5. Leonard Fournette, RB LSU
Arguably the best overall player in the league, the sophomore should put up huge numbers in 2015 as the Tigers rely on him in the midst of a shaky quarterback situation. He was one of the best freshmen in the nation last season, putting up 1,034 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns while also returning a kickoff for a 100-yard touchdown against Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl.
He’s reportedly bigger and stronger this spring and ready for an even larger role. It might come down to how competitive LSU is in the loaded West, but if the Tigers are in contention heading into the final few weeks of the regular season, expect Fournette to be getting some heavy consideration.
Bovada Odds: 15/2