Top 100 Fantasy Football Rookies w/ IDP and Commentary


  1. Todd Gurley, RB STL:  Not the best landing spot for Gurley, but Jeff Fisher loves to run the ball, and made an attempt in the draft to start rebuilding the O-Line.   If Foles can get some of the magic from 2013 back he has some decent pieces to work with including Brian Quick, Stedman Bailey, and Kenny Britt; And this could help open up the offense for Gurley and make up for a below-average O-Line.  This offense may not be as bad of as some make it out to be.  Gurley was the best talent available in the draft.  Player Comparison: Adrian Peterson
  2. Amari Cooper, WR OAK:  Immediate starter, and clear-cut top WR on my board despite landing in Oakland.  Not a great supporting cast, but he will be a target monster, and a great PPR asset.  Lets hope one of the Crabtree/Streater/Holmes group can take some of the attention away from Cooper to allow for big plays.  Cooper is a complete player with game-changing ability to win downfield.  Needs to work on concentration and drops, but he caught everything at the NFL Scouting Combine.  Player Comparison: Marvin Harrison
  3. Kevin White, WR CHI:  Will play 1B to Jeffery’s 1A, and has the highest upside of any WR in the 2015 draft class.  White lacks the polish of Amari Cooper, but has blazing-fast speed, will go after the ball, and caught everything in 2014 at West Virginia.  Needs to work on blocking.  Player Comparison: Roddy White
  4. Melvin Gordon, RB SD:  If Gurley is not 100% by Week 1, I see Gordon as the most productive fantasy back early in the season.  I am not as high on him as most, but he landed in a great situation, and should earn feature back duties early on.  Woodhead could take away some PPR potential.  Has the ability to create for himself and turn small gains into big ones, however he needs to improve as an interior runner.  Player Comparison: Robert Smith
  5. DeVante Parker, WR MIA:  Has WR1 potential, but role is not defined as of yet with plenty of passing game options currently in Miami.  Should be ahead of Kenny Stills and Greg Jennings on the depth chart by Week 1.  Catches everything in sight, but needs to be more physical.  Parker doesn’t have top-end speed like Cooper or White, but still find ways to make explosive plays. Is apparently tearing it up at OTA’s.  Player Comparison: Greg Jennings

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