2019 Outlook: Kenyan Drake

You can probably let Kenyan Drake fall to fourth round in most drafts, but he has the upside to make you feel awfully silly if you pass in the late third because you don't want to overdraft him. In the final five games of 2017 Drake showed us what he could do with feature role (118 yards per game) and in 2018 he shows us the ability to be a hyper-efficient pass-catching back. If he combines those abilities in 2019, you'll be wondering why we weren't talking about him as a second-round pick. Then again, Brian Flores may treat Drake the way Adam Gase did, making Drake more of a flex than a must-start running back.

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