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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2023 Half PPR Draft Rankings

Ezekiel Elliott Note
Ezekiel Elliott photo 101. Ezekiel Elliott RB
I was vehemently against drafting Ezekiel Elliott across all formats in 2022. I was convinced that his best days were behind him and that Tony Pollard was the clear-cut better running back in the Dallas backfield. And I felt like the stance was mostly correct. Zeke finished as RB19 versus Pollard's RB7 status. Elliott posted career lows in yards per carry (3.7), receptions and targets. But he was an absolute TD monster, finishing second in expected touchdowns with 12 real rushing scores. Only Joe Mixon and Jamaal Williams totaled more carries inside the 10-yard line than Elliott. And ultimately the scoring was what made Zeke a usable fantasy asset especially after he returned from injury. He scored eight touchdowns from Weeks 11-17. However, with his potential return to Dallas surely coming with a large pay cut, there's no guarantee that Elliott maintains his previous role if Pollard becomes the highest-paid RB on the roster.
8 weeks ago
Kareem Hunt Note
Kareem Hunt photo 108. Kareem Hunt RB
There should have been a stronger case made that the Browns offense would struggle in 2022, making Kareem Hunt a tough bet to also deliver as the 1B to Nick Chubb's 1A. Hunt's bizarre lack of usage is what really held him back, but highly drafting No. 2 RBs in offenses with major question marks or turnovers is a tough sell. Hunt played over 50% of the snaps once all year (Week 1) and averaged just 9.4 touches per game, which ranked outside the top 50 running backs in 2022. In 2021, Hunt averaged nearly 3 more touches per game. The 2023 free-agent rusher was also not particularly efficient with a career-low 3.8 yards per carry. His days in Cleveland are most certainly over which opens the door for him to return to fantasy RB1 status as a new team's bellcow.
8 weeks ago
Leonard Fournette Note
Leonard Fournette photo 111. Leonard Fournette RB
Tom Brady's retirement might mark the end of Leonard Fournette with the Buccaneers. The team is pressed up versus the salary cap (31st in available salary cap space) and they have a potential out in Fournette's contract in 2023. Brady was pretty vocal about supporting Fournette through all his ups and downs during his Buccaneers' tenure, so his departure could be followed shortly by an ending for Playoff Lenny. With Fournette out, Rachaad White would become the entrenched starter entering the season. White saw his role grow during the second half of the season, forcing a timeshare with Fournette. From Weeks 10-17, White operated as the 1A in the Buccaneers' backfield averaging 11 fantasy points per game (RB26) versus Fournette's 11.3 (RB23). White wasn't great as a rusher - four yards per carry, 66.4 PFF rushing grade - but no running back was particularly efficient behind Tampa's patchwork offensive line. The first-year rusher was better than the 28-year-old on the ground, as the veteran finished third-to-last in rushing EPA (-39.13) and 6th-worst in PFF rushing grade (67.6). Lombardi Lenny posted his worst efficiency marks since joining the Bucs in 2022, ranking 4th-worst in NFL next-gen stats rushing yards over expectation per attempt (-0.36). There was also no better display of the Bucs' hierarchy in their backfield than White edging out Fournette on the field than in the first round of the NFL playoffs. Fournette carried the ball just five times for 11 yards while White started and rushed for 41 yards on 7 carries, adding 4-of-6 targets for 36 yards (56% snap share). Fournette's disappointing campaign - outside all the dump-off receptions/targets - will surely hurt his value if he hits the open market.
6 weeks ago
Bijan Robinson Note
Bijan Robinson photo 116. Bijan Robinson RB
Anytime a running back draws first-round buzz in today's NFL, you better pay attention. That's the case with Texas running back Bijan Robinson, who is the consensus No. 1 RB across all draft publications. B-Rob finished the 2022 season as PFF's second-highest-graded rusher in the FBS, tallying 18 rushing TDs and 1,575 rushing yards en route to a 37% dominator rating in his final year as a Longhorn. He forced 104 missed tackles (40% broken tackle rate) which have shown to be super predictive of success rushing at the NFL level. And among last year's class, only Breece Hall posted a higher dominator rating (40%). But only citing Robinson's junior year hardly captures everything he could accomplish at the college level. As a true freshman, he ranked second in the FBS in yards after contact per attempt (6.09). His 27% career dominator rating ranks top-5 in the 2023 Draft Class. Factor in that Robinson also finished 3rd among RBs in yards per catch (16.5) with zero drops and there's no question as to why he's the 1.01 already in rookie drafts. At 6-foot, 220 pounds, Robinson has the requisite size and all the tools to be a three-down running back who never leaves the field.
8 weeks ago
Jerick McKinnon Note
Jerick McKinnon photo 133. Jerick McKinnon RB
From Weeks 10-17, both Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon were top-21 half-point scorers. Jerick McKinnon was the RB7 in points per game, third in RB receptions at 35 with seven receiving TDs. The Chiefs scatback made the most of his opportunities as a receiver out of the backfield especially with Mecole Hardman sidelined. Because Hardman's injury correlated with a massive spike in usage for McKinnnon. In eight games with Hardman in the lineup, McKinnon was averaging close to just three targets per game. That number jumped to five in the nine games with Hardman out, as did McKinnon's receptions totals (2-to-4). His yardage also spiked from just under 20 yards to nearly 40 receiving yards per game. It's clear at this point in McKinnon's career that he cannot be deployed as anything more than a breather/pass-catching back in the rotation with another. He is already 30 years old and probably has the most fantasy value if he remains a Chief. His re-signing with KC would also be ideal for anyone invested in Pacheco, as a McKinnon return would make it less likely that KC invests significantly into another running back option. If ends up signing elsewhere, I'd be extremely bearish on his fantasy outlook as he requires such a specific role for success.
5 weeks ago
DJ Chark Jr. Note
DJ Chark Jr. photo 160. DJ Chark Jr. WR
Jahmyr Gibbs Note
Jahmyr Gibbs photo 163. Jahmyr Gibbs RB
Incoming rookie Jahmyr Gibbs spent his first two college seasons at Georgia Tech, posting a 24% dominator rating as the team's RB1 alongside future San Francisco 49er running back, Jordan Mason. In both his years at Georgia Tech, Gibbs finished second in PFF receiving grade among all RBs. However, he elected to not stay at GT for his junior year and instead transferred to Alabama to be the Crimson Tide's next RB1. He led Alabama with 926 rushing yards and flashed receiving ability by catching a team-leading 44 passes for 444 receiving yards. Gibbs finished third in the FBS in receiving yards in 2022, one year removed from leading all RBs in the nation in receiving yards (470). He also flashed his explosiveness by ending the year fifth in the class in PFF's breakaway run rate (53%). At 5-foot-11 and 200 pounds, Gibbs is on the smaller size for an every-down role. But he more than makes up for it with his receiving and speed. NFL teams don't seem concerned about his size with his expected draft position at 36th overall.
4 weeks ago
Jaxon Smith-Njigba Note
Jaxon Smith-Njigba photo 183. Jaxon Smith-Njigba WR
Smith-Njiba won't burn you in the open field with his raw speed, but that isn't necessary for him to succeed. He's a route tactician with the route-running chops of an NFL veteran. Smith-Njiba's snap at the top of his stem is excellent, which allows him to create easy separation. Any team investing high draft capital in him knows what they are getting: a high-volume wide receiver that can work both inside and on the perimeter. Yes, Smith-Njiba was a slot receiver in college, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have the intangibles to get loose on the boundary. He wins with excellent, quick footwork at the line and in space. He's more quick than fast. Also, in saying that, it has to be mentioned that he is plenty quick to win in the NFL. While it's not a huge part of his game (only 16.1% of his 2021 target volume), he can win on vertical routes. He flashes the ability to stack corners on verticals from the slot easily. Smith-Njiba was ninth in yards per route run on deep targets, tied for first In PFF deep receiving grade, and second in passer rating when targeted on routes 20-plus yards in 2021 (minimum 15 deep targets). Smith-Njigba could be an immediate target hog in the NFL. He will be an immediate asset to the run game. He's a tenacious blocker who engages well with defenders and anchors them. He won't blow defenders out of their cleats, but he has the functional strength to hold running lanes or clear a path.
5 weeks ago
Quentin Johnston Note
Quentin Johnston photo 184. Quentin Johnston WR
Jordan Addison Note
Jordan Addison photo 188. Jordan Addison WR
Addison is fluid and silky smooth through his routes. He's quick in and out of his breaks. He displays nuance in his routes with pacing, subtle head fakes, and his understanding of leverage. His change of direction ability is effortless. He can gear down easily and jab step during a route without losing speed. Addison has a decent burst after the catch, but it's not likely to ever be a calling card. He dealt with drops early in his collegiate career, with 14.3% and 9.9% drop rates before 2022. He displayed growth here in 2022, decreasing that mark to 3.3%. He has strong hands, though, with contested catch rates of 53.8% and 55.6% before 2022. Addison will never be confused as a body catcher as he routinely plucks the ball from the air away from this body. Addison is a versatile wide receiver that played from the slot in 2020-2021 (68.0-82.6%) before transitioning to the boundary (75.5% out wide) in 2022. His superb route running and short area separation skills allow him to play multiple roles fluidly. Addison's varied release package at this stage of his career is impressive. Addison reminds me of watching DeVonta Smith with a difference in play strength. Smith played above his weight class, but Addison played at his weight.
5 weeks ago
Mecole Hardman Note
Mecole Hardman photo 190. Mecole Hardman WR
Zach Charbonnet Note
Zach Charbonnet photo 193. Zach Charbonnet RB
Zay Flowers Note
Zay Flowers photo 219. Zay Flowers WR
D'Ernest Johnson Note
D'Ernest Johnson photo 228. D'Ernest Johnson RB
Odell Beckham Jr. Note
Odell Beckham Jr. photo 235. Odell Beckham Jr. WR
Robbie Gould Note
Robbie Gould photo 239. Robbie Gould K
Julio Jones Note
Julio Jones photo 244. Julio Jones WR
Jalin Hyatt Note
Jalin Hyatt photo 248. Jalin Hyatt WR
Tank Bigsby Note
Tank Bigsby photo 249. Tank Bigsby RB
Irv Smith Jr. Note
Irv Smith Jr. photo 252. Irv Smith Jr. TE
Hopes were high for Irv Smith Jr. in 2022 after he missed the entire 2021 season with a torn meniscus in his knee, but Smith endured a high-ankle sprain in Week 8 and didn't make it back until Week 18. Smith finished the year with 25 catches for 182 yards and two touchdowns in eight games. Smith won't turn 25 until August, so there's still hope that the former second-round draft pick will become a fantasy-viable tight end, but he's likely to be an afterthought in most 2023 fantasy drafts.
4 weeks ago
Josh Downs Note
Josh Downs photo 255. Josh Downs WR
Bryce Young Note
Bryce Young photo 263. Bryce Young QB
Likely to be the first quarterback taken in this year's NFL Draft, Alabama's Bryce Young is a pinpoint passer with a strong arm, quick release and the sort of field-reading ability that will endear him to his first NFL offensive coordinator. Young is agile, but he isn't going to add a great deal of fantasy value with his legs. The biggest concern with Young is his small frame. He's listed at 6-0, 194 pounds. The size issue won't prevent Young from being a top draft pick, and he's a good bet to be a Week 1 starter for whichever team selects him.
5 weeks ago
Devon Achane Note
Devon Achane photo 265. Devon Achane RB
Marvin Jones Jr. Note
Marvin Jones Jr. photo 266. Marvin Jones Jr. WR
Richie James Jr. Note
Richie James Jr. photo 271. Richie James Jr. WR
Kenyan Drake Note
Kenyan Drake photo 273. Kenyan Drake RB
C.J. Stroud Note
C.J. Stroud photo 278. C.J. Stroud QB
Projected to be a top-five pick in this year's NFL Draft, Ohio State's C.J. Stroud is a mature passer with a strong, accurate arm and the sort of field-reading and decision-making skills that make offensive coordinators smile. Stroud isn't a running QB, but nor is he a statue in the pocket -- he has functional mobility to avoid sacks. With a number of QB-needy teams picking early in the draft, there's a good chance Stroud will start for someone in Week 1.
5 weeks ago
J.D. McKissic Note
J.D. McKissic photo 279. J.D. McKissic RB
Kendre Miller Note
Kendre Miller photo 285. Kendre Miller RB
Brett Maher Note
Brett Maher photo 286. Brett Maher K
Kayshon Boutte Note
Kayshon Boutte photo 288. Kayshon Boutte WR
Jarvis Landry Note
Jarvis Landry photo 289. Jarvis Landry WR
Melvin Gordon III Note
Melvin Gordon III photo 290. Melvin Gordon III RB
Austin Hooper Note
Austin Hooper photo 292. Austin Hooper TE
After finishing TE3 in fantasy points per game in 2019, Austin Hooper has largely been a fantasy afterthought ever since. He's had fewer than 450 receiving yards in each of the last three years, and he finished TE25 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring last season. The 28-year-old Hooper offers limited upside for 2023, especially with young TE Chig Okonkwo looking like a potential star for the Titans last year.
4 weeks ago
Zach Evans Note
Zach Evans photo 294. Zach Evans RB
Israel Abanikanda Note
Israel Abanikanda photo 298. Israel Abanikanda RB
Sean Tucker Note
Sean Tucker photo 299. Sean Tucker RB
Latavius Murray Note
Latavius Murray photo 300. Latavius Murray RB
New head coach Sean Payton has already name-dropped Latavius Murray, a 2023 free agent that the Broncos seem more likely than not to re-sign with Payton operating at the helm. The two have obvious ties back to New Orleans, and Murray performed well when Denver scooped him up during the middle of last season after Javonte Williams went down with a devastating knee injury. In 12 games from Weeks 6-18, Murray was the RB24 in half-point scoring averaging 10.3 points per game (RB30). He was PFF's 10th-highest graded rusher (82.8) and averaged 15 touches per game. Murray also averaged nearly 70 yards from scrimmage and 3 targets per game. Not too shabby for the 33-year-old running back. With Williams potentially delayed in a return from his knee injury, I'd suspect that Murray picks up the slack to open the year if he stays in the Mile High City. He is essentially free in best-ball drafts as the RB72, which seems like an error in the drafting community.
5 weeks ago
Chosen Anderson Note
Chosen Anderson photo 302. Chosen Anderson WR
Justin Jackson Note
Justin Jackson photo 306. Justin Jackson RB
Dontrell Hilliard Note
Dontrell Hilliard photo 307. Dontrell Hilliard RB
Darrel Williams Note
Darrel Williams photo 309. Darrel Williams RB
Michael Mayer Note
Michael Mayer photo 313. Michael Mayer TE
Regarded by many as the top rookie tight end in the Class of 2023, Michael Mayer of Notre Dame has drawn comparisons to Jason Witten because he shines as both a pass catcher and blocker. Mayer had more than 800 receiving yards in each of his last two college seasons, scoring seven touchdowns in 2021 and nine in 2022. He's likely to be a first-round pick in this year's draft and could provide immediate fantasy value if he lands in the right spot.
4 weeks ago
Darrell Henderson Jr. Note
Darrell Henderson Jr. photo 316. Darrell Henderson Jr. RB
Mason Crosby Note
Mason Crosby photo 318. Mason Crosby K
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 321. Nelson Agholor WR
Rodrigo Blankenship Note
Rodrigo Blankenship photo 323. Rodrigo Blankenship K
Roschon Johnson Note
Roschon Johnson photo 324. Roschon Johnson RB
Kenny Golladay Note
Kenny Golladay photo 325. Kenny Golladay WR
Rex Burkhead Note
Rex Burkhead photo 326. Rex Burkhead RB
Will Levis Note
Will Levis photo 328. Will Levis QB
Likely to be a top-10 draft pick and a dark-horse candidate to be taken first overall, Will Levis has immense potential but might need a few years before he's ready to fulfill it. Levis has prototypical size (6-3, 232 pounds), a cannon arm and dynamic rushing ability. But Levis is coming off a somewhat disappointing final college season at Kentucky, and he might not be a Week 1 starter for whichever team drafts him. He'll get a shot at some point in his rookie season, however, and perhaps Levis' running ability can float his fantasy value while he develops as a passer.
4 weeks ago
Jamison Crowder Note
Jamison Crowder photo 329. Jamison Crowder WR
Rashee Rice Note
Rashee Rice photo 330. Rashee Rice WR
Marlon Mack Note
Marlon Mack photo 331. Marlon Mack RB
Foster Moreau Note
Foster Moreau photo 333. Foster Moreau TE
Cedric Tillman Note
Cedric Tillman photo 334. Cedric Tillman WR
Mark Ingram II Note
Mark Ingram II photo 335. Mark Ingram II RB
Tyjae Spears Note
Tyjae Spears photo 336. Tyjae Spears RB
DeWayne McBride Note
DeWayne McBride photo 338. DeWayne McBride RB
Ty Johnson Note
Ty Johnson photo 340. Ty Johnson RB
Anthony Richardson Note
Anthony Richardson photo 341. Anthony Richardson QB
Anthony Richardson might have the highest ceiling of any quarterback in this year's NFL Draft. The 6-4, 235-pound Richardson has ideal size, a rocket for his arm and eye-opening running ability. But Richardson was a starter for only one of his three seasons at the University of Florida, and after completing only 53.8% of his passes in 2022, there are questions about his accuracy. Richardson is a project who might not start for an NFL team right away. When he eventually become a starter, Richardson can tide over his fantasy managers with rushing production while his passing skills are developing.
4 weeks ago
Dalton Kincaid Note
Dalton Kincaid photo 344. Dalton Kincaid TE
Kenny McIntosh Note
Kenny McIntosh photo 346. Kenny McIntosh RB
Marvin Mims Note
Marvin Mims photo 349. Marvin Mims WR
Evan Hull Note
Evan Hull photo 350. Evan Hull RB
Luke Musgrave Note
Luke Musgrave photo 355. Luke Musgrave TE
Deuce Vaughn Note
Deuce Vaughn photo 362. Deuce Vaughn RB
Eric Gray Note
Eric Gray photo 363. Eric Gray RB
Sammy Watkins Note
Sammy Watkins photo 366. Sammy Watkins WR
Tyler Davis Note
Tyler Davis photo 372. Tyler Davis K
Xavier Hutchinson Note
Xavier Hutchinson photo 374. Xavier Hutchinson WR
Puka Nacua Note
Puka Nacua photo 376. Puka Nacua WR
Randy Bullock Note
Randy Bullock photo 380. Randy Bullock K
Parker Washington Note
Parker Washington photo 381. Parker Washington WR
Carson Wentz Note
Carson Wentz photo 383. Carson Wentz QB
After washing out as the Colts' starter in 2021, Carson Wentz was similarly disappointing in Washington last season, averaging only 6.4 yards per pass attempt over eight games. A near-lock to be released before summer, Wentz is unlikely to begin the 2023 season as a starter, though it's possible he could make a few early-season starts for a team looking to bring along a rookie quarterback slowly.
4 weeks ago
Olamide Zaccheaus Note
Olamide Zaccheaus photo 384. Olamide Zaccheaus WR
Chris Moore Note
Chris Moore photo 389. Chris Moore WR
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 391. Demarcus Robinson WR
T.Y. Hilton Note
T.Y. Hilton photo 393. T.Y. Hilton WR
A.T. Perry Note
A.T. Perry photo 398. A.T. Perry WR
Darnell Washington Note
Darnell Washington photo 400. Darnell Washington TE
Mohamed Ibrahim Note
Mohamed Ibrahim photo 404. Mohamed Ibrahim RB
DeAndre Carter Note
DeAndre Carter photo 411. DeAndre Carter WR
Cameron Brate Note
Cameron Brate photo 412. Cameron Brate TE
Damien Williams Note
Damien Williams photo 413. Damien Williams RB
Sam Laporta Note
Sam Laporta photo 414. Sam Laporta TE
Byron Pringle Note
Byron Pringle photo 419. Byron Pringle WR
Matt Ryan Note
Matt Ryan photo 424. Matt Ryan QB
Randall Cobb Note
Randall Cobb photo 425. Randall Cobb WR
Kyle Rudolph Note
Kyle Rudolph photo 428. Kyle Rudolph TE
Marquise Goodwin Note
Marquise Goodwin photo 429. Marquise Goodwin WR
Chase Brown Note
Chase Brown photo 433. Chase Brown RB
Giovani Bernard Note
Giovani Bernard photo 434. Giovani Bernard RB
Mike Davis Note
Mike Davis photo 435. Mike Davis RB
Sony Michel Note
Sony Michel photo 439. Sony Michel RB
Zack Kuntz Note
Zack Kuntz photo 443. Zack Kuntz TE
Jonathan Mingo Note
Jonathan Mingo photo 445. Jonathan Mingo WR
Zakhari Franklin Note
Zakhari Franklin photo 446. Zakhari Franklin WR
Keaton Mitchell Note
Keaton Mitchell photo 448. Keaton Mitchell RB
Dan Arnold Note
Dan Arnold photo 449. Dan Arnold TE
Marcus Johnson Note
Marcus Johnson photo 456. Marcus Johnson WR
Geoff Swaim Note
Geoff Swaim photo 462. Geoff Swaim TE
Justin Watson Note
Justin Watson photo 468. Justin Watson WR
Dante Pettis Note
Dante Pettis photo 474. Dante Pettis WR
Phillip Lindsay Note
Phillip Lindsay photo 477. Phillip Lindsay RB
Duke Johnson Jr. Note
Duke Johnson Jr. photo 478. Duke Johnson Jr. RB
Jaret Patterson Note
Jaret Patterson photo 480. Jaret Patterson RB
Ryan Griffin Note
Ryan Griffin photo 482. Ryan Griffin TE
KhaDarel Hodge Note
KhaDarel Hodge photo 483. KhaDarel Hodge WR
Zach Gentry Note
Zach Gentry photo 484. Zach Gentry TE
Mitchell Wilcox Note
Mitchell Wilcox photo 497. Mitchell Wilcox TE
Jason Moore Jr. Note
Jason Moore Jr. photo 501. Jason Moore Jr. WR
Juwann Winfree Note
Juwann Winfree photo 502. Juwann Winfree WR
Tommy Sweeney Note
Tommy Sweeney photo 506. Tommy Sweeney TE
Jake Moody Note
Jake Moody photo 508. Jake Moody K
Trey Palmer Note
Trey Palmer photo 510. Trey Palmer WR
MyCole Pruitt Note
MyCole Pruitt photo 513. MyCole Pruitt TE
Pharaoh Brown Note
Pharaoh Brown photo 514. Pharaoh Brown TE
Drew Sample Note
Drew Sample photo 515. Drew Sample TE
Nick Boyle Note
Nick Boyle photo 517. Nick Boyle TE
Charlie Jones Note
Charlie Jones photo 518. Charlie Jones WR
Dontayvion Wicks Note
Dontayvion Wicks photo 520. Dontayvion Wicks WR
Marcedes Lewis Note
Marcedes Lewis photo 527. Marcedes Lewis TE
Malcolm Brown Note
Malcolm Brown photo 529. Malcolm Brown RB
Brandon Powell Note
Brandon Powell photo 533. Brandon Powell WR
Michael Bandy Note
Michael Bandy photo 535. Michael Bandy WR
Rashard Higgins Note
Rashard Higgins photo 536. Rashard Higgins WR
Eric Tomlinson Note
Eric Tomlinson photo 537. Eric Tomlinson TE
Chris Rodriguez Jr. Note
Chris Rodriguez Jr. photo 538. Chris Rodriguez Jr. RB
Trevon Wesco Note
Trevon Wesco photo 539. Trevon Wesco TE
Teddy Bridgewater Note
Teddy Bridgewater photo 540. Teddy Bridgewater QB
Scotty Miller Note
Scotty Miller photo 549. Scotty Miller WR
Breshad Perriman Note
Breshad Perriman photo 550. Breshad Perriman WR
Damiere Byrd Note
Damiere Byrd photo 553. Damiere Byrd WR
Bryan Edwards Note
Bryan Edwards photo 563. Bryan Edwards WR
Brett Rypien Note
Brett Rypien photo 566. Brett Rypien QB
Josh Johnson Note
Josh Johnson photo 567. Josh Johnson QB
Trevor Siemian Note
Trevor Siemian photo 568. Trevor Siemian QB
Brandon Allen Note
Brandon Allen photo 570. Brandon Allen QB
Chase Daniel Note
Chase Daniel photo 571. Chase Daniel QB
Tevin Coleman Note
Tevin Coleman photo 577. Tevin Coleman RB
Richard Rodgers Note
Richard Rodgers photo 579. Richard Rodgers TE
Miles Boykin Note
Miles Boykin photo 580. Miles Boykin WR
Brandon Zylstra Note
Brandon Zylstra photo 586. Brandon Zylstra WR
Stephen Anderson Note
Stephen Anderson photo 587. Stephen Anderson TE