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Ezekiel Elliott
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Elliott will be playing behind one of the best offensive lines in football. The Ohio State product could be a Round 1 fantasy pick in his rookie season.
Laquon Treadwell
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Many expert thought Treadwell was the best WR in the draft, but he was the fourth one taken. He should quickly emerge as on of Teddy Bridgewater’s favorite targets.
Will Fuller
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The Texans traded up for the Notre Dame product, who they hope can spread the field across from DeAndre Hopkins. It might take a few years for him to fully develop at the NFL level.
Paxton Lynch
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The Super Bowl champion Broncos traded up to the No. 26 pick with the Seahawks to take Peyton Manning’s replacement.
Derrick Henry
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The Heisman Trophy winner lands with the Titans, who also have DeMarco Murray in the backfield. His fantasy production will depend on Murray’s workload.
Josh Doctson
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Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Doctson "reminded him in some ways" of A.J. Green. Fantasy owners will happily take the next A.J. Green.
Roberto Aguayo
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A kicker? Yes, a kicker. The Florida State product is arguably the best college kicker of all time and should start in every fantasy league from Day 1.
Carson Wentz
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The Eagles have a new franchise QB but it remains to be seen if he’ll be ready to start for fantasy owners in his rookie season.
Corey Coleman
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Browns coach Hue Jackson is excited about his new toy, a playmaking wide receiver from Baylor. He could be the No. 1 weapon in Cleveland immediately.
Jared Goff
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The No. 1 overall pick won’t be an immediate fantasy starter in most formats but has tremendous upside and is the new face of the Rams.

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