14. Darrell Henderson, Rams (Sleeper)
Henderson was one of the top running backs selected in this year’s draft, so there’s no doubting the talent and potential is there. This guy ran for over 3,000 yards over his last two seasons at Memphis, averaging close to nine yards per carry. He was a constant threat to take it to the house every time he touched the ball, and despite playing in a non-power conference, you can’t debate that he posted impressive numbers in college.
More importantly, Henderson should have the opportunity to get plenty of touches. There are serious questions about Todd Gurley’s knee, and if nothing else, the Rams are going to have to ease back his use, opening the door for Henderson to get plenty of carries. Also, keep in mind what C.J. Anderson did late last season with the Rams. This is an offense in which running backs can thrive, which is why Henderson is a potential sleeper.