This article is part of our Dynasty Watch series.
With the underclassman draft entrants declaring their intentions and leaving school behind, some big names have finalized their eligibility for selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, and it might not be long from now that we'll be considering those names in our fantasy drafts. They are of course of immediate interest in dynasty formats, but you'll want to know them for your redraft considerations as well, especially for when bye weeks and injuries hit.
We'll be writing extensively on the dynasty and redraft projections of the 2019 class in general, be it rankings, sleeper prospects, Senior Bowl and combine analysis, dynasty league rookie mocks, and maybe other things, but in the short term I'll try to get timely profiles written up for the most recently declared underclassmen of note. Since I'm working backward time-wise, the first names are Marquise Brown (WR, Oklahoma), Dillon Mitchell (WR, Oregon), Darius Slayton (WR, Auburn), Miles Sanders (RB, Penn State), and Jordan Scarlett (RB, Florida).
Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma (5-10, 168)
I think Brown is the prospect people wanted Dede Westbrook to be. Westbrook is a fine player for the Jaguars, but Brown applies to the game similarly and should put forth superior workout metrics to complete a prospect profile that already has the benefit of exceptional production and film.
Westbrook ran a 4.39-second 40-yard dash in a pro day setting at 6-feet, 178 pounds, and he was absurdly productive at Oklahoma himself with 80 catches for 1,524 yards and 17 touchdowns on 108