As consensus builds on player's drafting positions, it's smart to take note of the trends. Below are the five fastest ADP risers and why they are moving up the board.
Jerick McKinnon's rise is a classic example of the is there no one else situation in what could prove to be a good offense in San Francisco. McKinnon has been a serviceable if unspectacular back in Minnesota, but with only Matt Breida to compete with for touches, McKinnon looks to be a surprising volume back in 2018. I'm always a bit wary of drafting backs strictly on their situation, and don't consider McKinnon a second round talent. I'd expect his ADP to taper a bit soon unless there is considerable good camp buzz.