Fantasy Football Dynasty Stock Watch: Redrafting the 2017 Rookie Draft

The game of football is highly unpredictable, as it depends on human performance in an arena where the variables are always changing. Add on to that the difficulty of player scouting, projecting athletic ability, and drafting for need, and it's easy to see how things can go wrong in an instant.

When it comes to dynasty rookie drafts, it's fair to say making massive mistakes is par for the course. The rookie landscape is littered with huge boo-boos, ranging from Trent Richardson (a.k.a., the next Adrian Peterson) to Bishop Sankey, (a.k.a., the dude who you drafted instead of Odell Beckham.)

While we are still in the early stages of development for the rookie class of 2017, it can be valuable to assess where things stand now that we've seen them play some actual NFL football. So provided the opportunity to have a do-over, how would a 2017 Rookie Draft shake out?

For the purposes of this excursive, we assumed a 0.5 PPR scoring with standard roster settings and ranked players based off their fantasy production to date, along with their efficiency, positional value, and of course, a completely subjective evaluation of expected future performance.

So let's get the clock started!