Kenyan Drake

Kenyan Drake Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'1" / 211 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
January 26, 1994 (26)
5th Season
2016 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 73 (MIA)

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Kenyan Drake News

Kenyan Drake Expects Big Things From Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake expects the Cardinals to make some noise in 2020 after going 5-10-1 in 2019 in head coach Kliff Kingsbury's first season at the helm. "I feel like the hype is warranted, to be honest," Drake said during an appearance on Good Morning Football on Thursday. "I feel like we're going to go out there and really take the league by storm, especially our division." The addition of All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins will certainly help, but the Cardinals are in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL. Drake reached 15-plus mph on 26.8 percent of his rushes with the Cardinals, as opposed to hitting that speed on just 14.9 percent of his carries in Miami in 2019. His 33 rushes of 15-plus mph were the second-most in the NFL from Week 9-17 last year. Arizona's offense is surely on the rise, and Drake is a low-end RB1 after an excellent second half last season.

Jun. 18th • 12:34 PM
Kenyan Drake Named Among Most Elusive

Arizona Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake was ranked as the 12th most elusive back in the league, according to Pro Football Focus. The site ranked 27 players, with former Cardinal and current Houston Texan David Johnson coming in last. Drake started 2019 as a member of the Miami Dolphins before heading to the desert. In eight games with the birds, the 26-year-old ran for 643 yards and eight touchdowns. He is expected to be selected within the first three rounds, depending on league size, of fantasy drafts for the 2020 season, so fantasy managers should plan accordingly.

Jun. 15th • 8:14 PM
Kenyan Drake Brings Legitimate Speed To Cardinals Backfield

Arizona Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake enjoyed plenty of success in the desert in 2019 after being traded from the Dolphins. He nearly doubled his 15-plus mph rush rate when he came to the Cardinals, going from 14.9 percent of rushes in Miami to 26.8 percent in Arizona. Drake rushed the ball 123 times in Arizona and hit 15-plus mph on more than a fourth of those attempts, while he carried the ball just 47 times in Miami. The 26-year-old was a top-five running back while in Arizona for a partial season. And now that the team moved on from David Johnson, Drake surely has RB1 upside in Arizona in an offense that should be able to put up plenty of points.

Jun. 4th • 1:13 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Kyler Murray
Brett Hundley
RB Kenyan Drake
Chase Edmonds
LWR DeAndre Hopkins
Andy Isabella
RWR Christian Kirk
KeeSean Johnson
SWR Larry Fitzgerald
Trent Sherfield
TE Dan Arnold
Maxx Williams
LT D.J. Humphries
Joshua Miles
LG Justin Pugh
Sam Jones
C Mason Cole
Lamont Gaillard
RG J.R. Sweezy
Max Garcia
RT Marcus Gilbert
Josh Jones
LDE Zach Allen
Michael Dogbe
NT Jordan Phillips
Leki Fotu
RDE Corey Peters
Jonathan Bullard
WILL Devon Kennard
SLB Chandler Jones
Kylie Fitts
ILB De'Vondre Campbell
Haason Reddick
MLB Jordan Hicks
Evan Weaver
LCB Patrick Peterson
Jalen Davis
SS Jalen Thompson
Isaiah Simmons
FS Budda Baker
Charles Washington
RCB Byron Murphy Jr.
Kevin Peterson
K Zane Gonzalez