There's something to be said about taking an opportunity and running with it.
Sometimes it can be as simple as being in the right situation at exactly the right time, while other times it involves more knowledge and overall skill.
Nevertheless—no matter which way you spin it—success nearly always starts and can be defined by this one simple saying from Seneca:
"Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity."
Corny, yes, but there is also a lot of truth and meaning to take away from this quote as well.
After all, each year we see player's who shock everybody, turning out much better than anyone could have ever expected.
For instance, running backs like Daryl Richardson, Bryce Brown and Alfred Morris, who, just last year, turned out to make substantial impacts despite facing some rather improbable odds.
It's an anomaly of sorts, but the crazy thing is it happens each and every year, and this year appears to be no different.
So, who exactly are the running backs going into the most ideal situations in this, their rookie seasons?
Ahead, I try to pinpoint these players—discussing exactly what makes them special and how they will make their presences felt sooner rather than later.