There are a lot of guys in this draft that I think are going to make an instant impact. I’ll break down some of them and why you should think about picking them up this year in fantasy. This article was written before the Combine, so be aware that some of my opinions may change a little bit.
Dalvin Cook: The 5’11 213 pound Running Back out of Florida State is the real deal. In my opinion he's the best back in the draft. Dalvin runs a 4.46 40 yard dash which is pretty good, would maybe like to see a little bit faster because of his size but it’ll due. He can shake defenders because of his agility and athleticism. Dalvin is amazing in the open field and can burst through the hole for huge gains. You need those running back’s on your lineup who can make huge runs and rack up points. I see Dalvin being the Zeke of this year's class and making a huge impact to the fantasy game. Dalvin is going to be a very good option in PPR leagues because of his versatility and ability to catch the ball. I can see Dalvin being a good RB2 or flex in a lot of leagues.
Leonard Fournette: Fournette is a bigger back standing at 6-foot-1 and weighing in at 235 pounds. Leonard is ridiculously fast and hits the hole with a ton of force. If you stand in front of this guy, there is a good chance you get trucked. I see him also making a huge impact in fantasy this year. Although he doesn’t have good agility, if he gets a hole he's going to burst through it and make a massive gain. I see him making a huge impact in the red zone this year. Depending on his playtime I see Fournette also being a great option for a running back 2 or a flex.
Corey Davis: I really like Corey Davis out of Western Michigan. The 6-foot-3 213 pound receiver is a safe pick for any team, because of his amazing speed and agility. If you look at this guy's highlights you will see just how fast he is for being 6’3. He can shake defenders and make large gains after being hit. He is extremely versatile and can be a deep threat along with playing in the slot. With his speed, height and hands. I can see this guy having a great season. I would say Corey Davis is a good option for Dynasty League guys looking for a good receiver to add to your core. If Davis drops to the mid-to-late rounds in drafts. I totally recommend picking him up.
Mike Williams: Mike Williams out of Clemson is an absolute stud. Williams is 6’3 225 pounds and is one of the stronger receivers in college right now. He uses his size to toy with defensive backs and get himself in position to make a grab. Williams can be used in the red zone for an almost automatic touchdown if the ball is possible for him to catch. I see Williams being the first receiver off the board in the draft but I do like Corey Davis slightly more because of his agility. Williams is sure to make a good NFL receiver though and I do think that he is a viable option in the mid-to-late rounds if you need a receiver.
Honorable Mentions: John Ross, Mitch Trubisky, and Christian Mccaffrey