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Over time, NFL Fantasy Football has evolved from part-time hobby to full-fledged obsession and even though the regular season is still more than three months away, it’s never to early to start researching and preparing your draft boards.
After all, you want to win — and we’re here to help you do that.
In the past, there was a general consensus that rookies should be avoided, (with the occasional exception) in NFL Fantasy Football. Like everything else in the world around us though, things have changed.
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The game has evolved, and colleges across the country are continuously developing better and better athletes. In 2014, rookie wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Mike Evans took the league by storm and gave the individuals lucky enough to own their fantasy rights a big advantage.
We could see a lot of the same from a few key rookies in 2015 as well.
Which guys, you ask?
We’re going to tell you. In fact, we’re going to do you one better. We’re going to rank our top 5 rookie prospects to keep an eye on leading up to your leagues NFL fantasy football draft.
Next: Rookie Number 5