Cameron Artis-Payne Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football – Rookie Deep Sleepers 2015

Here are a couple more names to watch for in your fantasy football leagues. I would not draft these guys in your regular standard leagues but if you are in a deep league especially a keeper league, these are guys that are worth rostering. Here are the Fantasy Football Sleepers for the 2015 season, Rookie Edition.

Justin Hardy – Atlanta Falcons…The Atlanta Falcons’ new slot receiver replaces Harry Douglas. Strong hands and plays with an edge. If Roddy White goes down to injury he would be an immediate waiver wire addition.

Vince Mayle – Cleveland Browns…The Cleveland Browns finally draft a wide receiver and Vince Mayle was a very productive one out of Washington State. If Dwayne Bowe or Brian Hartline doesn’t pan out, the Browns might give this guy a shot.

Buck Allen – Baltimore Ravens…Very productive receiver out of the backfield. New offensive coordinator Marc Trestman will find ways to utilize his dynamic ability. If Justin Forsett gets injured he will be an interesting name to target.

David Cobb – Tennessee Titans…I love David Cobb’s no nonsense running style. Downhill thumper who Coach Ken Wisenhunt is accustom too. If Bishop Sankey doesn’t get it together this season, Cobb will be the guy to ride.

Rashad Greene – Jacksonville Jaguars…Florida State’s most prolific receiver Rashad Greene is an excellent route runner who has a knack for getting open. If he can prove this skill at the next level he will be in the starting lineup earlier than expected as quarterback Blake Bortles needs all the help he can get.

MyCole Pruitt – Minnesota Vikings…Those of you who know offensive coordinator Norv Turner’s track record are aware that he loves to throw to his tight ends. Pruitt had a very productive college career with the ability to get open and catch contested passes. Kyle Rudolph’s injury history can propel Pruitt (missed 16 games over the last 4 seasons).

Jay Ajayi – Miami Dolphins…Knee concerns dropped Jay Ajayi down draft boards. A three-down back skill set who was projected as 2nd round pick slipped into 5th round. If Lamar Miller goes down, Ajayi will be a popular waiver wire addition.

Kenny Bell – Tampa Bay Buccaneers…”Pro Day Pearl” Kenny Bell has tremendous speed and has made big catches in big games at Nebraska. He is developing a rapport with fellow rookie Jameis Winston as we speak. Don’t be surprised to hear this guy’s name on Sunday this season.

Cameron Artis-Payne – Carolina Panthers…Another guy that can get his shot sooner than expected as starter Jonathan Stewart struggles to stay on the field due to his health. Thick, downhill runner who was very productive at Auburn. Remember there is no DeAngelo Williams in Carolina anymore.



Related Posts