2015 dynasty rookie year in review

Joey Cartolano takes a look back at the year that was for the NFL's rookie class from a dynasty perspective.

| 1 year ago
(Jeff Haynes/AP Images for Panini)

(Jeff Haynes/AP Images for Panini)

2015 dynasty rookie year in review

Another NFL regular season has sadly come to a close, which means that the rookies we have been keeping tabs on in this space all year will soon enter the first full offseason in the NFL. We now have a full season’s worth of data to go on, and have a good idea of who has what it takes to make it at the pro level. At the same time, these players are extremely young and haven’t yet reached their ultimate production frontier, which enables serious value creation opportunities in dynasty leagues for savvy owners.

Below are my top 30 NFL rookies for dynasty purposes heading into draft season, along with recommendations of how they should be treated as assets in the coming months.

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Joey Cartolano has been contributing dynasty, redraft, developmental and DFS content since 2013. He also makes regular appearances on PFF Radio's Dynasty Slant.

  • Jared Davis

    No Willie Snead?

    • Kevin Cole

      2015 was Snead’s second year. He bounced around a few teams but never played in 2014.

  • Vic Hedges

    If there is one thing I don’t like, it is referencing inaccurate information in an opinion piece. David Cobb actually rushed for 73 yards, putting his ypc average at 3.8. A small issue but accuracy ought to be paramount.

    • Joey

      Weird- the PFF stats are still showing 94 but you’re right- everyone else shows 73