Hey Kid Reporter Solomon here! I
will talk to you what position was the best of the 2015 draft. In the 2015 draft the best position was the WR class. The WR class had big names like Odell Beckham Jr., Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Evans, Sammy Watkins and lots more. I think the best position in the draft were the running backs. I will tell you about the great rookie RB of the 2015 draft.
Comparison- Marshawn Lynch
Todd Gurley was the Odell Beckham Jr. this draft! He didn’t play a couple of games and then shined before the middle of the season. Todd was beast and the Rams are so happy they got this kid.
Comparison- Lamar Miller
T.J. Yeldon was a beast this year! Even though he didn't get a lot of touchdowns, he had good numbers for a rookie RB. Jaguars should use T.J. more in the future.
Comparison- Matt Forte
Fear Ameer! He is so fast and can make quick cuts. If Ameer gets more muscle, he will be lethal.
Comparison- CJ Anderson
David Johnson was an underrated rookie. People thought because he was from a small school he wouldn’t be a star. He proved them wrong. David has great size and can size the field with his vision. Now that the Cardinals have lots of RB he is fighting for the starting job.
Comparison- Terrell Davis
He was a sleeper this year. Karlos would would do anything to help the Bills during the run, pass, and block game. Karlos Williams is an underlooked rookie.
Comparison- Eddie Lacy
Jeremy Langford did a decent job when Matt Forte was out. Jeremy is strong so he can run the ball with power and run. He is a great back with the Bears.
Honorable mentions: Tevin Coleman, Duke Johnson, Matt ones, Javorious Allen, Jay Ajayi, and Cameron Artis-Payne
Well this draft class was the best, filled with running backs for the first time in a long time. I think the position this season that will shine will be the offensive lineman. A lot of teams need an offensive lineman to protect their quarterbacks. Even star teams like the Patriots need one! The offensive line are the most underrated position in the NFL. Without them, who would quarterbacks to have protect them in the pocket, or running backs to have huge holes to go through? I think the O-line will make impacts for a lot of teams and I hope offensive lineman will get more credit from fans.
-Kid Reporter Solomon