Breshad Perriman, Todd Gurley head list of top rookie playmakers

To me, offensive playmakers are defined as players who are a threat to make chunk-yardage plays whenever they are on the field. They may not necessarily be as consistent, polished or clutch as other players, but they have the potential to change a game any time they touch the ball.

Here's a look at my top five rookie playmakers for 2015. For this list, I took into account each player's fit with their new team. All five of these guys graded out as outstanding in terms of their big-play ability in our pre-draft scouting evaluations of them.

1. Breshad Perriman, WR, Baltimore Ravens

Defenses that give Perriman a clean release do so at their own risk. The long-strider has deceptive top-end speed and the second gear to run past most NFL corners when he's allowed to build momentum. Jamming the 6-foot-2, 212-pound Perriman isn't easy, either, and it should only get harder as he gets stronger and more polished.