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Top 25 Rookie Rankings for Dynasty Drafts

Top 25 Rookie Rankings for Dynasty Drafts Profiled players include Giovani Bernard, Eddie Lacy, Tavon Austin, Montee Ball, and Le'Veon Bell.

Interesting that the Seahawks drafted the 5-foot-10, 220-pounder in the second round with Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin on the roster. Should Lynch miss games due to suspension or physical wear-and-tear, Michael could rush his way into a starting gig. Should the Seahawks let Lynch walk next offseason, Michael could be the starter.

Not a home run threat, but Woods is solid in all areas and rather productive . That might not sound sexy, but compared to the recent WR2 options in Buffalo, that description is Mila Kunis.

Has top-10 NFL draft value, but injuries crushed his immediate value. The 49ers swooped in with a strong rainy day-type move and by the time Lattimore heals, Frank Gore could be heading out the door. Not a 2013 option.

Talk about a door opening for a young receiver. Playing with Tom Brady is cool enough, but with so many injuries and so much positional turnover, the 6-foot-3 vertical threat could fly up the Patriots depth chart. Undrafted rookie Kenbrell Thompkins is another Pats newbie receiver making noise.

Went from a potential first round pick to landing with the Bolts in round three because of knee concerns. When healthy, the 6-foot-3 target is a force, one that posted a 98-1343-6 stat line in 2011. Besides, the Chargers needed a WR overhaul even before Danario Alexander's season-ending injury.

We'll find out soon enough if the Bills reached or wisely took the next mobile QB off the assembly line. Would feel better about Manuel if the Bills were a touch more settled, but he will play with C.J. Spiller, Stevie Johnson, Woods.

What's not to like about the Steelers' track record with middle-round wide receivers? This one isn't the tallest of targets, but the 5-foot-11 Wheaton runs a scary 4.45 forty-time.

His pass-catching ability combined with the Packers' aerial attack makes Franklin a potential PPR gem, even with Lacy in the mix. However the former UCLA product disappointed in his first training camp and opens the season deep the Green Bay's RB rotation. He could emerge as the Packers' thrird-down back during the season.

The Cowboys love what they have in the 6-foot pass catcher who rushed for over 1,400 yards at Oklahoma State last season. Then factor in the rather large DeMarco Murray injury concern and Dallas is already lacking a proven backup. Yeah, Randle is intriguing as a draft-and-stash option.