PROJECTS AS A FANTASY RB2, BUT HAS A LOT OF RISK VERSUS COMPARABLE ALTERNATIVES
Kenyan Drake was a mini-revelation in 2017, stepping in for a traded Jay Ajayi at midseason and opening eyes leaguewide. He came on especially strong down the stretch, once given lead back duties – no one ran for more yardage over Weeks 13-17, and he added 17 receptions along the way. He’s the most talented and highest-invested back in the Miami stable. Still, fantasy owners are showing pause on him: since mid-May, his ADP has slid behind a handful of rookies, as well as some comparable veterans. Moreover, despite the promise he showed last season, there’s good reason for that (measured) pause. Drake is a talented, dual-threat back, but he’s being given no guarantees as to his 2018 role, and there’s the value-busting downside in play for dice-rollers in Rounds 3 and 4.
Just Who is Drake?
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