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Incoming Rookies to Target in Franchise Draft of Madden 18

[Aug 14 2017 GMT]

    Madden 18 is about to release on August 25th. And it is time to be accustomed with the initial rankings. More information is on nflcoins.com where fast and safe madden mobile coins are provided.


    There are some incoming rookies who you can target to improve your franchise. Most of these incoming rookies are not well known but still have interesting traits that figure to benefit your team.


    The following are three incoming rookies to target in Madden 18 franchise draft.


    1. Dede Westbrook – Wide Receiver of Jacksonville Jaguars


    The Jacksonville Jaguars have added Dede Westbrook, a wide receiver in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL draft.


    The team selected Dede Westbrook out of Oklahoma with the 110th pick of the 2017NFL Draft.


    Due to his incredible physical attributes, Westbrook made a difference in the pros. He stands at 6 feet tall and weighs 178 pounds, and his initial overall ranking in Madden 18 is 75, coming with 93 speed, 92 acceleration, 95 agility, and 86 catching.


    Last season, the 6-foot, 178-pound Westbrook nabbed 74 passes for 1,465 yards and 16 touchdowns, which is good enough to help him win the 2016 Biletnikoff Award as college football's top receiver.


    Westbrook’s good speed and agility can help your offense stretch the field which could improve the offense as a whole, and he is only 23 years old and coming in with a cheap rookie contract.


    2. Taylor Moton, Right Guard of Carolina Panthers


    Taylor Moton, as a Right Guard, was selected in the second round of the 2017 NFL draft and with 86 strength, 97 injury and 96 toughness, he got some good tangibles that could make him a useful pick in Madden 18.


    Moton was invited to 2017 Reese’s Senior Bowl, and he set Western Michigan record for most starts in a career with 52. He was named MAC Scholar-Athlete of the week following game vs. Kent State.


    Motton has got the name as FWAA All-American, Phil Steele All-American, AFCA All-American, 2016 Academic All-MAC, and 2016 First-Team All-MAC.


    So, Moton is worth the draft pick.


    3. Donnel Pumphrey Jr. – Running Back of Philidelphia Eagles


    Donnel Pumphrey handled 20 or more carries in 30 of his 54 games at SDSU, while enduring bumps, bruises yet never missed a game.


    Pumphrey posts 91 speed and 93 acceleration, pairing with 94 agility, 95 stamina and 86 ball carrier vision which are both solid especially for a right back.


     Pumphrey really can be a dominant NFL running back, and needless to say, to be targeted in the Madden 18 franchise draft.