Although Josh Jacobs is a rookie, and I could have placed the other two first round picks here (Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram), I decided to go with Jacobs, as I believe he will have the biggest rookie season.
Jacobs was the best running back in the draft, and the Raiders made him the only back selected in the first round. He can do it all, as he is fast, powerful, and can catch out of the backfield. Everything points to Jacobs being a top rookie of the year candidate, as he will get the majority of the load running the ball for Jon Gruden’s offense.
I tried not to put rookies on this list, as they have not proven themselves, but Jacobs is one player who I can guarantee will be on this list at the end of the year. As Clelin Ferrell and Jonathan Abram could have probably beaten out Daryl Worley on this list, neither have played in an NFL game, so I felt that Worley should get the nod over the rookies.