I’d grab the top-tier guys late round one, early round two in deeper leagues. There’s a few rookies that could help out. Generally they don’t get going until year two. One rookie cracks my top 30. Keenan Allen was the rare rookie last season to go over 1,000 yards and should build off that.
Many fantasy leauges have ditched the touchdown heavy scoring. yardage and receptions have boosted the overall scoring. Even kick return points for indiviual returners have caught on. A mostly over looked stat in fantasy. It can make an average player a real asset to your team. Darren Sproles is the king when it comes to this area. Another reason to grab him higher than most would think. Let’s take a look at some of the top all-purpose players since 2009.