Raheem Mostert, RB, Miami Dolphins
It's easy to say that Raheem Mostert is 31 years old so his playing window is closing, but it's tough to sneeze at the 21 total touchdowns he scored. In one season, he had never had more than 10.
Mostert plays in the extremely fast offense of the Dolphins so it's hard to imagine the numbers he put up this season being sustainable across a long period of time, but he could certainly have another season like this one.
That said, he would be a player I would shop around to see what I could get in return. Another manager in your league may see those 21 touchdowns that he scored and be willing to offer up a premium asset.
Rachaad White, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Coming into this season, Rachaad White was Tampa Bay's No. 1 running back, but after posting just 481 yards and one touchdown rushing last season, he didn't have a firm grip on it. It was expected that we would see some of Chase Edmonds, Ke'Shawn Vaughn and even Sean Tucker mixed in.
But White put an end to those thoughts early as he was given 272 carries on the season. No one else had more than 50. White rushed for 990 yards and six touchdowns on the season but he also caught 64 passes for another 549 yards and three scores, becoming one of the better multi-purpose backs in the league.
White was likely a mid-round pick in fantasy drafts this season but should be a first or second-round selection next year.