We are always on the hunt for sleeper rookies in fantasy football. A good sleeper rookie can put
your fantasy squad over the top. While many so-called fantasy experts are already calling Russell
Wilson a future sleeper rookie quarterback, don't buy the hype.
While he put up amazing stats in college, he's not a player who is going to play right away in
We all know LaMichael James. He was a Heisman Trophy award favorite heading into last season.
Even though he's small, he's lightening quick and tougher than you expect on runs up the middle. He
should be drafted in the first few rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Should you draft him for your fantasy football teams in 2012?
Outside of Justin Blackmon, Michael Floyd is considered the best wide receiver prospect in the
2012 NFL Draft. While he doesn't have Blackmon's upside, Floyd is quite a good prospect who will
likely land in the middle of the first round.
As for his fantasy football outlook in 2012, it's shaky – at best.
While David Martin is shorter than 5-foot-10 and wasn't a well known player at Virginia Tech,
don't be surprised if he explodes on the NFL level. He has the type of powerful build that could
make him a touchdown machine. Add in the fact that he should be able to play every down and Martin
translates to a fantasy stud going forward.
It's only a matter of time that the Indianapolis Colts let Peyton Manning walk. Since they have
the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft and will select Andrew Luck, the Colts will let go of Manning
and go in a different direction.
With that in mind, where will Manning end up? Well, first of all, since he's dealing with a neck
injury, there's a chance he will retire.