Tyler Ervin, RB Houston Texans Height- 5’10” Weight- 192 Pounds Hand Size- 9 1/8″ 40 Time- 4.41 Seconds Vertical Jump- 39″ Broad Jump- 130″ NFL Comparison: Ronnie Hillman, Chris Rainey, Jahvid Best Rookie Dynasty Draft ADP- 3.12 RosterWatch Rookie RB Ranking– #13 Another of GM Rick Smith’s “reaches” in order to fulfill his vision of
RosterWatch Nation, the time has come for the earliest dynasty drafts, and as always, we have you covered. Here are our initial dynasty rookie rankings. Please Note: this is not the dynasty cheat sheet. The World-Famous Cheat Sheet for Dynasty Rookie Drafts (V.1) will be available for anyone who has drafts this weekend, so keep
Dynasty Rookie Spotlight: Will Fuller WR, Houston Texans Height: 6’0″ Weight: 186 Pounds Hands: 8 1/4″ Broad Jump: 10’6″ Vertical Jump: 33.5″ 40 Time: 4.32 NFL Comparison: John Brown Be the first to know when the dynasty and redraft cheat sheets come available … sign up now for a RosterWatch PRO Membership! Coleman's Pro Day
Access the GM Rankings in the RosterWatch GM Tracker Biggest Risers: Jon Robinson, Sashi Brown, Bob Quinn, John Schneider Biggest Fallers: Ted Thompson, Mike Maccagnan, Thomas Dimitroff Seahawks GM John Schneider has climbed to the top of the mountain after an outstanding performance in the 2016 NFL Draft. He’s overtaken Steve Keim for the No.
Ezekiel Elliot RB, Ohio St. 6’0″ 225 Pounds 10 1/4″– Hands 32.5″– Vertical 118″– Broad 4.47- 40 Time NFL Comparison: Edgerrin James, Frank Gore, LaDainian Tomlinson Just look at the comparisons. We’re talking about a special player here. Historically, generational running back prospects such as Adrian Peterson, Toddy Gurley, and soon to be Leonard Fournette
Jordan Howard RB, Indiana 6’0″ 230 Pounds 9″– Hands 34″– Vertical 122″– Broad 4.59– 40 Time NFL Comparison: Andre Williams, Shonn Greene, Carlos Hyde Running back Jordan Howard could represent a nice mid-round value in the 2016 NFL Draft. He’s a workhorse who is a load to bring down, and always keeps his legs churning.
LaQuon Treadwell, WR Ole Miss 6’2″ 221 Pounds 9 1/2″ Hands 33″ Vertical 117″ Broad 4.62- 40 Time NFL Comparison: Michael Crabtree, Dwayne Bowe, DeAndre Hopkins LaQuon Treadwell has generally been considered the No. 1 overall WR prospect throughout the 2016 NFL Draft process. Although we don’t have him ranked quite that high, having attended
Josh Doctson WR, TCU 6’2″ 202 Pounds 9 7/8″– Hands 41″– Vertical 10’11”– Broad 4.50- 40 time NFL Comparison: Allen Robinson, Keenan Allen, AJ Green We have nothing but good things to say about Josh Doctson. Just look at the NFL players we compare him to. Doctson is the No.1 wide receiver in this year’s
Chris Moore, WR Cincinnati 6’1″ 206 Pounds 9 3/8” Hands 37″ Vertical 130″ Broad 6.76 3-Cone 4.53 (combine) / 4.48 (pro day) 40-time NFL Comparison: Pierre Garcon, Rishard Matthews, Andre Holmes We are 100 percent confident that Chris Moore can regularly beat nickel and dime cornerbacks in the NFL because saw it all week at
Derrick Henry 6’2 1/2″ 247 pounds 130″ – Broad Jump 37″ – Vertical 11.5 – 60 yard shuttle 22 Reps on Bench 4.54 – 40 time NFL Comparison– Arian Foster-Brandon Jacobs hybrid with more speed We felt the top come off Lucas Oil Stadium because we were in the building when Derrick Henry blew up the 2016 NFL Combine.