Doing rookie-only rankings before the NFL Draft can feel pretty silly at times. We don't know for sure how high these guys will be drafted, what team will draft them, what type of system they'll be in or what kind of opportunity for production they'll have as rookies. I could understand if some Dynasty analysts simply refuse to rank rookies before they're drafted. 

On the other hand, Jonathan Taylor.

Taylor was pretty much everyone's consensus 1.01 until Clyde Edwards-Helaire was drafted by the Chiefs as the only running back selected in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Taylor "fell" to the Colts at pick 41, in a clear timeshare with both Marlon Mack and Nyheim Hines. Armed with that information, the community consensus (myself included) anointed Edwards-Helaire RB1 of the class and the No. 1 pick in 2020 rookie drafts. In the two years since, Taylor has produced 3,639 yards from scrimmage and 32 touchdowns. Edwards-Helaire hasn't even produced half of that. 

It's not that I think Breece Hall, my No. 1 in the rankings below, is Jonathan Taylor. Although if you look at Hall's Player Profiler page, you will see Taylor listed as his top comp. Hall also matched Taylor's 4.39 40-yard dash time, at just nine pounds lighter. Hall didn't come close to Taylor's rushing production, but he proved far more in the passing game, catching 40 more passes in five fewer games. 

All of that is to say that I will feel much better about ranking these rookies for Dynasty purposes after the NFL Draft. But unless Hall falls much further than anyone anticipates, he'll still likely be my 1.01 in May.

The rankings below are sorted by the far left column, which is for PPR leagues. To the right of that ranking, in order, are rankings for non-PPR, Superflex, and tight end premium. The quarterbacks in the Superflex rankings will be the most subject to draft capital and landing spot. If Malik Willis goes top 10, he'll be No. 3 at worst in Superflex. But if he falls out of the first round, he may not be in the top 10.