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What You Need to Know:
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
Dillon spent 3 college seasons as a rushing workhorse and then delivered impressive speed for his size. He went surprisingly early in the 2020 draft but then got minimal work as a rookie.
Jamaal Williams’ departure vaults Dillon into Year 2 relevance. It remains to be seen, though, how much his usage will look like Williams’. It’s tough to bet on Dillon being startable in fantasy while Aaron Jones is healthy. But the 2nd-year player should stay plenty involved and carries handcuff-type upside behind a starter who has missed 10 games through 4 seasons (and never reached 15 carries per game in a year).
Dillon is a decent option at his current RB39 ADP -- similar to Gus Edwards (2 spots lower) in outlook.