23. Le’Veon Bell, RB, NY Jets
A year away has only caused Bell’s status among running backs to drop slightly. For those who have forgotten, Bell is one of the most elusive backs in the NFL, penetrating defenses with intelligence and patience rather than pure athleticism. He’s also one of the best pass-catching running backs, hauling in 85 passes for over 600 yards in 2017.
There’s a little uncertainty about what to expect from Bell in 2019 after he sat out all of 2018. He’s also with a new team and is now working with a young quarterback. But even with a little bit of rust, Bell’s legs should be fresh after the year off. He’s also 27, so he should still be in his prime and have plenty of good years left in him.