Week 1 Rankings

With belated fantasy drafts still running through this weekend, Week 1 Rankings will be published here until they are moved permanently to the rankings section of the site, in the coming days. 2016 Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyProsECR ™ – Expert Consensus Rankings

Nelson Spruce 750

Dynasty Rookie Spotlight: Nelson Spruce, WR St. Louis Rams

Nelson Spruce, WR St. Louis Rams Height: 6’1″ Weight: 206 Pounds Hands: 10″ Vertical Jump: 35″ Broad Jump: 9’6″ 40-Time: 4.69 NFL Comparison: Danny Coale, Jordan Shipley Mockdraftable Comps: Rashard Higgins, Hunter Sharp, Roger Lewis, Jordan Shipley, Alan Booner, Bralon Addison Scouting Notes: UDFA Nelson Spruce performed poorly on our WR route scorecards from inside

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Ricardo Louis 750

Dynasty Rookie Spotlight: Ricardo Louis, WR Cleveland Browns

Rookie Spotlight: Ricardo Louis, WR Cleveland Browns Height: 6’2″ Weight: 215 Pounds Hands- 9 1/2″ Bench Press- 18 reps Vertical Jump- 38″ Broad Jump- 132″ 40-time: 4.43 NFL Comparison: Nick Toon, Rashaun Woods, Sammie Coates, Jaelen Strong, Terrell Owens The Browns undertook a massive overhaul at the receiver position this offseason, adding four rookies from

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Brandon Wilds 750

Dynasty Rookie Spotlight: Brandon Wilds, RB Atlanta Falcons

Brandon Wilds, RB Atlanta Falcons Height- 6’1″ Weight- 222 Pounds Hands- 10 1/4″ Bench Press- 21 Reps Vertical Jump- 36.5″ Broad Jump- 118″ 40 Time- 4.54 NFL Comparison: Mikel Leshoure, Brandon Bolden, Toby Gerhart, Arian Foster Given RosterWatch Nation’s deep affection for Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman, Brandon Wilds borderline fascinates us. Easily as talented

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Wendell Smallwood 750

Dynasty Rookie Spotlight: Wendell Smallwood, RB Philadelphia Eagles

Wendell Smallwood, RB Philadelphia Eagles Height– 5’10” Weight– 208 pounds Hand Size – 9 1/4″ Vertical Jump– 33.5″ Broad Jump– 120″ 3 Cone– 6.83 seconds 40-Time– 4.47 Dynasty Rookie Draft ADP– 2.12 (RB9) NFL Comparisons: Jahvid Best, Duke Johnson, Mark Ingram, Ryan Mathews, Melvin Gordon The 2016 Philadelphia Eagles backfield is shaping up as a

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