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Age-adjusted production is a critical metric for dynasty managers, and no running back is better there than Isaiah Spiller. Since Day 1 at Texas A&M, Spiller has been the lead dog for the Aggies. As a true freshman in 2019, he scored 10 rushing touchdowns and finished 16th in the nation in yards after contact per attempt en route to a 22% dominator rating.
The power running back capped off his first year in impressive fashion with back-to-back seasons of 1,000 rushing yards and 100 missed tackles. Spiller also displayed receiving prowess, commanding at least an 8% target share and an average of 25 receptions per season.
With an all-encompassing skill set and desirable size - 6-feet and 217 pounds - Spiller should be a solid producer at the next level, although his lack of top-notch speed could keep him from being elite. He had only eight carries of 20-plus yards in 2021.
The testing numbers at the NFL combine also did no favors to his draft stock. He elected to not run the 40-yard dash on Indy's fast track and laid an egg in the jumping drills. 7th percentile vertical jump and 22nd percentile broad jump will make it tougher for him to demand high Day 2 draft capital.
Spiller reportedly went through drills with an injury, which may explain the poor showing. Either way, he will get an opportunity to boost his numbers at Texas A&M's pro day on March 22nd.
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Isaiah Spiller selected No. 123 by Los Angeles Chargers
The Los Angeles Chargers have selected RB Isaiah Spiller with the 123rd pick in the NFL Draft.
Spiller came in as one of the hottest names in the NFL draft and was viewed by many analysts as the second-best back in the draft. With Austin Ekeler continuing to rack up high mileage and deal with injuries, the team felt the need to draft the Texan A&M product. He led the Aggies in rushing in each of his first two years on campus, first as a SEC All-Freshman Team pick in 2019 (174-946-5.4, 10 TDs; 29-203-7.0 receiving in 13 games, nine starts) and then as a first-team all-conference selection in 2020 (188-1,036-5.5, nine TDs; 20-193-9.6 receiving in 10 games with eight starts).
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Career Production Rushing Receiving YEAR G ATT YDS AVG TD REC TGT YDS TD 2021 12 137 754 5.5 0 26 34 158 0 2020 12 164 867 5.3 6 28 52 197 0 2019 16 179 818 4.6 3 50 63 509 3 YEAR Total Fantasy Points* Fantasy Points Per Game* 2021 117.2 (RB45) 9.8 (RB38) 2020 170.4 (RB23) 14.2 (RB17) 2019 218.7 (RB15) 13.7 (RB21) *Based on PPR scoring Career Contextualization After a breakout junior season at Penn ...
by Fantasy in May 22, 2022
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|Draft||RB #47||RB #32||RB #76||55|
|Dynasty||RB #41||RB #29||RB #58||34|
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