Mahomes II finished second in the Big 12 with his 15 deep pass touchdowns in 2016.
Adams was PFF's highest graded safety among 243 qualified players at his position in the NCAA last year.
A lofty goal of 1,900 yards could be possible for Ajayi, who finished with 1,295 on the ground despite playing sparingly in Weeks 1-4.
Newton underwhelmed in 2016, a year removed from his best season as a pro.
With a full year under his belt, can the former No. 1 overall pick outplay Wentz, the former No. 2 overall selection.
Daniels, an undrafted free agent from Washington, could add versatility to a relatively inexperienced Colts TE corps.
Lynch may be closing the gap on incumbent starter Trevor Siemian for Broncos QB1.
Hargrave's role as a rookie expanded quickly after injuries to the Pittsburgh defensive line.
PFF's Cam Mellor highlights 2016's best offensive linemen, based on PFF's pass-blocking efficiency measurement.
Daniel Kelley recaps the biggest football news from Sunday, including a bigger job for a breakout edge defender.
Addison had a very productive 2016, leading to reports that he should see more playing time in 2017.
Misi had neck surgery last year and hasn't yet been cleared to return to action. PFF looks at the production he offers when healthy.
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