Coming off an unremarkable season in the shadow of Reggie Bush, Miami running back, Lamar Miller is beginning to garner some attention. Miller's standard-scoring ADP has risen in the past month from the late third round to the 3.04 spot. In some drafts, you can even see him creep into the late second round.
Miller is young, fast, and he's moving into the starting position for the Dolphins. He's a risky pick, but could have a breakout year.
While on the subject of unproven running backs, Zac Stacy seems unlikely to move into the starting role in St. Louis, given by his ADP trendline.
Once being drafted as high as the early 9th round, Stacy has dropped to the 11th round. To be fair, neither Daryl Richardson nor Isiah Pead are filling Steven Jackson's spot, but it seems that mock drafters see Stacy as the least likely of the three to receive significant touches this year.
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