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2007 NFL Fantasy Rookie Preview

2007 NFL Fantasy Draft Guide - July 12th 9:00 am
By: Dave B. - Senior Fantasy Football Editor - Wager On
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The next installment of our preseason NFL draft guide for fantasy football is the 2007 Rookie preview, which includes opinion and facts to help you decide if you should be drafting any of this years rookie class for your fantasy team. We try to shed light on the big names and the no-names by commenting on the top 15 rookie offensive weapons around the NFL.

Fantasy Rookie Rankings - This year, there are several players who I would consider taking a chance on. And while it might be too big of a risk to spend a high pick on a rookie, the reward could be substantial if you can get him in the mid-to-late rounds. Here are my Top 15 Rookies for 2007. All players are given a thumb up or a thumb down for immediate and projected future impact. How about it, owners? Email me your thoughts.

2007 Fantasy Football Rookies
Cheat Sheets & Rankings For NFL Rookies
1. Calvin Johnson
(WR - Detroit)
Another new Lions WR taken in the draft. I'm thinking he'll be the opposite of Mike Williams and Charles Rogers though. OC Mike Martz's offense and wide open philosophy ensures lots of opportunities for the sure handed Johnson. Calvin Johnson should step in and start alongside Roy Williams right away. (2 Thumbs Up)
2. JaMarcus Russell (QB - Oakland) What a boost this is for the horrible Raiders offense, and what a jolt of excitement this rookie should bring to the Oakland area. The question is When? If he isn't ready right away it will either be Josh McCown or Andrew Walter. Has to show accuracy and understanding of NFL defenses to make him a valuable fantasy asset. Oh and the Raiders need an offensive line to protect him. (1 Thumb Down)
3. Adrian Peterson (RB - Minnesota) I like many of the other top draft guru's pegged AP as the most ready RB in the draft class of 2007. But problem is he may not be fantasy ready if Chester Taylor remains the Vikings primary back. Beware of RBBC with AP in 2007 folks. Of course, it's the long term we care about the most--and can predict the least. (2 Thumbs Up)
4. Brady Quinn
(QB - Cleveland)
#22 overall?? Are you kidding me? Man was that ever funny to watch. That aside there's little question he's going to eventually be DAMAN in Cleveland. His experience in a pro style offense under Charlie Weis at Notre Dame could accelerate his learning curve. He has the arm, mobility and brains to excel, and he's surrounded by skill talent. (Thumbs 1/2 Way Up)
5. Marshawn Lynch (RB - Buffalo) AP got the most pre-draft ink, but Lynch and Jackson (#6) step into situations where they may become useful to both fantasy and reality teams right from the get go. Keep an eye on training camp and see how Lynch is making it out in the battle with the A-Train. This first-rounder is explosive, and generates power for his size (5'11", 217). (Thumbs Up)
6. Brandon Jackson (RB - Green Bay) Second round pick Jackson will compete with Morency for touches in the Packers offense. He fits the teams zone scheme and has better hands and size than Morency for starters so I think he'll be the man by week 5. With a bit more bulk and polish, he can be a complete back. To boot Farve has mentioned that he loves this kid. (Thumbs Up)
7. Dwayne Bowe
(WR - Kansas City)
Expect first round pick Bowe to challenge Sammy Parker for a ton of playing time. He is the most refined WR on the team already in my opinion. He is tough, physical, and makes sharp cuts, has quick feet and tackle-breaking ability. I'm just not sure if he is ready to be a steady NFL starter just yet, so he's not exactly what you need. (Thumbs 1/2 Way Up)
8. Robert Meachem (WR - New Orleans) Was the 27th overall pick out of Tennessee. He has speed and size but is there room for him in the New Orleans offense? If there is you show me?! Bush, McAllister, Colston, Copper, Henderson, TE Johnson..where does he fit in?? Due to iffy technique, he probably isn't ready to do more than stretch the field as a rookie. (Thumbs Down)
9. Anthony Gonzalez (WR - Indianapolis) The Colts view first round pick Gonzalez as a younger faster version of slot man Brandon Stokely. Gonzalez is a similar player--with more ability. He should beat out Aaron Morehead for the #3 job catching balls from Manning, but watch the camp battle. Gonzalez should come up with some bigtime plays like he did at Ohio St. but the rest of his game isn't refined enough for him to be a regular threat. (1 Thumb Up)
10. Tedd Ginn Jr.
(WR - Miami)
Tell me if you agree with me on my prediction of how Ginn plays out in his first year in Miami. He has unreal speed and that should pay immediate dividends on punt and kick returns, so grab him for individual leagues awarding pts for special teams plays. But he's green at receiver and could feel early pressure as the Guy Miami Picked Instead of Brady Quinn. At 180 lbs his ability to stay healthy is a concern. (1 Thumb Down)
11. Craig Davis
(WR - San Diego)
He wasn't drafted to look pretty standing on the sidelines but how many balls will there be for Davis after LT and Gates get theirs? You decide! I think there will be enough IF he is a starter, so watch the camp battle. He could contribute immediatly if his route running is more precise. I just don't know how he's a red zone target with Osgood and Floyd around in the mix at WR as well. (1 Thumb Down)
12. Drew Stanton
(QB - Detroit)
The Lions tabbed local boy Stanton in the second round to be their QB of the future. His disappointing senior season at Michigan State cost him a spot in the first round. But with the arm, size and mobility of an NFL starter, Stanton just needs seasoning, and to improve his consistency and accuracy. He could play for the Lions this year. (Thumbs 1/2 Way Up)
13. John Beck
(QB - Miami)
Beck is a smart young kid, knows where to go with the ball and has all the make up of a top young QB prospect. The key word there though, prospect. With Green and Lemon ahead of him on the depth chart. I don't see him making a fantasy impact this year. I could be wrong though, he knows all the tricks of the trade and could play sooner. (Thumbs Down)
14. Michael Bush
(RB - Oakland)
Fourth round pick Bush has great size and vision and a ton of potential. But will he see the field in the crowded situation there in Oakland with Jordan and super bowl winner Dominic Rhodes in town? A broken leg wiped out his senior season at Louisville. If he returns at 100%, Bush gives Oakland a huge, versatile back. (Thumbs Down)
15. Dwayne Jarrett
(WR - Carolina)
The longterm solution to releasing Keyshawn after the draft is clearly Jarrett. He just may take some time to adjust to the pro game. Which means vet Drew Carter could steal his touches. He's not a speedster, but he can flat out win the ball in the air. The Panthers clearly expect Jarrett to start, and soon. With his size (6'5"), he deserves a late look on draft day, so take a flyer on him. (Thumbs Up)
Best Of The Rest: Steve Smith (WR - Nyg), Tony Hunt (RB - Phi), Greg Olsen (TE - Chi), Zach Miller (TE- Oak), Brian Leonard (RB/FB - St.L), Kenny Irons (RB - Cin), Dwayne Wright (RB - Buf), Garrett Wolf (RB - Chi), Kevin Kolb (QB - Phi)

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