Lindsay is a must for that pick, even if he was a one year wonder, you lose nothing, while having a pretty high ceiling too.
Nick chubb… got more interesting. For a 7th, i might not keep him. Its tough because while hunt is away he should be everything we saw last year and more. But once hunt gets there… then what? Who is the guy? Is he a complimentary piece? Does he tske over dukes role, or does duke become more or a slot reciever and its hunt and chubb? Or does hunt just take over because he is THAT damn good? Too many questions, not enough upside. I would not keep chubb. Only reason i would, is so i can keep him next year IF hunt doesnt stay.
Kerryon is a keep for me. I have him as well in the 6th, and i expect him to be about a 3rd or 4th round guy this year, and he has the upside of being an RB1. At worst he is a high end RB3 which would suck, but i can live with a situational play RB in the 6th.
Then its brandin cooks, and pretty easily to me. He went 80 for 1200 yards, and 5 TDs. That tells me he has room to get better with TDs. Evans and diggs didnt blow him out of the water, and he is a round to 2 rounds cheaper. Take the guy that can do more, for cheaper. Pair that with the fact that if you really want evans, he very likely will make it to you in the second round as it is. Diggs too for his 3rd round pick. Granted, thats pure specualtion since its a keeper with 14 teams meaning 42 players will be off the board before you even start, im just saying its possible.
So my choice would be cooks (4th) kerryon (6th) and lindsay (17th)
This gives you your top 3 picks, and you will already have a good stable of RBs to work with making it easy to go best player avaiable at each round.