In this episode, Kyle Senra and I talk about the latest crop of rookie dynasty players from this year's draft class. First, we talk rookie running backs. Thge top two running backs, Iowa State's Breece Hall and Michigan State's Kenneth Walker, are two of the most popular rookies in drafts. Hall's rushing and PPR upside make him the likely top pick in rookie drafts. Kyle also loves's Hall's athleticism to make defenders miss on long touchdowns. Walker's lack of a PPR upside limits his ability to catch Hall for the top pick in rookie drafts. Bills rookie James Cook is in a very intruguing spot in 2022. With Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, Dawson Knox, and Devin Singletary, he could have a touch time even as a PPR running back. Kyle likes Bucs running back Rachaad White's receiving upside. At quarterback, Pitt's Kenny Pickett was the only first-round pick in April's NFL Draft. Titans rookie quarterback Malik Willis offers plenty of upside, but Pickett's draft capital makes him the top rookie quarterback in drafts. We also believe Pickett has got a real chance to start the 2022 season as Pittsburgh's starting quarterback. With wide receivers, there seems to be two or three rookies separating themselves from the pack. Despite being the sixth receiver taken, Titans rookie Treylon Burks seems like the top rookie in drafts. With no A.J. Brown or Julio Jones in Nashville, Burks could be the top pass-catcher. Kyle believes Falcons rookie Drake London is in a similar role with no Calvin Ridley. While many people like Garrett Wilson, the Jets may not be in a great spot to give Wilson the same target workload. Kyle nas noticed a clear dropoff after the top-nine rookie receivers in drafts. To end this episode, we look at Kyle tradiing a first-round pick for Bears receiver Darnell Mooney. In this league, Kyle already owns Justin Fields - making a potential Bears stack. Kyle also adds that Mooney saves $2 million on the league's salary cap.