ESPN Fantasy Projection: Edwards-Helaire is in running back paradise after Andy Reid and the Chiefs selected him with the 32nd pick of April's draft. The LSU product isn't particularly fast (4.60 40-yard dash) and is on the small side at 5-foot-7, 207 pounds, but he sports elite elusiveness and tackle-breaking ability. Edwards-Helaire also paced this year's rookie class in targets (65), receptions (55) and receiving yards (453) last season. He has three-down upside, though it's possible his frame could cost him goal-line touches. Edwards-Helaire's short-term production might be limited by the presence of Damien Williams, but it's only a matter of time until he's the feature back in the Chiefs' high-scoring, Patrick Mahomes-led offense. He's a borderline top-20 fantasy back in 2020.