Freedman’s Way-Too-Early 2020 Rookie Dynasty Fantasy Football Rankings
Todd Kirkland/Getty Images. Pictured: D’Andre Swift
- Matthew Freedman reveals his way-too-early 2020 rookie dynasty fantasy football rankings.
- Find out how he stacks Georgia RB D'Andre Swift, Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy and more.
The 2019 NFL regular season is over, so it’s time to look ahead to the 2020 NFL draft.
Looking back at my top 50 rookies for the 2019 class, I’m pleased with how my dynasty rankings turned out. I missed on a few players — I was too low on Terry McLaurin and Devin Singletary — but there will always be misses, and I was appropriately high on Josh Jacobs, Miles Sanders, Kyler Murray and A.J. Brown and correctly low on David Montgomery and Darrell Henderson.
Some of the big-name underclassmen are starting to declare for the draft, so my rankings will certainly change in the coming weeks and months, but right now the 2020 class looks absolutely stacked and is especially loaded with high-value 21-year-old prospects.
With so many young producers, this class will likely offer multiple Round 1 talents in the middle of the Round 2.
If you can acquire extra picks for rookie drafts, do it.
Here’s a quick glance at my way-too-early rankings for 2020 rookie drafts in dynasty leagues.