Romeo Doubs
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Rookie Scouting Profile: WR Romeo Doubs

Romeo Doubs (WR) Nevada Height Weight 40-Time DOB NFL Draft Dynasty ADP NFL Comp  6-2   201   4.5*  04/13/2000  Round 4-5  mid-to-late 3rd  Josh Reynolds College Production A three-star recruit out of Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, Doubs rushed for 1,757 yards and 28 touchdowns while also chipping in another 354 yards and […]

Romeo Doubs (WR) Nevada

College Production

A three-star recruit out of Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, Doubs rushed for 1,757 yards and 28 touchdowns while also chipping in another 354 yards and 5 scores as a receiver, while also starting at quarterback and tailback. In 2018 true freshman campaign at Nevada, Doubs posted a 43/562/2 line in 13 games. Was named the Wolfpack’s team MVP as a sophomore after snagging 44-of-75 targets for 649 yards and 4 TDs. Named to the First-team All-Mountain West squad as a junior after a conference-best 1,002 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns. Repeated all-conference first-team honors in 2021 with an 80/1,109/11 line and set a Nevada record with 19 grabs versus Fresno State.

Strengths

• Very good size/speed profile. 

• Has experience lining up in the slot and on the perimeter and as a punt returner.

• Good feel for leverage and dropping hips to

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Alec Pierce
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Rookie Scouting Profile: WR Alec Pierce

Alec Pierce (WR) Cincinnati Height Weight 40-Time DOB NFL Draft Dynasty ADP NFL Comp  6-3   211   4.41   05/02/2000  Day 2   2nd Round   Miles Austin College Production M.V.P of the West Suburban Conference Silver Division after playing both ways for Glenbarb West, where he also played multiple sports and ran track. […]

Alec Pierce (WR) Cincinnati

College Production

M.V.P of the West Suburban Conference Silver Division after playing both ways for Glenbarb West, where he also played multiple sports and ran track. Committed to Cincinnati in 2018, playing special teams as a freshman. Snagged 37-of-64 targets for 652 yards in 2019. Moved into the starting lineup in 2020 but was limited by a shoulder injury and COVID-shortened season. Earned Second Team All-AAC honors in 2021 after posting a 58/884/8 line on 85 targets.

Strengths

• Outstanding size/speed profile. 

• Metrics superstar with speed score (95th-percentile), 40-yard dash (90th), burst score (94th), and catch radius (98th) all registering as elite figures.

• Versatile inside/outside option who could line up at X, Y, or Z spot.

• Has the speed to

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Greg Dulcich
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Rookie Scouting Profile: TE Greg Dulcich

Greg Dulcich (TE) UCLA Height Weight 40-Time DOB NFL Draft Dynasty ADP NFL Comp  6-4   248   4.69   03/26/1999  3-4th round   3-4th round   Maxx Williams College Production In his first year as a full-time player in 2020 Dulcich was the Bruins’ best pass-catcher. Despite catching just 26 passes he led the […]

Greg Dulcich (TE) UCLA

College Production

In his first year as a full-time player in 2020 Dulcich was the Bruins’ best pass-catcher. Despite catching just 26 passes he led the team with 517 yards and five touchdowns. He excelled even further in 2021, catching 42 passes for 725 yards and five TDs. Averaging an impressive 17.3 yards per reception and was named first-team All-Pac 12.

Strengths

• Has the potential to be dangerous on all three levels. 

• Strong effort after the catch. 

• Tracks the ball well.

• Makes plays

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Erik Ezukanma
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Rookie Scouting Profile: WR Erik Ezukanma

Erik Ezukanma (WR) Texas Tech Height Weight 40-Time DOB NFL Draft Dynasty ADP NFL Comp  6-2   209   4.49   01/25/2000  4-5th   4-5   Michael Crabtree College Production Ezukanma has led Texas Tech in receiving the last three seasons despite breaking his arm prior to the 2021 season and missing time, and only […]

Erik Ezukanma (WR) Texas Tech

College Production

Ezukanma has led Texas Tech in receiving the last three seasons despite breaking his arm prior to the 2021 season and missing time, and only starting half the team’s games in 2018. In 2020 he was named first-team All-Big 12. The first Red Raider to accomplish that feat since Michael Crabtree. He was second-team last season. He’s an impressive athlete and prospect as a team captain and their best wideout.

Strengths

• Big body target with length and strength.

• Showed leadership.

• Can go up and…

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2022 Dynasty Rookie RB Rankings

For dynasty fantasy enthusiasts, the NFL Draft is the highlight of the entire season. All that hard work put into scouting, film, and rookie profiles finally play out and we get to see the results take place at the draft. Now that we know the final landing spots of all the 2022 NFL rookies, it’s […]

For dynasty fantasy enthusiasts, the NFL Draft is the highlight of the entire season. All that hard work put into scouting, film, and rookie profiles finally play out and we get to see the results take place at the draft.

Now that we know the final landing spots of all the 2022 NFL rookies, it’s time to adjust our rankings and rank the 2022 rookie class of running backs.

Following up on my pre-draft rookie rankings, here is my updated approach to how I will be approaching rookie-only drafts in 2022 and how I value the next crop of rookie rushers.

Early-Round Targets

1. Breece Hall (New York Jets) – The pre-draft 1.01, Hall was the first running back selected but wasn’t targeted until the fourth pick of Round Two. Hall’s landing spot was fine, as the Jets seemed to walk away with an impressive draft haul. However, New York also has sophomore Michael Carter on the roster, who was a popular sleeper pick in early ADP.

Expect Robert Saleh to employ a full-blown backfield by committee, with Hall as the 1A to Carter’s change-of-pace and pass-catching role. While not ideal from a fantasy perspective, Hall’s size, speed, and three-down ability should give him the edge in an ascending offense.

2. Kenneth Walker III (Seattle Seahawks) – Speaking of committee backfields, the Seahawks have three capable runners in the fold and will be a tough team to handicap. Chris Carson is expected to be fully healthy and the club also re-signed Rashaad Penny, who single-handedly won many a fantasy league with his late-season performance last year.

Walker may not have an expansive role right away, but he also boasts three-down ability and finished second in this class in explosive rush rate. Regardless of Walker’s 2022 role, both Carson and Penny are in the final year of their contracts, which opens the door for Walker to possibly be the undisputed starter in 2023.

3. Dameon Pierce (Houston Texans) – As we say often, opportunity is everything in fantasy football. And when it comes to opportunity, Pierce appears to have the best shot at opening 2022 with a starting role. All that stands in the way of the fourth-rounder from starting is aging Rex Burkhead and Marlon Mack.

Pierce flashed dynamic upside, ranking second in FBS in missed tackles forced and fourth in yards created per attempt. He was also PFF’s top-graded receiving back in all of FBS and has a pretty clear path to immediate playing time.

4. Rachaad White (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – Leonard Fournette re-signed with the Bucs but Tampa has little established depth behind their workhorse. White is an outstanding pass-catcher who could start contributing right away. At USC, White showed up outstanding versatility by lining up all over the field. He also has good size (6-0, 218) and boasted an 89th-percentile speed score.

Fournette is likely to remain Tampa’s lead dog but White was one of the top pass-catching options in this class and will give the Bucs a legitimate weapon that offers more three-down ability than Ronald Jones.

5. James Cook (Buffalo Bills) – Zay Jones truthers should be concerned because Cook is an excellent pass-catcher and Jones had clearly fallen out of favor by December. While Devin Singletary remains entrenched as the starter, he’s entering the final year of his rookie deal. Cook is actually bigger than Singletary and ran a 94th-percentile 4.42 40-yard dash. The former Georgia Bulldog has a good shot at being fantasy-relevant quite early on.

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