5 Rookies Who Should Impact Fantasy Football in 2016
Projecting rookie production in fantasy football each season can feel like a fool’s errand at times. Rookies can be overhyped early on -- in terms of their expected role with their new team -- and be overdrafted as a result.
Sure, there seems to be a Todd Gurley (RB5 in 2015) or Odell Beckham (WR5 in 2014) every year, but there are also the Melvin Gordon (RB53 in 2015) and Bishop Sankey (RB43 in 2014) types of the world, too.
As teams wrap up their offseason training activities and prep for the upcoming training camps, which rookies should we keep an eye on to make an immediate impact in 2016? Let's take a look at five of them.