Ranking the RBs in the 2015 NFL Draft


The 2015 draft for running backs is the best I’ve seen in years. At the top, we have maybe six backs who can be solid-to-great starters in the NFL. Then, another 20, at least, who can be solid contributors to varying degrees. Then, after that, it’s more of a lottery situation, with a lot of talent, but big deficiencies, too.

And I really don’t mean to fight against traffic, but I seem to be the only person who doesn’t think Todd Gurley’s a transcendent talent. I don’t know why this is – maybe I’ve never seen the right games – but I do think he’s a very good power back with adequate athleticism. I absolutely love TJ Yeldon, my favorite back in this class (though he’s ranked 4th or lower in most other people’s lists), with Melvin Gordon only slightly behind him.

  1. TJ Yeldon
  2. Melvin Gordon
  3. Tevin Coleman
  4. Todd Gurley
  5. Duke Johnson
  6. Ameer Abdullah
  7. Jay Ajayi
  8. David Johnson
  9. Jeremy Langford
  10. John  Crockett
  11. Mike Davis
  12. David Cobb
  13. “Buck” Javorius Allen
  14. Cameron Artis-Payne
  15. Karlos Williams
  16. Jahwan Edwards
  17. Josh Snead
  18. Terron Ward
  19. Marcus Murphy
  20. Breon Allen
  21. Dominique Brown
  22. Josh Robinson
  23. Kenny Hilliard
  24. Brandon Wegher
  25. Tyler Varga
  26. Cameron Stingily
  27. Prince-Tyson Gulley
  28. Terrence Magee
  29. Trey Williams
  30. Jalston Fowler
  31. Venric Mark
  32. Zachary Zenner
  33. Mark Weisman
  34. Terell Watson
  35. Jacques Alston
  36. Alonzo Harris
  37. Quincy Forte
  38. Braylon Heard
  39. Rodriguez Moore
  40. Donnell Kirkwood
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