There is a growing movement in the Dynasty community toward “devy” players. The term “devy” refers to developmental players carried on the dynasty league rosters. These devy players are usually college players but can even be high school athletes. Each week of the offseason and season, we looked at a different set of devy rankings.
As we survey devy prospects, we examine traits, abilities, and skill sets that will translate to the NFL. This week, our final edition of the season, we will look at the top 10 devy running backs eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft. We value the players who will contribute at the professional level higher than the younger players.
10. Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma) – After carrying the ball just once in 2015, Anderson did not play again until 2017. He missed the 2016 season with an injury suffered in August 2016. The Junior had a solid season in 2017 with 1,161 yards and 13 touchdowns on just 188 carries. He added another 281 yards and 5 scores through the air. Expectations were high coming into the season for the Junior. However, Anderson injured his knee earlier in this season and now will be sidelined until 2019. Given his injury history, there is a chance Anderson goes pro after the season. His ability as a runner and receiver will be attractive to NFL teams.
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