The Fullback position in football is slowly dieing off. However; These 15 Fullbacks are still doing there job at a high level. When It comes to lead blacking and pass protection as well as making plays with the ball when needed, these are the top 15 fullbacks in the game.
15. Michael Robinson, Seattle Seahawks
14. John Kuhn, Green Bay Packers
13. Quinn Johnson, Tennesee Titans
12. Stanley Havili, Philadelphia Eagles
11. Mike Tolbert, Carolina Panthers
10. Jerome Felton, Minnesota Vikings
9. Greg Jones, Jacksonville Jaguars
8. Jed Collins, New Orleans Saints
7. Henry Hynoski, New York Giants
6. Bruce Miller, San Francisco 49ers
5. James Casey, Houston Texans A picture of versatility, Casey was used in a number of ways in the Houston offense. He’s a capable runner, receiver and blocker, and while that didn’t always show up on the stat sheet, Casey’s pure ability will make him one of the most sought-after free agents on the market this year.
4. Rhett Ellison, Minnesota Vikings The Vikings used Ellison as a fullback and a tight end this season—a testament to his versatility and athleticism. As a run-blocker from the backfield and the edge, Ellison established himself as a valuable piece of the Minnesota offense.
3. Darrel Young, Washington Redskins Built like a bowling ball, Darrel Young has the power to be an effective road grader in the Redskins’ zone-read offense. That scheme requires versatility from the fullback position as a runner, receiver and blocker, and Young can do all three. He’s an up-and-comer at the position.
2. Marcel Reece, Oakland Raiders One of the more athletic fullbacks in the NFL today, Reece is a triple threat as a runner, blocker and receiver. What he doesn’t bring to the table as a pass-blocker, he makes up for with the ball in his hands. Reece is the most versatile fullback in the game today.
1. Vonta Leach, Baltimore Ravens Leach is a rare throwback to the old days of fullbacks. He’s a big-bodied bruiser who makes his cash by opening up holes between the tackles and kicking out to lead block on outside runs. On the off chance that he gets the ball, Leach can make things happen, but only on short-yardage situations