Too Risky At Current ADP
Alex Collins has seen his ADP climb throughout the offseason and is now being drafted in the top-40 overall. If he was locked into the bell cow role for the Baltimore Ravens, the high ADP would be entirely justified. However, there are enough questions about how involved Collins will be as a receiver and how much Kenneth Dixon and Javorius Allen will eat into his touches that the risk is not worth the reward at his current ADP. If Collins is limited to a two-down role with Allen or Dixon handling most of the receiving work, he will have a hard time putting up RB1 numbers (especially in points-per-reception leagues). There are safer options with similar or greater upside (T.Y. Hilton, Stefon Diggs, Zach Ertz, and Rashaad Penny) being drafted in the same range.
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