#1 By: RotoViz, December 31st, 2016 18:20
Originally published at: http://rotoviz.com/2016/12/2017-nfl-draft-prospect-curtis-samuel/
In 2016, the NFL saw a rise in the utilization of multi-skill players who can play out of the backfield or run routes as a receiver. Tyreek Hill and Ty Montgomery immediately come to mind. Additionally, running backs such as David Johnson and Le’Veon Bell are catching the ball with such frequency that they would be legitimate fantasy assets even…
#2 By: alohaxomega, January 1st, 2017 18:23
Thank you for putting the spotlight on this player--so little draft content out there on him. The first comparison that comes to mind is DJ Foster, who seems like he has all the talent in the world but went undrafted.
Obviously draft capital is a huge factor in evaluating a prospect's chances and due to his high-profile program/production it seems he will easily best Foster here. But how do you compare them from a talent perspective?