The top 4 at RB -- regardless of format -- has been clear for months. You might find Alvin Kamara or Saquon Barkley invading that range, but not typically.
Beyond that, and especially outside of Round 1? Things can get trickier.
You've seen how we rank the RBs, which will continue to evolve as we move toward the regular season. But these tiers can help your draft-day decisions on when to grab the next guy or wait another round.
David Johnson joins this group on workload certainty, but his offense looks riskiest among the top 4 backs. Combine that with more injury risk than Gurley or Elliott (and as much as Bell), and he sits just behind.