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Fantasy Football: 2011 NFL Rookie Mock Draft

Fantasy Football – 2011 Fantasy Rookie Report

Fantasy Football Draft Guide – Cheat Sheets & Player Rankings and Ahhh Rookies! They definitely have their place in Fantasy Football as. If you do your homework prior to the draft, an insanely talented rookie could be sitting there for you.

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Who would you rather have – a talented rookie with serious upside or a veteran WR3 from the Buffalo Bills? Me too.

Below is a list of the best rookie talent available in the 2011 Fantasy Football drafts and how they should do in their respective situations.

Good luck and don’t be afraid to share your thoughts about what Dave B has to say!

HERE ARE MY TOP ROOKIES FOR 2011

1. Mark Ingram (RB – New Orleans) – Ingram will get a chance to make an impact right away in New Orleans. Mini “Emmitt Smith” should bring some stability back to the Saints backfield. Pierre Thomas is brittle, Reggie Bush appears to be on his way out of town and Chris Ivory simply isn’t the answer.

Ingram is a decent mid-round flier and could end up as the most productive Rookie in Fantasy in 2011.

2. A.J. Green (WR – Cincinnati) – Green could be the only decent receiver on the Bengals lineup if Ochocinco gets his way and if Terrell Owens is indeed done as a Bengal. His 6’4”, 211 pound frame makes him Taylor-made for the NFL game and his blazing speed is something to behold.

Green is the captain of the new ship in Cincinnati and will be looking to make an impact right away – definitely draftable.

3. Julio Jones (WR – Atlanta) – The Falcons REALLY wanted Julio Jones but the fact remains that he will play second fiddle to someone named Roddy White. He is an absolute burner however and will likely look a lot like Dez Bryant did in his rookie year – up and down and learning the ropes – take a chance if you are a gambler.

4. Daniel Thomas (RB – Miami) – Thomas has a real chance to win the starting role in Miami, a team that has been dedicated to the run and should stay so. There is some doubt about Ricky Williams returning to the Fins and as always there are major concerns about the health of Ronnie Brown.

Thomas could be worth a late round flier!

5. Ryan Williams (RB – Arizona) – Obviously and perhaps necessarily, the Arizona Cardinals drafted a Running Back in the second round of the draft.

Beanie Wells and Tim Hightower are still there but if they falter, Williams’s power and speed could take over the starting role – monitor this situation closely.

6. Greg Little (WR – Cleveland) – Little is a risk – he was forced to sit out last year after getting caught accepting “gifts”. He is big – 6’3” and 220 pounds and he is stepping onto a team that failed to have a receiver reach the 500 yard mark last season. Little could be a difference maker however.

7. Mikel Leshoure (RB – Detroit) – Leshoure is a terrific compliment to the smallish, oft-injured Jahvid Best in Detroit. Leshoure could realistically become a huge part of the offense including short yardage and red zone opportunities.

8. Cam Newton (QB – Carolina) – Newton will get every chance to shine this season but the fact remains that he is largely a green talent on a terrible team. If you are drafting Cam Newton in hopes of winning your league, I’m truly sorry! [ad-8469823]

9. Leonard Hankerson (WR – Washington) – Another Miami Hurricane could make a splash in the NFL sooner than later. Hankerson has the size and athleticism to make the Big Club right away and even steal some looks away from Washington’s average WR2 Anthony Armstrong.

The QB situation in Washington is a mess but Hankerson’s talent and situation are not.

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10. Roy Helu (RB – Washington) Any Running Back in Mike Shanahan’s system is exciting and Helu is no exception. He’s big – 220 pounds and fast – sub 4.5 speed. He only has Ryan Torain and Keiland Williams ahead of him on the depth charts.

Keep a close eye on Mr. Helu.

11. Jonathan Baldwin (WR – Kansas City)
12. Torrey Smith (WR – Baltimore)
13. Kendall Hunter (RB – San Francisco)
14. Delone Carter (RB – Indianapolis)
15. Jake Locker (QB – Tennessee)
16. Christian Ponder (QB – Minnesota)
17. Titus Young (WR – Detroit)
18. Randall Cobb (WR – Green Bay)
19. Blaine Gabbert (QB – Jacksonville)
20. Andy Dalton (QB – Cincinnati)
21. Jacquizz Rodgers (RB – Atlanta)
22. Alex Green (RB – Green Bay)
23. Colin Kaepernick (QB – San Francisco)
24. Vincent Brown (WR – San Diego)
25. Kyle Rudolph (TE – Minnesota)

Pre-season is nearly upon us (we hope), so for the next few weeks we encourage you to be checking out our FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFT GUIDE for all your rankings and analysis for the upcoming league drafts that you’re going to be participating in.

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About DaveB

Dave B has been a Fantasy Football writer for us for 10 years. A couch potato wannabe, Dave’s insights have been read by 10’s of people for years. He hope’s for world peace + global relaxation. Enjoy and remember only smoke things that are completely natural.


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