Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Later Round Draft Targets
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Later Round Draft Targets
1. Kenneth Dixon-RB-BAL
Before 2017 started, Kenneth Dixon was the running back to own in Baltimore, whether you knew it or not. The Ravens love their fourth-round draft choice from 2016 and now healthy, he will have the third down role to start the season.
He is a dynamic threat in the receiving game and with his current ADP at 176 overall, he is a great value at the end of your draft.
He has the potential to be a Top 30 RB in 2018.
2. Anthony Miller-WR-CHI
Miller was my No.1 WR in the 2018 NFL Draft and for good reason. He is stupid good.
The Bears liked him so much, they moved their second-round pick next year as well as their fourth-round this year to move up and select him. He’s going to start immediately, and it doesn’t hurt that he’s got Allen Robinson to help take away extra attention.
Mitchell Trubisky has the arm to get him the ball, and if you watched any Memphis Tigers games the last few seasons, you know he can haul in any pass.
I am on record saying Miller is the next Antonio Brown–so trust me, draft this kid and don’t look back.
3. Mike Williams-WR-LAC
No one has ever questioned Williams’ talent, but health severely limited his rookie season in 2017.
Finally healthy, Williams will likely be Philip Rivers’ second or third receiving option behind Keenan Allen. An offseason injury to Hunter Henry has boosted Williams’ fantasy stock, but somehow his ADP hasn’t changed.
He is currently being selected 148th overall which in a 12-man league is in th middle of Round 12. That is insane value for a talented wideout in a dangerous offense.
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