Bears 22 -
6 6.801 Joe Mixon Bengals 21 -
7 8.201 Christian McCaffrey Panthers 21 -
8 5.401 Saquon Barkley Penn State 20 -
9 8.201 Derrius Guice LSU 20 -
10 13.601 Tyreek Hill Chiefs 23 -
11 8.401 Dalvin Cook Vikings 22 -
12 12.601 Courtland Sutton SMU 21 -
13 14.201 Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 20 -
14 14.201 Corey Coleman Browns 23 -
15 13.601 Derrick Henry Titans 23 -
16 12.401 Kareem Hunt Chiefs 22 -
17 20.001 Alvin Kamara Saints 21 -
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19 27.201 JuJu Smith-Schuster Steelers 20 -
20 33.601 Curtis Samuel Panthers 21 -
21 18.401 Nick Chubb Georgia 21 -
22 20.201 Evan Engram Giants 23 -
23 20.801 David Njoku Browns 21 -
24 22.201 O.J. Howard Buccaneers 22 -
25 22.201 Hunter Henry Chargers 22 -
26 28.001 John Ross Bengals 21 -
27 28.801 Kalen Ballage Arizona State - -
28 26.601 James Washington Oklahoma State 21 -
29 37.001 Josh Doctson Redskins 24 -
30 30.401 Zay Jones Bills 22 -
31 40.601 Laquon Treadwell Vikings 22 -
32 31.201 Sterling Shepard Giants 24 -
33 44.201 Samaje Perine Redskins 22 -
34 34.001 Dak Prescott Cowboys 24 -
35 35.401 Kenny Golladay Lions 24 -
36 35.201 Deon  Cain Clemson 21 -
37 40.001 Taywan Taylor Titans 22 -
38 37.801 Chris Godwin Buccaneers 21 -
39 35.401 Auden Tate Florida State 20 -
40 32.601 Calvin Ridley Alabama 22 -
41 34.601 Christian Kirk Texas A&M 20 -
42 43.801 Will Fuller Texans 23 -
43 49.401 Jonathan Williams Broncos 23 -
44 44.401 Marlon Mack Colts 21 -
45 40.801 C.J. Prosise Seahawks 23 -
46 48.001 Austin Hooper Falcons 22 -
47 47.201 D'Onta Foreman Texans 21 -
48 50.401 Carson Wentz Eagles 24 -
49 50.601 De'Angelo Henderson Broncos 24 -
50 42.801 Cooper Kupp Rams 24 -

Travis May - Cornerstone Rankings Top 50 - Last updated: 9/20

Rank Avg Tier Name Team Age Comments
1 2.801 Michael Thomas Saints 24 Not crowning him king yet, but I'm okay wrapping him and TY at the end of the 1st.
2 1.601 Ezekiel Elliott Cowboys 22 If he catches more passes Zeke could be in Bell and DJ's league.
3 3.201 Corey Davis Titans 22 I'm a Titans fan. Leave me alone. Also, Corey is the best WR to enter the league since Amari.
4 5.401 Saquon Barkley Penn State 20 -
5 9.801 Jordan Howard Bears 22 -
6 6.801 Joe Mixon Bengals 21 -
7 7.001 Leonard Fournette Jaguars 22 -
8 8.201 Derrius Guice LSU 20 -
9 8.401 Dalvin Cook Vikings 22 -
10 8.201 Christian McCaffrey Panthers 21 -
11 13.601 Tyreek Hill Chiefs 23 -
12 12.401 Kareem Hunt Chiefs 22 -
13 18.401 Nick Chubb Georgia 21 -
14 12.601 Courtland Sutton SMU 21 -
15 13.601 Derrick Henry Titans 23 -
16 14.201 Corey Coleman Browns 23 -
17 20.201 Evan Engram Giants 23 -
18 20.001 Alvin Kamara Saints 21 -
19 22.201 Hunter Henry Chargers 22 -
20 20.801 David Njoku Browns 21 -
21 22.201 O.J. Howard Buccaneers 22 -
22 42.801 Ronald Jones II USC 20 -
23 14.201 Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 20 -
24 26.601 James Washington Oklahoma State 21 -
25 34.001 Dak Prescott Cowboys 24 -
26 35.401 Kenny Golladay Lions 24 -
27 31.201 Sterling Shepard Giants 24 -
28 44.401 Marlon Mack Colts 21 -
29 28.001 John Ross Bengals 21 -
30 27.201 JuJu Smith-Schuster Steelers 20 -
31 37.001 Josh Doctson Redskins 24 -
32 32.601 Calvin Ridley Alabama 22 -
33 28.801 Kalen Ballage Arizona State - -
34 35.401 Auden Tate Florida State 20 -
35 34.601 Christian Kirk Texas A&M 20 -
36 35.201 Deon  Cain Clemson 21 -
37 33.601 Curtis Samuel Panthers 21 -
38 43.801 Will Fuller Texans 23 -
39 30.401 Zay Jones Bills 22 -
40 43.401 Bo Scarbrough Alabama 23 -
41 46.401 Richie James Middle Tennessee State 22 -
42 40.801 C.J. Prosise Seahawks 23 -
43 49.401 Myles Gaskin Washington 20 -
44 49.601 Allen Lazard Iowa State 21 -
45 37.801 Chris Godwin Buccaneers 21 -
46 50.001 Royce Freeman Oregon 21 -
47 44.001 LJ  Scott Michigan State 21 -
48 47.201 D'Onta Foreman Texans 21 -
49 50.601 Deshaun Watson Texans 22 -
50 50.801 Patrick Mahomes Chiefs 22 -
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