The 2016 NFL draft is in the books. From the Los Angeles Rams and Jared Goff at No. 1 to the Tennessee Titans and Kalan Reed at No. 253, over 250 young men now know where their NFL careers will begin. Hundreds more have signed with teams in the days since as undrafted free agents.
And now that we know where top rookies like quarterback Carson Wentz (Philadelphia Eagles, No. 2), running back Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys, No. 4) and wide receiver Corey Coleman (Cleveland Browns, No. 15) landed, it’s time to start talking in detail about how this year’s class affects the fantasy football landscape.
Will any of the first-year quarterbacks make a fantasy dent in 2016?
Besides Elliott, which tailbacks could be set for an immediate impact? And just how big a splash will “Zeke” make in Big D?
In a crowded wide receiver class with no clear-cut No. 1 prospect, which young pass-catchers should fantasy owners target?
Of course, the draft impacts much more than just the incoming players, as these rookies will also impact any number of veterans across the National Football League. Which players saw their fantasy fortunes improve, and who was left out in the cold?
To answer those questions and many more, Fantasy Sharks Senior Staff Writer Gary Davenport welcomes a pair of special guests in this week. Fantasy Sharks staff writers Trey Daubert and MJ Brown (host of the Daily Bite here on Fantasy Sharks Radio) will join the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy on Thursday, May 5, 2016 from 7-8 PM for an NFL Draft Breakdown Cinco de Mayo style.
For a fiesta of fantasy football forecasting, be sure to tune in!
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