4. Kareem Hunt, Running Back
While Nick Chubb has been questioned about his skill as a receiver, Kareem Hunt has never had that issue. The No. 2 running back for the Cleveland Browns, Hunt is well-known for his skill in this area and despite spending the first half of the 2019 season suspended, he still proved he can be a threat in the passing game in the second half.
In those eight games, Hunt had 44 passes thrown his way and he pulled in 37 of them for an impressive catch rate of 84.1 percent — which ironically enough ties his rookie season when he had the same exact percentage after catching 53 of 63 passes.
Like Chubb, Hunt is also great at running between the tackles, evidenced by him leading the NFL in rushing in 2017 as a rookie for the Kansas City Chiefs. That year, he had 1,327 yards but added another 455 in the passing game. Before being released in the 2018 season for his off-field issues, Hunt had another 824 yards rushing and 378 receiving — with seven touchdowns in 11 games.
Now entering his fourth NFL season, he’s looking to prove himself both on and off the field as he seeks a long-term contract. While his talent as a runner is going to help in that regard, it’s his skill as a receiver that could really put him over the top.