Player: Breece Hall

Team: New York Jets

Pick: 36 2nd Round

 

On a brilliant episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast Host Bobby LaMarco discusses the fantasy viability of former Iowa State Running Back Breece Hall with guest Paul Blake. Watch as Paul pounds the table for Hall as the pick 1.1 in dynasty rookie drafts. To watch our full analysis, plus a tracing of Breece’s Hall family tree, check out the YouTube video included with this article and see where Hall ranks on our new consensus rookie rankings for 2022 fantasy football dynasty leagues and 2022 fantasy football ADP pages!

 

After all the ink that has been spilled and all the videos that have been made, what is there left to say about Breece Hall? I am sure you have read, seen, or heard about his size (5′, 11″ 220lbs), speed (4.39 forty-yard dash), and production (4,675 scrimmage yards, and 56 Touchdowns in three seasons). But the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast delves even deeper into Breece Hall’s games to unearth a treasure trove of information on the shiniest new diamond in fantasy football. 

Jets running back Michael Carter had a respectable rookie season in 2021 posting 964 yards from scrimmage and four TDs on 183 touches. Both Hall and Carter are good options in the receiving game as well, so I do not expect Carter to become a 3rd down back. Breece Hall will take over as the lead back in the Jets backfield, but I do not suspect it will be an exclusively Breece Hall backfield. I imagine they take turns by the series. So, Hall will be in the backfield for the first offensive series or two and then Carter will get a series. Don’t throw away Carter just yet. 

I’m on the books to take Hall at pick 1.1 in a dynasty rookie draft. Watch the YouTube video attached to find out if I like Hall at his average redraft position. To hear our full analysis, check out the YouTube video above or listen to the podcast audio below.

 

Sources: NFL.com, sports-reference.com, cyclones.com