2017 Outlook: Ajayi wasn't pleased about losing Miami's starting gig to Arian Foster last preseason. He may have had a point. After sitting out Week 1, Ajayi rolled to 1,423 yards and 8 touchdowns on 287 touches. He posted a 4.9 YPC (11th best), including 2.5 yards after contact (fifth). Although Ajayi was extremely effective, a hefty chunk of his fantasy production came in three games. He posted a top-three point total in each of those games, which accounted for half of his six top-20 fantasy weeks. Ajayi doesn't add much as a receiver, but he's now the clear feature back in Miami's run-first offense. The 24-year-old should be off the board during the second round of your draft.
2017 Outlook: Drake was a somewhat surprising third-round selection in the 2016 draft. The scat back out of Alabama projects as a change-of-pace and passing-down specialist at the NFL level, which makes him a good fit as a complement to Jay Ajayi in Miami. Drake was limited to 42 touches for 225 yards as a rookie but did average a healthy 5.4 YPC in that small sample. Drake figures to play an expanded role this season, but his reps will be limited by the presence of Ajayi and Damien Williams.