ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Colts surprisingly nabbed Taylor with the 41st pick of April's draft. An outstanding prospect purely from a rushing standpoint, the Wisconsin product paced this year's rookie class in carries, rushing yards and rushing touchdowns and ranked fourth with a 3.7 YAC in 2019. Taylor also crushed it at February's combine, running a position-best 4.39 40 and a solid 7.01 three cone despite a hefty 5-foot-10, 226-pound frame. The main concerns here are fumbles (18) and pass-catching ability (nine drops on 68 targets). Taylor has RB1 upside down the road, but his short-term fantasy value will suffer with incumbent early-down back Marlon Mack and passing-down specialist Nyheim Hines in the fold. Taylor is worth grabbing in the middle rounds, but it might take some time before he's a reliable fantasy starter.