To answer this properly you must post your line up. It is a toss up ad depends on your team needs.http://www.fantasyfootballcafe.com/player_rankings.php
2009 Rookie Rankings
By R.J. White, Fantasy Football Cafe Regular
25. Glen Coffee, RB, San Francisco, 3.10
Coffee is probably never going to be a lead back in the NFL, but he landed in the right situation in San Francisco. The 49ers are desperate to add a bigger back to a committee with Frank Gore, in the hopes that it will limit the wear-and-tear he accumulates each season. While the carries split will be nowhere near even, Coffee should get a decent amount of playing time as a rookie and could shoulder the load in the event of another Gore injury.
26. Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Cleveland, 2.18
Didn't write past 25 but here is the pluses and minuses of Double M
Wide Receiver | Senior | Georgia Mohamed Massaquoi
Height: 6-11/2 | Weight: 210 | 40-Time: 4.55
Excellent athleticism...Has the height you look for...Great speed and quickness...Long arms...Pretty good hands...Has shown the ability to make the difficult catch...Terrific ball skills and body control...Very tough and is not afraid to work the middle...Elusive and can do some damage after the catch...Knows how to get open....Productive with lots of experience against elite competition...Hard worker and solid leader.
Drops have been a problem in the past...Doesn't play as fast as he times...Is not a great route runner...Has a thin build...Goes down easy and won't break tackles...Not very strong...Durability may be an issue.
Last name is pronounced "MASS-a-qwah"...The son of Liberian immigrants...A very highly-regarded recruit coming out of high school...Was basically a four-year starter in the SEC...Took talented freshman A.J. Green under his wing and mentored him...Had the best season of his career as a senior...Probably not quite the prospect Reggie Brown was coming out of college but is a similar type of player.