No one's chasing Jeremy Hill in drafts this summer. Despite finishing as a Top 15 running back last season, there were many troubling signs. His rushing average tumbled from 5.1 yards per rush to 3.6 yards per rush, he had just two games with 100 total yards (and none with 100 rush yards) after having five with 100 total yards as a rookie and he lost three fumbles, costing him some playing time. Hill was a touchdown-dependent Fantasy option, a troubling label to put on a guy who will continue to split carries and play under a new offensive coordinator in Cincinnati. It's hard to get excited about Hill as a No. 2 Fantasy rusher, but that's what he is by default given the likelihood that he'll find close to 250 touches with some goal-line opportunities over the course of a season. There's not a huge need to reach for Hill in drafts - bank on someone settling on him right around Round 4 in standard leagues and Round 5 or 6 in PPR formats.