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2013 Dynasty Rookie Rankings

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2012 Top Dynasty Rankings – Rookie Drafts

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1 Trent Richardson, RB CLE
2 Doug Martin, RB TB
3 Andrew Luck, QB IND
4 Robert Griffin III, QB Was
5 David Wilson, RB NYG
6 Ronnie Hillman, RB DEN
7 Justin Blackmon, WR CHI
8 Michael Floyd, WR JAX
9 Alshon Jeffery, WR ARZ
10 Ryan Tannehill, QB MIA
11 Kendall Wright, WR TEN
12 Coby Fleener, TE IND
13 Rueben Randle, WR NYG
14 Isaiah Pead, RB STL
15 Lamar Miller, RB MIA
16 Dwayne Allen, TE IND
17 Brandon Weeden, QB CLE
18 Ryan Broyles, WR DET
19 Mohamed Sanu, WR CIN
20 Stephen Hill, WR NYJ
21 Brian Quick, WR STL
22 LaMichael James, RB SF
23 Joe Adams, WR CAR
24 Chris Givens, WR STL
25 Juron Criner, WR OAK
26 Ladarius Green, TE SD
27 Orson Charles, TE CIN
28 Bernard Pierce, RB BAL
29 Russell Wilson, QB SEA
30 A.J. Jenkins, WR SF
31 Greg Childs, WR MIN
32 Adrien Robinson, TE NYG
33 Marvin Jones, WR CIN
34 Ryan Lindley, QB ARZ
35 Robert Turbin, RB SEA
36 Jarius Wright, WR MIN
37 Cyrus Gray, RB KC
38 Boom Herron, RB CIN
39 T.J. Graham, WR BUF
40 LaVon Brazill, WR IND
41 T.Y. Hilton, WR IND
42 Nick Toon, WR NO
43 B.J. Cunningham, WR MIA
44 Michael Smith, RB TB
45 Terrance Ganaway, RB NYJ
46 Edwin Baker, RB SD
47 Evan Rodriguez, TE CHI
48 Chris Polk, RB PHI
49 B.J. Coleman, QB GB
50 Brock Osweiler, QB DEN
51 Jeff Fuller, WR MIA
52 Chris Rainey, RB PIT
53 Danny Coale, WR DAL
54 Vick Ballard, RB IND
55 Tauren Poole, RB CAR
56 Bryce Brown, RB PHI
57 Michael Egnew, TE MIA
58 Taylor Thompson, TE TEN
59 Dale Moss, WR GB
60 Keshawn Martin, WR HOU
61 Marvin McNutt, WR PHI
62 Nick Foles, QB PHI
63 Alfred Morris, RB WAS

2011 Top Dynasty Rankings – Rookie Drafts

Rankings Last Updated – August 21st

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As is the case with most rookie drafts in dynasty / keeper leagues you’re probably going to want the immediate impact players as the top options on the list. Those tend to be running backs, unless you believe in a specific receiver(s) or quarterback(s) from that years draft class, that could provide big time upside in the coming years.

While 2011 has its share of quarterbacks drafted in the first two rounds I can’t say with any confidence that any of these quarterbacks will be studs in the future. Christian Palmer has the best team around him but his health concerns and the presence of Adrian Peterson don’t project him as a great long term option. Blaine Gabbert or Jake Locker would probably be my favorite long term options but with so much change either happening or projected to happen (Jack DelRio should be fired after this season) it’s hard to say what their future’s will look like.

At receiver I love Julio Jones’s situation but the presence of Roddy White will probably stunt his ability to be a top ten receiver for fantasy football in the future. This year he’s listed third on our dynasty rankings and the top receiver to take over A.J. Green of the Bengals.

Most years I would never put a kicker on the list, but I’ve made an exception with Eagles new place kicker Alex Henery this season. Henery finished his career with Nebraska with the highest kicking percentage in NCAA history, and he didn’t do it by just banging out the short field goals. As long as Andy Reid is with the Eagles, Henery could be the next great kicker for more than fifteen years for fantasy football.

As for running backs Mark Clayton heads the pack followed by Daniel Thomas of the Dolphins. As you may have noticed by now I have Colts running back Delone Carter as the fourth option to own. Joseph Addai is a free agent, and the Colts are projected to part ways with former for rounder Donald Brown (major disappointment in their eyes) after this season.

Carter fits the mold of what the Colts look for in a starting running back and should threaten for ten touchdowns in his rookie season. He makes for a respectable runner to own, and he’s worth keeping an eye on.

1

Mark Ingram (RB)

Saints

2

A.J. Green (WR)

Bengals

3

Julio Jones (WR)

Falcons

4

Denarius Moore (WR)

Raiders

5

Daniel Thomas (RB)

Dolphins

6

Delone Carter (RB)

Colts

7

Kendall Hunter (RB)

49ers

8

Stevan Ridley (RB)

Patriots

9

Cam Newton (QB)

Panthers

10

Blaine Gabbert (QB)

Jaguars

11

Colin Kaepernick (QB)

49ers

12

Torrey Smith (WR)

Ravens

13

Roy Helu (RB)

Redskins

14

Greg Little (WR)

Browns

15

Greg Salas (WR)

Rams

16

Bilal Powell (RB)

Jets

17

Alex Green (RB)

Packers

18

Shane Vereen (RB)

Patriots

19

Lance Kendricks (TE)

Rams

20

DeMarco Murray (RB)

Cowboys

21

Jake Locker (QB)

Titans

22

Titus Young (WR)

Lions

23

Christian Ponder (QB)

Vikings

24

Andy Dalton (QB)

Bengals

25

Alex Henery (K)

Eagles

26

Leonard Hankerson (WR)

Redskins

27

Jonathan Baldwin (WR)

Chiefs

28

Austin Pettis (WR)

Rams

29

Taiwan Jones (RB)

Raiders

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Evan Royster (RB) Redskins, Jacquizz Rodgers (RB) Falcons, , Kyle Rudolph (TE) Vikings, , Rob Housler (TE) Cardinals,


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