As 2012 NFL season begins on September 6, NFL Betting enthusiasts are eager to watch the rookies. This is because the rookies have the ability to make or break the team. They know it’s too early to say for it is only the first half-week of the training camp. But they are excited to see which rookies are getting some heat up. Our radar got some information for me and as of the moment, here are some rookies that have stand out early in the training camp. Doug Martin Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs position battle might be over before it started. LeGarrette Blount has been used sparingly. Everyone from the ball boy to the head coach to the beat writers are agog over Martin’s ability. He may garner the starting role in Tampa Bay and get the lion’s share of catches and carries out of the backfield for new coach Greg Schiano. NFL betting enthusiasts can’t wait to see this kid on the field during the regular season.

Dont’a Hightower New England Patriots: Bill Belichick has lavished praise on Hightower. The last time we saw him praise a rookie this much was Jerod Mayo and that worked out well. Hightower is very intelligent and versatile, two qualities Belichick prizes most. Hightower should start right away and might make a quicker impact than buzzier rookie Chandler Jones. He knows what defense is and what Patriots lacked in last year. So all of a sudden, they get one of the best linebackers in this draft to go with one of the best pass rushers.

Brandon Bolden New England Patriots: Running back certainly is a position where you can make a quick impact. Bolden consistently has made noise early in camp. Some have suggested he looks more explosive than last year’s second-round draft pick Shane Vereen. The 5’11″, 215-pound halfback is looking forward to be the next Ben Green-Ellis

Alshon Jeffrey Chicago Bears: The Chicago Sun-Times reports the big-bodied rookie is “catching everything in sight” and “looking like he’s done this before.” If that continues, he should wind up being a bigger part of the offense than Devin Hester. Jeffrey also uses his size to make plays on the ball downfield. Has a massive pair of hands to go with his long arms and is an elite receiver once the ball is in the air. He has the anticipation and jumping ability to high point the ball over nearly any corner he faces.

Jonathan Grimes Houston Texans running back: Texans coaches love undrafted rookie running back Grimes, according to the Houston Chronicle. That’s a nugget for fantasy owners to file away just in case. A punishing, downhill runner who runs bigger than his size. He isn’t very elusive in the open field, but he makes up for that with his tremendous burst. In fact, Grimes can best be described as a no-nonsense runner who comes straight at you with breakaway speed. Sure he’ll earn his playing time for the Texans knows what to do with those undrafted runners.

NFL Season Opening is just around the corner. Can these prized rookies make an impact on their respective teams? Will they be a major factor in NFL betting? Find more info at sportsbook.ag

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