Ronnie Hillman had a very productive final two seasons of his college career at San Diego State, totaling 3,243 rushing yards and 36 touchdowns on the ground. leading the Denver Broncos to draft him in the third round of this past April's draft as they look to add skill position talent around newly signed quarterback Peyton Manning.
Hillman does not have terrific size (5'9", 200 lbs.) and was not very productive as a pass receiver in college (33 receptions in 2010 and 2011 combined), so he will not immediately step in as an every down back at the NFL level, and the Broncos will not ask him to with Willis McGahee, Knowshon Moreno and Lance Ball also in the mix for playing time.
There have been some reports the Broncos expect Hillman to become an immediate contributor as a rookie, but he reportedly was behind the other three backs in the pecking order during the team's recent minicamp. So, what can fantasy football owners expect from Hillman in 2012?
How Hillman Fits Into The Bron...