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David Wilson | New York Giants | RB

2012 Experience: Rookie

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Fantasy Football Outlook: The Giants aren’t known for drafting running backs high, so consider their selection of David Wilson in the first round, an interesting choice. Wilson won’t be the starter, unless Ahmad Bradshaw should have continued problems with his feet.

Expect Bradshaw to wear down at some point, and Wilson will be a valuable hold in fantasy leagues.

Wilson’s never-say-die attitude, is a plus and a minus depending of he’s wise enough to know when to go down. Not the biggest guy, I have to wonder whether Wilson will be more like Cadillac Williams?

Matt Waldman put together a great two-part writeup on the pros and cons of Wilson’s game coming out of college. I recommend you take some time and read them, if you’re considering Wilson in your dynasty league.

Impressing In Camp

Early in OTAs Wilson is impressing this coaches and teammates, and that shouldn’t be a surprise to us. What will be important to see is if he can develop the patience to wait for his holes to open up, when the lights turn on, in the preseason?

In my dynasty drafts this summer, I have Wilson ranked as the third running back to target off the board, behind the obvious choices of Trent Richardson and Doug Martin. Look to Wilson as a player you will have to hold on your depth chart early, but he could help you win a championship, if and when Bradshaw goes down.

Rushing Stats Receiving Stats
Attempts Yards TD Rec Yards TD
2012 Projected Stats  142  795  3  16  109  0
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Summer of 2012: Fantasy Projection

The Giants aren’t known for drafting running backs high, so consider their selection of David Wilson in the first round, an interesting choice. Wilson won’t be the starter, unless Ahmad Bradshaw should have continued problems with his feet.

Expect Bradshaw to wear down at some point, and Wilson will be a valuable hold in fantasy leagues.

Wilson’s never-say-die attitude, is a plus and a minus depending of he’s wise enough to know when to go down. Not the biggest guy, I have to wonder whether Wilson will be more like Cadillac Williams?

Matt Waldman put together a great two-part writeup on the pros and cons of Wilson’s game coming out of college. I recommend you take some time and read them, if you’re considering Wilson in your dynasty league.

Impressing In Camp

Early in OTAs Wilson is impressing this coaches and teammates, and that shouldn’t be a surprise to us. What will be important to see is if he can develop the patience to wait for his holes to open up, when the lights turn on, in the preseason?

In my dynasty drafts this summer, I have Wilson ranked as the third running back to target off the board, behind the obvious choices of Trent Richardson and Doug Martin. Look to Wilson as a player you will have to hold on your depth chart early, but he could help you win a championship, if and when Bradshaw goes down.

Rushing Stats Receiving Stats
Attempts Yards TD Rec Yards TD
2012 Projected Stats 142 795 3 16 109 0

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