Jonathan Taylor is the NFL’s Next Star RB

Recently in the NFL there has been some unbelievably talented running backs entering the league.

The 2017 draft class for example, could go down as one of the best RB draft classes of all-time.

2017 RB Draft Class Notables:

Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey, Dalvin Cook, Alvin Kamara, Joe Mixon, James Conner, Kareem Hunt, Tarik Cohen, Aaron Jones, Marlon Mack, Chris Carson, Wayne Gallman, Jamaal Williams.

Absolutely insane how many talented starting RB’s have came from just ONE DRAFT CLASS. This is a perfect demonstration on how you that it’s not hard to find talented starting RB in the draft.

Although, that is not the hard part.. The hard part is finding an elite game-changing superstar RB that will instantly turn your franchise around.

In the 2020 NFL Draft, at least one team will receive that opportunity to draft that special-type of RB..

The University of Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor is absolutely the real deal. 

In my opinion, Saquon Barkley, Ezekiel Elliot and Christian McCaffrey were the best 3 RB prospects of the past decade.

I firmly believe Jonathan Taylor will join them and immediately become a superstar in the NFL.

Taylor rushed for 1,977 yards his freshman year, 2,194 yards last season, and now this season he’s somehow already elevating his game another level to start being considered in the Heisman Trophy conversation.

Taylor’s similar towards Saquon Barkley, in which he’s a type of RB you would create in a laboratory. He’s got the perfect size for a RB and demonstrates all the desired attributes of a star RB.

Jonathan Taylor. Remember the name. Because he will 100% be the next superstar RB in the NFL.


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