With three quarters of the 2018 regular season in the books, former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah has reviewed his notes from the first 13 weeks to rank the top 25 rookies in the league today.
Barkley has all but wrapped up the Offensive Rookie of the Year award. He's been a force as a runner and receiver.
James has the versatility to line up all over the field and he continues to make "wow" plays on a weekly basis.
Leonard has tremendous range, instincts and production. He's earned a Pro Bowl invitation with his play this fall.
Chubb has already produced double-digit sacks (10) and he's continuing to improve against the run.
Mayfield has brought life to the Browns' offense and organization. He has been the best of the rookie QBs by a wide margin.
Vander Esch has a unique blend of size, athleticism and physicality. He has been a key to the Cowboys' recent surge.
Ward doesn't get challenged as much after starting the season with a bang. He has elite cover skills.
Lindsay is explosive. He finds a way to create space when there doesn't seem to be any available.
Nelson is a dominant force in the run game and has a firm anchor in pass protection.
Smith has settled in and he's playing at a very high level. He is extremely quick to diagnose plays, and he gets to the football in a hurry.
McGlinchey has started each week for the 49ers and he's been very dependable in all facets of the game.
Ridley is an outstanding route runner and he's displayed the potential to emerge as a legit Option 1B opposite Julio Jones.
I love Alexander's cover ability, toughness and swagger. He's already one of the top young cornerbacks in the NFL.
Fitzpatrick has the size and athleticism to match up with anyone on the field. His production will eventually catch up to his talent.
Miller is an exquisite route runner and he's gained the trust of his head coach and quarterback.
Jackson has been a little up and down this fall, but he flashes elite athleticism and playmaking ability.
The Bills should be very happy with Edmunds' development in Year 1. He would be getting more buzz if not for a loaded rookie linebacker class.
Bates relies on his outstanding instincts and range to make plays for a beleaguered Bengals defense.
Warner has been a tackling machine for San Francisco. He is also more than adequate in coverage.
Moore has started to emerge in the second half of the season. He is a dynamic route runner and can create after the catch.
Allen has provided a spark for the Bills' offense. He's a dangerous runner and has generated some big plays in the passing game.
Jackson has been the catalyst for a much-improved Ravens rushing attack. He still has work to do as a passer, but I've seen steady improvement.