Par Value. The Great One, who would've been a Patriot, had I been running the War Room, back when he was drafted, is worth every penny of his Premium. He's incredibly productive, and he's incredibly reliable.
WB George Kittle ~ His current ADP is about 23rd, late 2nd Round, the 2nd Ranked WingBack.
Par Value! A SuperStar in his prime!
FB Amari Cooper ~ His current ADP is about 27th, early 3rd Round, the 9th Ranked WideOut.
Par Value. Cooper is a Star in his prime, worth every penny. Lamb is getting a lot of hype, but not only do I strongly suspect that he'll considerably less Market Share than is generally expected, I believe that this Offense is poised to expand. Now that the previous Coach's catatonic approach is a thing of the past, fresh life comes to Dallas. Cooper'll get his, I think.
SE Allen Robinson ~ His current ADP is about 38th, early 4th Round, the 15th Ranked WideOut.
Par Value. Robinson is a Stud in his prime, who finished 12th, last year, and who gets tons of Targets, but I have no problem with The Market giving'm a slight downgrade, as the Offensive Line might take a step back, this year.
WB Mark Andrews ~ His ADP is currently about 40th, early 4th Round.
Par Value. So far, it's certainly looking like I was as wrong about Andrews being overrated in the 2018 Draft as I was about Jackson. He has all the looks of a Rising Star, right now. He was the #5 WingBack, last year, and is being projected to ascend to #4. The concern is that the young WideOuts will eat into his Target Market Share. But that might work just as strongly in his favor, as their threats open up space for'm. He is currently Jackson's #1 target, so that scenario could translate into Andrews retaining a slightly smaller share of a considerably more productive pie. And with the Ravens inexplicably trading away Hayden Hurst ~ presumably to shift some Market Share to the young WideOuts ~ a young, talented competitor for Snaps at WingBack is out'f the way, to Andrews's statistical benefit. He's well positioned.
WB Zachary Ertz ~ His ADP is currently about 48th, late 4th Round, the 4th Ranked WingBack.
Overvalued. Ertz is a SuperStar in'is prime, and his Stock has actually slid from the late 3rd Round, a few months ago, but I feel that there's a bit more risk involved with him, due to the continuing ascension of Goedert, the injuries to the Offensive Line, the drafting of Jalen Reagor, and the likely return to full health of Alshon Jeffrey and José Joaquín Arcega Whiteside, the latter 2 presenting large Targets that will naturally compete with Ertz and Goedert for Short Yardage and Red Zone Targets.
WB Darren Waller ~ His ADP is currently about #60, very late 5th Round, the 5th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Waller, a long time favorite of mine ~ I love the Georgia State Yellow Jackets, baby! 222-0!! ~ would seem to be generally expected to take a small step back after his sudden, shocking, break out campaign. Or perhaps it'd be more accurate to attribute his tracking 5th among WingBacks, despite being young, on the rise, and scoring 4th, last year, to applying a Wafer Thin Resume Discount, as The Market seems to be doing. And that seems reasonable to me.
FB Terry McLaurin ~ His ADP is currently about #63, early 6th Round, the 26th Ranked WideOut.
Sleeper! McLaurin had an exceptional Rookie campaign, despite a bad situation, finishing 24th, and I see plenty of reason, considering that he's the indisputable #1 WideOut in Washington, to expect a strong step forward, this year. Even a moderate improvement to 75/1080/8 or so would translate into about 15th or so, warranting an early 4th Round Pick.
XB Steven Sims ~ His ADP is currently about #300, UFA, the 96th Ranked WideOut.
SuperDooper DeeperSleeper!! Sims quietly emerged down the stretch, last year, racking up 36 Targets over the last 4 weeks, and producing a 20/230/4 line! The clear #2 behind McLaurin, Sims seems to me poised to at least be a good Bet to rack up 66/800/5 numbers, or even push for 1000 Yards, and yet he's going UFA! That's a Top 40 finish, at least, and quite possibly considerably more! That translates to good value in the 9th Round, much less as a UFA! A huge steal in the late Rounds.
WB Rob Gronkowski ~ His current ADP is about 72nd, late 6th Round, the 6th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value! Resurgent Rob rides, again! I expect that he'll start slowly, but one aspect of Kong that is generally underrated, is his wisdom: he listens, he learns, and he improves. I always said that tales of his demise were vastly exaggerated, two years ago, and now that he's had a chance to rest his bones, I'm expecting a resurgence ~ after a growing pain or two ~ to greatness!
FB Michel Gallup ~ His current ADP is about 72nd, late 6th Round, the 31st Ranked WideOut.
Sleeper! Gallup finished 20th, last year, in his breakout Sophomore campaign, so The Market clearly believes that the drafting of Lamb will not only bleed off Gallup's ascension, but reverse it! I think that that's a mistake. Lamb is a raw Route Runner who quite possibly will attract a far lesser Market Share as a Rookie than virtually everyone seems to believe, I believe. A repeat, more'r less, of last year's success ~ and, therefore, about a 20th place finish, once again ~ seems to me to be a justifiable estimate of Gallup's projection, which would translate to about the 50th pick or so, approximately the early 5th Round.
WB Evan Engram ~ His ADP is currently about 77th, middle 7th Round, the 7th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Engram finished 19th, last year, but he missed half the season. Mind you, Kaden Smith was remarkably effective as his substitute, and must therefore be considered a threat to Market Share, though if the Giants are smart, they'll simply make substantial use of both'f'm. Furthermore, Engram has now missed significant playing time for 2 straight years, now, and is officially suspect. But he's got Top 3 potential, so a 7th Ranking seems, to me, to represent an appropriate Risk Discount.
WB Hunter Henry ~ His Average Draft Position is currently about 77th, middle of the 6th Round, the #8 Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Henry actually finished as the #8 WingBack, last year, his 3rd. He's been steadily improving, and one's tempted to project him to add another 100 Yards a couple TouchDown, but the transition with the Offensive Line, though ultimately to his Fantasy FootBall advantage, if things work out, especially at Tackle, because he'd have to block, less, and receive, more, clouds his short-term picture, as does the uncertain outlook at QuarterBack. #8 sounds just about right.
WB Jared Cook ~ His current ADP is about 80th, mid 7th Round, the 7th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Cook's now been in the league for 11 years, and at 33 is officially dog-old. Do you remember his best 3 year stretch, by far? Of course you do: 2017-2019. Projecting continued success gets to be an increasingly rickety undertaking, but he is clearly the best of the WingBack crew in New Orleans, and should be even more reliable, his 2nd year in town.
WB Tyler Higbee ~ His current ADP is about 96th, late 8th Round, the 10th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Higbee is tricky. His spectacular late-season surge made clear what I said years ago: He's a phenomenal Player, in real life and in Fantasy. But the Rams actually went out and spent a 2nd Rounder on Van Jefferson ~ a wise move, mind you, as Jefferson is a remarkable FootBall Player and Binky of mine ~ which would seem to strongly suggest that, despite Higbee's BreakOut Month ~ December ~ they're going to continue to focus on 3 Wides, not 2 WingBacks.
FB Cederian Lamb ~ His current ADP is about 96th, late 8th Round, the 38th Ranked WideOut.
Overrated! Nothing against Lamb, and he may very well ascend into the prominent role that virtually everyone seem to expect of him, this year, but I say that his Route Running is raw, and that it's therefore likely that his Rookie campaign will produce a few growing pains, and sporadic production. I think he's a risky Bet to make, this year, and should be a Late Round Flier.
Austin Hooper ~ His ADP is currently about 98th, early 9th Round, 9th Ranked WingBack.
Blue Chip Beast Bargain! His ADP calls for a bit of a slide from last year's 7th place finish, presumably because Hooper, who was signed off the Falcons in Free Agency, will have to compete with David Njoku for Snaps, and with both Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry for Targets, Landry in particular for Short and Intermediate Targets. But there are two interesting factors that both play in Hooper's favor: First, the new Head Coach, Kevin Stefanski, just paid Hooper an enormous pile of money, making him, at least temporarily, the highest-paid WingBack in all the land. That doesn't transpire, unless Hooper's gonna be featured. Second, Landry's recovering from surgery and'll likely start slowly. Appropriate value for Hooper, as I see it, would be about the 5th or 6th Round, so he'd be a bargain in the 9th.
WB Noah Fant ~ His ADP is currently 100th, Middle 9th Round, the 11th Ranked WingBack.
Sleeper! Fant's Rookie Production was inconsistent, but nevertheless impressive, and he oozes Star Potential. I have his value pegged at about the 750/8 range, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least, to see him push 1000 Yards. I estimate Fant's value as about the 5th or 6th overall WingBack, and that projects, as it happens, to about the 5th or 6th Round.
FB Darius Slayton ~ His ADP is currently about 108th, late 9th Round, the 43rd Ranked WideOut.
Sleeper! Slayton, who I was very high on, a year ago, despite his 5th Round Pedigree, still doesn't get the Love that he deserves, even after an outstanding Rookie campaign. He finished 33rd as a Rookie, yet is projected to go 43rd as a Sophomore, even though the guy slinging'm the rock ~ Jones ~ is projected to ascend from 23rd to 16th!!! Idiocy. Mind you, the likelihood of the Giants having severe problems at Offensive Tackle puts a damper on Slayton's short-term upside, because his deep threat potential will likely suffer, from Jones not having enough time to get the ball to'm. Even so, Slayton is a rapidly rising Star. I strongly suspect that he goes something like 72/1080/10 this year, which'd project to around 15th, 3rd/4th Round.
WB Hayden Hurst ~ His current ADP is about 114th, mid 10th Round, the 12th Ranked WingBack.
Blue Chip Beast Bargain! Hurst is poised for a 3rd campaign BreakOut Year, the Falcons paid dearly to acquire his services, and he seems to me to be a strong Bet to go Top 10, which would warrant a 7th Round Pick.
XB Sterling Shepherd ~ His ADP is currently about 121st, early 11th Round, the 49th Ranked WideOut.
Par Value. I like Shepherd very much, but he suffered multiple concussions, last year, so I attribute substantial risk to his profile. Mind you, if he plays 16 Games and Jones is running for his life, he prove to be a tremendous bargain!
XB Golden Tate ~ His ADP is currently about 123rd, early 11th Round, the 50th Ranked WideOut.
SemiSleeper. I've always liked Tate, and he finished 41st, last year, even despite missing 5 Games, 4 to a PED suspension. He's getting up there, having just turned 32, and he's got competition for Targets. Even so, projecting his as a 4th or 5th WideOut seems like a severe Discount, to me. Tate gets the job done, and he's a good bet to produce, regardless of circumstances, so long as he doesn't miss much time. To me, he's got a 60/800/6 feel to'm, which'd place'm more like 3rd/4th than 4th/5th, projecting to the 8th Round or so. Not spectacular, but a moderate bargain, in my perception, worth picking up.
WB Thomas Hockenson ~ His current ADP is about 132nd, late 11th Round, the 15th Ranked WingBack.
Sleeper! Hockenson's ankle was still not 100%, even 3 weeks ago, which dampens my expectations, but he's such a supremely talented 2nd year WingBack, and one with such outstanding Intangibles, that I am expecting an enormous surge from him in Coach Bevell's Offense. I foresee a good shot at a Top 10 finish, maybe even pushing Top 5. Late 7th Round Value.
FB Jalen Reagor ~ His ADP is currently about 133rd, early 12th Round, the 51st Ranked WideOut.
Par Value. Reagor is highly talented and tough, and should produce as a Rookie, but with all the competition for Targets in Philly, and particularly with the Offensive Line likely to have issues, 50th or so seems like a reasonable projection for'm.
WB Michael Gesicki ~ His ADP is currently about 135th or so, early 12th Round.
Par Value. I'd be tempted to rate'm higher, as Gesicki closed the back stretch of 2019 strong, racking up 417/5 the last 9 weeks, and is likely to be even more productive, in the future. I'm pumping the breaks only because that Offensive Line seems likely to go through some early growing pains, as quite possibly the entire Line gets blessedly replaced. Theoretically, that could play to Gesicki's advantage, as FitzMagic repeatedly dumps it off to'm, for fear of his life! Theoretically. More likely, it's pure chaos for a month or two or three, followed by a strong finish.
FB Anthony Miller ~ His current ADP is about 138th, mid 12th Round, the 53rd Ranked WideOut.
SuperDooper DeeperSleeper!! I called Miller Highly Overrated when the Bears drafted'm in the 2nd Round, in 2018, giving him a 4th Round Grade, which I stand by, in terms of what his services were worth, then. But my Spidey Sense is telling me that Miller's about to launch. I foresee a big run to the 75/1000/8 range, which would likely be a Top 20 finish, warranting a Pick somewhere in the late 4th or early 5th Round range, and therefore a phenomenal bargain in the 12th Round!
WB Dallas Goedert ~ His ADP is currently about 138th, middle 12th Round, the 17th Ranked WingBack.
SemiSleeper. The perception seems to be that Goedert's 10th place finish, last year was fleeting, due his Market Share enjoying a bump from injuries to others. That's certainly true enough, but Goedert's got Star potential, and I don't believe that the Eagles invested a 2nd Rounder on him in 2018, despite already having Ertz, because they planned on spending a Reserve's Snaps on'm. There's a lot of competition for Targets in Philly, mind you, but Goedert's a riser and could repeat last year's success.
WB Jonnu Smith ~ His ADP is currently about #150, middle 13th Round, the 17th Ranked WingBack.
Sleeper!! I was a big fan of Smith during the 2017 Draft, and he seems to me to be ready to launch. Delanie Walker, a God of mine, has moved on, so Smith now gets the gig all to himself. He got a head start on that, last year, starting the last 10 Games after Walker got hurt, but produced random results. In fact, he finished 17th, so The Market projecting him to duplicate that in 16 Starts is obviously pessimistic, and that mystifies me. More to the point, though, is that he's both an explosive weapon and a savage Blocker, so he'll rarely need to come off the field, and there's not really anybody else compelling on the roster. The Titans prioritize the Run, but in terms of Fantasy production, that's more a problem for WideOuts, not WingBacks. Smith is a strong candidate for a Top 10 finish, an 8th or 9th Round Value.
SE Alshon Jeffrey ~ His ADP is currently about 154th, late 13th Round, the 55th Ranked WideOut.
Par Value. Jeffrey certainly has the potential to dramatically outperform the 55th slot, which is of course a speculative average of the wide spread of slots that he's drawing, this Summer, but he has to stay on the Field to do so. Therein, as they say, lies the rub, as Jeffrey has been plagued by injuries. That, thick competition, and the injuries to the O Line incur a lot of Risk.
Eric Ebron ~ His ADP is currently about 160th, early 14th Round, the 18th Ranked WingBack.
Sleeper! Here, too, there is more risk involved than usual, as Vance MacDonald is still around, but Ebron's clearly the more dynamic Player. The way that I figure it is that MacDonald split 1000 Yards with Jesse James in 2018, 600/400, and that that seems like a very viable projection for 2020, with Ebron getting the 600, and quite possibly more. Ebron's actually averaged just about 600 over the last 4 years. He's been horribly inconsistent, mind you, but he's also played for 3 organizations in that time, and had his best season in 2018 with Andrew Luck. If Ebron hits 600 Yards with a few TouchDowns, we're talking about a push for the Top 10, and that translates to the early 9th Round! Boo yah!
WB Jack Doyle ~ His ADP is currently about 162nd, middle 14th Round, the 20th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. I love Doyle, but that's because I love Blocking. In Fantasy FootBall terms, his Game is...moribund!
XB DeSean Jackson ~ His ADP is currently about 165th, late 14th Round, the 59th Ranked WideOut.
Par Value. All 3 WideOuts here have the potential to significantly outperform their ADPs, especially with XB Marquis Goodwin opting out, and if Jackson stays healthy, this time, he could be a steal, all right. But as with Jeffrey, sustainable health is a question, because Jackson missed most'f last year, and because he's 34. There's also the same issues as with all Philly WideOuts, those being the heavy competition for Targets, and, especially with a Zoomer like Jackson, the O Line.
WB Blake Jarwin ~ His ADP is currently about #175, middle 15th Round, 21st Ranked WingBack.
SuperSleeper!! I know that Jarwin allegedly took a hit when the CowBoys drafted Cedarian Lamb, but The Market appears to've failed to notice that the Player who drew the 4th most Targets on the Cowboys, last year ~ none other than the departed legend, Jason Whitten ~ drew 83 Targets ~ tied for 3rd, actually ~ and that that was with an Ascending Star named Blake Jarwin breathing down his neck and encroaching on his Market Share! Dalton Schultz is an intriguing Reserve, but hardly the threat to Jarwin's Market Share that Jarwin was to Whitten's. That's ironic, considering that Schultz was a 4th Rounder, and Jarwin, a UFA, but true, just the same. My point is that if Jarwin gets, say, the same 83 Targets that Whitten got last year, but at Jarwin's vastly superior 8.7 YPT, that's 722 Yards! And that doesn't even factor in the fact that Lamb is a Rookie, and a very raw one, despite all his hype, and that he is therefore the farthest thing from certain to earn a huge chunk of Market Share in his Rookie campaign. Seems to me that Jarwin's got a very good shot at placing #3 on the Target list, is what I mean to say. Furthermore, that's not even factoring in the likelihood of the 83/41 Target Split between Whitten and Jarwin last year being likely to be more heavily skewed in Jarwin's favor, versus Dalton! You see where I'm going with this. Darwin is actually beautifully positioned to make an enormous 3rd Year Jump. The only question, really, is whether the new Head Coach, that West Coast Offense afficionado Michael McCarthy, will impose his Offense on Dallas ~ one that is unfriendly to WingBacks ~ or let Offensive Coordinator and brilliant mind, Kellen Moore, roll with the current Offense, and Coach McCarthy has agreed to let Moore coordinate as he sees fit! So when I add it all up, I'm looking at another 125 Targets or so going to WingBacks, with Jarwin obviously poised to draw the Lion's share, so I'm thinking 64/750/6 or thereabouts is a good estimate of what to expect.
And if you find these arguments persuasive, then all that translates to a solid Top 10 finish for Jarwin ~ that would've been 8th, last year ~ which in turn translates to about a late 7th Round Pick. A SuperSleeper, baby!
WB Gregory Olsen ~ His current ADP is about 176th, mid 15th Round, the 22nd Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Late Round Flier is spot on. The Hawks do little with WingBacks, and Olsen is dog-old.
WB Ian Thomas ~ His current ADP is about 180th, late 15th Round, the 23rd Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Thomas has Star potential, but with the magnificent Christian McCaffrey on the field, his prospects for enough Targets to eat are dire, indeed. In a transitional Offense, mind you, his value could skyrocket should McCaffrey get hurt.
WB Irvin Smith ~ His current ADP is about 210th, UFA, the 26th Ranked WingBack.
WB Kyle Rudolph ~ His current ADP is about 216th, UFA, the 27th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. I like both WingBacks as FootBall players, but agree that they pretty much cancel each other out in Fantasy FootBall. Obviously, either one become very valuable if the other misses any time, but that goes without saying.
WB O'Terrius Howard ~ His current ADP is about 216th, UFA, the 25th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. A supreme talent, but there'll be many mouths to feed, it would seem!
WB Cole Kmet ~ His current ADP is about 246th, UFA, the 29th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Kmet is a top shelf Talent, but a raw Rookie, wrestling with Graham for Targets.
WB Jace Sternberger ~ His current ADP is about 255th, UFA, the 31st Ranked WingBack.
Blue Light Special! Sternberger's Stock is in the gutter, having missed virtually his whole Rookie campaign, follwing which he missed a big chunk of Camp because of The Plague. But this is a very well-coordinated Offense with a minimum of explosive Weaponry, and Sternberger is a phenomenal matchup with tremendous Intangibles. I foresee'm rapidly rising into a position of prominence, this year, despite his ghostly start. 40/500/5 is very attainable, a terrific Late Round Flier value.
WB Tyler Eifert ~ His ADP is currently about #256 ~ Undrafted Free Agent, the 35th Ranked WingBack.
Blue Light Special! 2 big factors playing against Eifert are that he's always hurt, and that 2019 3rd Rounder, Joshua Oliver, is projected to be the Starter. But Eifert may've finally rounded the corner on the injury bug, last year, suiting up for all 16 Games for the first time in his 7 year career. And Oliver is very talented, but was raw a year ago, and missed nearly the entire campaign because of injury, thus stunting his growth. The best factor might be that the new Head Coach, Jay Gruden, has a long history of aggressively employing 2 WingBacks, extensively. Furthermore, the best example of Gruden's love affair with WingBacks is Eifert, himself, as Gruden had already developed 2x Pro Bowler Jermaine Gresham, for the Bengals, yet spent a 1st Rounder on Eifert, in 2013. Eifert may at long last finally pay off!
WB Jimmy Graham ~ His current ADP is about 261st, UFA, the 32nd Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Graham is a top shelf Talent, but seems to've been aging for several years, now, he's competing with Kmet and other talented Reserves for Targets, and the Bears Offense does not feature the WingBack.
WB Logan Thomas ~ His ADP is currently about #270, UFA, the 33rd Ranked WingBack.
SuperSleeper!! On what I strongly suspect will be a far better team, this year, than is generally expected, I believe that Thomas is poised, at long last, to emerge. His has been a long journey since he arrived, in the 2014 Draft, as a horrible QuarterBack prospect. He eventually gave up that ghost, and has been working, since 2016, to earn Snaps as a WingBack. He's been progressing, and the reports that I'm reading now are extremely positive. We all know about off season hype, but in my judgement, he's finally reached that point where it all starts to click. We'll see. He's barely accumulated 300 Yards in his career, so far, but I'm so bullish on his chances, that I believe he could triple that, this year, or better! As preposterous as that may sound, it's worth noting that The Athletes Formerly Known as RedSkins offer very little in the way of competition for Targets. Thomas has an enormous opportunity in front of him. A gigantic and sudden emergence, a la Darren Waller, last year, is a distinct possibility. I'd be surprised if he isn't at least good for 500/600 Yards or so and a half dozen TouchDowns. And if he manages that, we're talking about Top 10 production from the 33rd Ranked WingBack, currently still slated to go undrafted! Nice!
WB Gerald Everett ~ His current ADP is about 273rd, UFA, the 34th Ranked WingBack.
Par Value. Given the opportunity, Everett is a Top 5 Talent, but as now a 2nd fiddle to Higbee, himself a Top 5 Talent who's now proven it, in an Offense evidently not committed to WingBacks, Everett is a highly talented UFA Flier.
Joshua Oliver ~ His ADP is currently about #312 ~ UFA ~ Unranked.
Blue Light Special! Coach Gruden has had extraordinary success with rapidly developing WingBacks, including Gresham, Eifert, and my erstwhile SuperBinky, Joshua Reed. I believe that the most likely scenario in 2020 is that Eifert leads the statistical way, regardless of Snaps, but while Oliver's Rookie campaign was in many ways a wash, putting Eifert at what I'd consider to be an initial advantage, that doesn't change the fact that there're 1000 growing pains that are now behind Oliver. I expect that he will develop rapidly, and Coach Gruden is more than capable of fielding 2 600 Yard WingBacks.
WB Jordan Akins ~ UFA
Sleeper! Akins enters his 3rd year, having steadily improved for 2. I was a big fan of his when he got drafted. He's a former BaseBall Player who switched back to FootBall really late, but who's been rapidly developing as a Receiver and Blocker. He's going UFA because he shares WingBack duties with Darren Fells, the Power to Akins's Speed, and who's a tremendous Red Zone Target. But with Hopkins gone, that's 150 Targets that need to get redistributed, and Akins is extraordinarily talented and perfectly positioned to reap the rewards. I foresee'm pushing Top 12 Production, quite conceivably landing decisively in the Top 10, which puts his value in the 9th or 10th Round, as I see it.
WB Drew Sample ~ UFA
Par Value, because he's expected to split Snaps, but he's a 2019 2nd Rounder who was decidedly worth it. He's got terrific potential both as Blocker and Receiver, so he could conceivably come to dominate Market Share, before long. I wouldn't drafting him, as yet, but I'd definitely recommend keeping an eye on'm, though he's more of a 2021 Play, I think.
WB Christopher Herndon ~ UFA
Blue Light Special! Herndon is young and talented, but unreliable, missing virtually all of his 2nd season, 2019, because of one suspension and two injuries. He did flash plenty of potential in 2018, however, and if he stays healthy, he'll be Arnold's most talented weapon, as well as a handy safety outlet. Definitely worth a Late Round Flier, I think.
Dawson Knox ~ UFA!!
Sleeper!! Knox is a former QuarterBack who was raw, going into his Rookie 2019 campaign, and went threw the inevitable growing pains. And now the Bills have traded for Stefon Diggs. But he is a 1st Round Talent with outstanding Intelligence and Drive, he's got those growing pains behind him, and is absolutely and utterly poised for an enormous Sophomore surge! I'd assess'm as about a 9th/10th Round Value, evidently available in the 16th! That could change, though!
Devin Asiasi ~ UFA
Blue Light Special! I lean towards less likely than more, of Asiasi making enough of a statistical impact to justify drafting, going into his Rookie year, but he is an extraordinary and underrated FootBall Player, one who I believe will make a significant impact on the Field as Blocker and Receiver, this very year, and might sneak into the Top 20!