It depends on where in the first round. Only the elite guys, like Adrian Petersen, should be picked in the top 10. Later in the round is a different story. Usually the teams picking in the bottom-half of the draft have quality players at other positions, namely at QB. Those teams can afford to use a first-rounder on a top-notch RB prospect.
Cook and Fournette are the only two RB’s I think should be first round picks, and I expect both of them to be gone by Tampa’s selection. If one is still available, I’d have no problem with the selection. Pick BPA and everything else will sort itself out. You’ll never regret drafting a Pro-Bowl player, regardless of position.
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