The depth of that talent has the ability to change the look of this year’s draft. The normal school of thought is “If you need a quarterback, take the best one and take him early.” The problem with that theory is, you probably need other positions too, and you’ll end up sacrificing talent elsewhere to get a shot at a franchise quarterback.
It all starts in the trenches on both sides of the ball. We all know this. NFL teams know this. Be that as it may, life happens, injuries occur and some players just don’t pan out the way we projected or expected them to. The end result: a patchwork unit that is inconsistent and unable to compete at a championship level.
The NFL Draft is still a couple of weeks away, and because of that, the individual value of pretty much every player in the 2016 NFL rookie class is yet to be determined. Be that as it may, there are a handful of running backs who you’ll want to keep a close eye on during the late rounds as well as the subsequent period where undrafted players are signed as free agents.