Originally published April 29, Ito Smith Could Be The Next Atlanta RB Super Sleeper is part of our Memorial Day weekend free look at the best of RotoViz. The Atlanta Falcons drafted Ito Smith 126th overall with the 26th pick in the fourth round. As the 11th running back off the
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The University of Pennslyvania is known for many things: being America’s first university, it’s Ivy League education, the Wharton School of Business, and building the first general-purpose digital computer. Football, on the other hand, doesn’t immediately come to mind for the school in Philadelphia. However, we shouldn’t overlook their latest draftee, Justin Watson. He was
Nyheim Hines was drafted 104th overall by the Indianapolis Colts. Heading into the draft, Hines was ranked 10th in the RotoViz Scouting index and now has been selected as the ninth running back off the board.
With the NFL Draft come and gone, let’s look at some of the big winners and losers from the group of veteran players who were hoping they’d still have starting jobs come Monday.
DaeSean Hamilton was drafted 113th overall by the Denver Broncos and was the 14th wide receiver selected in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Cedrick Wilson began his career at Coffeyville Community College before transferring to Boise State. He went on to become one of the most prolific and explosive wide receivers to play at the FBS level this century. After being selected by the Cowboys with the 208th pick,
With the release of veteran C.J. Anderson, it seemed inevitable that the Denver Broncos would another running back to the stable during the draft. After most of the high-profile backs had slipped by, they selected Royce Freeman with the 71st overall pick. Following a highly productive collegiate career at Oregon, Freeman joins a
Justin Jackson finished his career at Northwestern ranked 11th in yards rushing and 10th in yards from scrimmage in college football history. Despite this prolific statistical resume, Jackson stayed under the radar for the majority of draft season. Now a member of the Los Angeles Chargers,