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Last year, two rookie wide receivers finished as top-30 players at their position: Justin Blackmon (#28) of the Jacksonville Jaguars, the draft’s top rookie-WR, and T.Y. Hilton (#24) of the Indianapolis Colts, the small-school
As a follow on to my post about Eddie Lacy in which I offered that I tend not to pay attention to Speed Scores for running backs because usage is so much more important, I thought I would post on Knile Davis, who has a ridiculous Speed Score.