Ezekiel Elliott found himself in a tremendous situation, being able to run behind one of the better offensive lines in the league. Zeke had a tremendous rookie year, but it did not land him the Rookie Of The Year. He has established himself as a power ground runner, but has potential to work in the passing game as well. Elliott was taken fourth overall in the 2016 draft, which puts him in the bubble of being a running back drafted way higher than most starting backs in the league. After dominating at Ohio State, he has taken his success and instantly applied it to the NFL.