There are an unusually high number of players who could come into their own in 2010, reshaping the IDP landscape at Defensive End.
In the last few years, there have been fewer DE studs than there are teams in your league. That could all change if even half of the highly touted prospects from the last three NFL drafts take full advantage of their talents and opportunities in 2010.
It generally takes at least a season and a half for a good DE to learn how to play the game at the professional level. Sometimes a rookie will make a massive impact, but not all of them sustained that production in subsequent years.
Most of these players below have gone undrafted in most leagues. As much as I would like, I can’t add all these prospects to my dynasty IDP rosters. This is who I’ll be watching closely in the first four games of the upcoming NFL season...