Fantasy Football Rookies: 7 Rookies You Should Target in 2014

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Washington Huskies running back Bishop Sankey (25) Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

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Coming in at #2 is Tennessee Titans running back Bishop Sankey. Sankey was the first running back picked in the 2014 Draft, as he was picked by the Titans with the 54th overall pick in the 2nd round.

After not playing much as a freshman, Sankey went off in his last two years at Washington. Sankey scored 16 and 20 touchdowns his sophomore and junior seasons, respectively.

Sankey will immediately start for Tennessee, taking over the position from last year’s starter Chris Johnson, who left for the New York Jets. Sankey, who averaged 5.4 yards per carry in his Washington career, should have a productive rookie season. Tennessee’s pass offense is suspect, so they will rely heavily on the running game.

As with the case with most rookies, Sankey will probably not be a top 10 running back this year. However, Sankey will still be worth having on your team as a RB2 or a flex option because of his raw potential.