Gibson is one of the most intriguing RB2-types heading into the 2022 season. After an RB13 finish in 2020, he finished RB12 in 2021, but was 20th on a per game basis. He was 10th in touches per game (18.5) and his offensive line is a top-12 unit according to our offensive line guru, Justin Edwards. So why is the 24-year-old Gibson the RB23 off the board in early drafts? Well, J.D. McKissic is back after briefly committing to the Bills, and Gibson’s targets were significantly higher (4.4 vs. 2.7 per game) when McKissic missed five games last season. The Commanders also drafted Brian Robinson in the third round and HC Ron Rivera is now waxing nostalgic about his days in Carolina when he had the 1-2 punch of Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams. If Gibson is able to maintain 18+ touches per game, then he’ll be a screaming value at his current sixth-round ADP, but there are enough workload questions here to push him toward the bottom of the RB2 rankings in what’s shaping up to be a pretty deep year at the position.