Redskins RB Alfred Morris said having gone through an NFL season before has him feeling a lot more comfortable this time around as training camp approaches.
He looked pretty comfortable last year as well, becoming the Skins starter after getting picked in the sixth round. He finished 2012 with 1,613 yards and 13 touchdowns. Not many thought he'd stick as the RB1, but he turned out to be a great later-round pick in last year's draft. This year he won't be a secret, and he's ranked 6th among our RBs. The only downfall to Morris was his lack of involvement in the passing game. But the team made him an every down back during the middle of last season, so there's a chance he's more involved this year. He's a late first round option in drafts.