Veteran guys at the top (Marlon Mack, Tevin Coleman, Kerryon Johnson) who offer continuity for their respective coaching staffs in a COVID-19 short-staffed season. These guys could be worth grabbing as early handcuffs if you take Mostert, Swift or Taylor, but they also offer standalone value as potential starters in solid offenses. Zack Moss and Ke'Shawn Vaughn could compete for their teams' starting RB jobs sooner rather than later, while Damien Harris, who seemingly didn't touch the field as a rookie in 2019, could be given an extended tryout if the Patriots start to lose games early after losing so many key players to COVID-19 opt outs and Cam Newton's suspect health. Last but not least is De'Andre Washington, a player rising up draft boards quickly in the wake of Damien Williams opting out for the 2020 season. Washington played with Mahomes at Texas Tech for two seasons (2014-2015) and flashed as a fill-in starter late last season for Josh Jacobs in Oakland. He provides a veteran role and safety net if CEH struggles out of the gate this season.