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2021 NFL Mock Draft - Day Three (Rounds 4-7)

Below are the results from Days 1 and 2, along with live updates from Day 3 (Rounds 4-7)

I have been updating the mock draft very frequently as I have in years past. There are 50-60 factors I look at in determining updates. Everything from free agent signings, team releases, new coaching staffs, player workouts, all the way down to the agents representing players are considered.

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Already Completed - Round 1

1. Jacksonville - Trevor Lawrence (QB, Clemson)
Nobody is surprised by this one as the Jaguars get their franchise quarterback,

2. NY Jets - Zach Wilson (QB, BYU)
I hope our feelings about Wilson are wrong. The Jets got who they want, now it's time to build the team around him.

3. San Francisco - Trey Lance (QB, North Dakota State)
Our hunch on Lance was correct. Looks like the 49ers and onto Jimmy G. for the time being.

4. Atlanta - Kyle Pitts (TE, Florida)
Do the Falcons have enough for a playoff run this season? Just need to finish games in 2021. Atlanta gets the best skill position player in the Draft as we had him graded ahead of Trevor Lawrence.

5. Cincinnati - Ja'Marr Chase (WR, LSU)
As I stated, Sewell was the pick I would make but the Bengals seem to want the Burrow-Chase connection and it happened.

6. Miami - Jaylen Waddle (WR, Alabama)
We had Dolphins taking waddle over Smith...we are 6-6.

7. Detroit - Penei Sewell (OT, Oregon)
Detroit was a hard team to read but in the end they stay put and take the best player on the board. Well done.

8. Carolina - Jaycee Horn (CB, South Carolina)
First one we missed on but certainly a nice pick. Horn winds up as the first corner off the board in a division where quarterback play is at a premium.

9. Denver - Patrick Surtain II (CB, Alabama)
Not a position where we think the Broncos have the biggest need but great value and again a division where lots of great quarterbacks reside.

10. Philadelphia(Trade up from #12) - DeVonta Smith (WR, Alabama)
So the Eagles drop from 6 to 12 then back up to 10. The Eagles wind up gaining a first rounder and losing a third rounder so it all worked out for Philadelphia.

11. Chicago(Trade up from #20) - Justin Fields (QB, Ohio State)
The Bears gave up a lot to get him and Chicago has a capable quarterback in Andy Daulton as the starter. Don't be surprised if Fields is worked into certain packages immediately.

12. Dallas(Trade back from #10) - Micah Parsons (LB, Penn State)
The Cowboys go defense, just not the cornerback as many were expecting. Put aside the off-the-field issues and the Cowboys may have scored the best defensive player in the draft.

13. LA Chargers - Rashawn Slater (OG, Northwestern)
Amazing value as the Chargers get top ten value at #13. Slater has the ability to play multiple positions and Justin Herbert couldn't be happier.

14. New York Jets (Trade up from #23) - Alijah Vera-Tucker (OG, USC)
The Jets didn't have to give up very much to move up nine spots. Like taking Tucker a year after hitting on Mechi Becton.

15. New England - Mac Jones (QB, Alabama)
We are back on the scoreboard and the Patriots have to be ecstatic since they didn't have to move to get him.

16. Arizona - Zaven Collins (LB, Tulsa)
A little puzzled here as it feels like the Cardinals redrafted Isaiah Simmons. Can't argue with the production as Collins won the Bronco Nagurski Trophy last season.

17. Las Vegas - Alex Leatherwood (OT, Alabama)
Feels like a bit of a reach but Leatherwood at guard isn't that bad. We feel good since many didn't have Leatherwood in the first round and we mocked him at #21 to Indianapolis.

18. Miami - Jaelen Phillips (DE, Miami)
We were close as we mocked the right position and school but this was Jaelen Phillips vice Gregory Rousseau. Nice pick for the Dolphins.

19. Washington - Jamin Davis (LB, Kentucky)
Not a surprise as Davis was flying up the boards. We had mocked Micah Parsons here so clearly linebacker was an area of need.

20. New York Giants (Trade back from #11) - Kadarius Toney (WR, Florida)
Taking a wide receiver is not a surprise but a gimmicky wide receiver that lined up more in the backfield at Florida than at receiver is a bit puzzling.

21. Indianapolis - Kwity Paye (DE, Michigan)
Paye looks to be a situational player that will need to be coached up to be a consistent contributor. If the Colts add some veterans along the edge in free agency then this pick makes more sense.

22. Tennessee - Caleb Farley (CB, Virginia Tech)
We said Farley was too good to drop out of the first round and the Titans got value from Jeffrey Simmons in a similar situation a few years back.

23. Minnesota (Trade back from #14) - Christian Darrisaw (OT, Virginia Tech)
We had Darrisaw to the Vikings at #14 so here they trade back 9 places and still get their man. The Vikings need to improve both lines so go along the defensive front on Day 2.

24. Pittsburgh - Najee Harris (RB, Alabama)
The Steelers make the predictable pick with a running back while ignoring the offensive line with massive holes. We got the pick right and there are already "ROY" chants going on in Pittsburgh but somebody needs to block.

25. Jacksonville - Travis Etienne (RB, Clemson)
Not liking the fit here but at least Trevor Lawrence knows his new weapon. Feels like a decent complement to James Robinson but the fumbling is an issue.

26. Cleveland - Greg Newsome II (CB, Northwestern)
I am a little surprised this was not a linebacker with JOK and Nick Bolton on the board. Newsome was largely avoided this past season as opposing teams stayed away and did their due diligence.

27. Baltimore - Rashod Bateman (WR, Minnesota)
Many are down on the fantasy value for Bateman but I am not so sure. Think the eye-popping catch numbers may not be there but Baltimore wants to move away from being so tight end heavy in the red zone.

28. New Orleans - Payton Turner (DE, Houston)
Turner was moving up but this high? Wow, the Saints made a similar move and even traded up for Marcus Davenport a few years back and that has yielded mixed results.

29. Green Bay - Eric Stokes (CB, Georgia)
A little surprised this is Stokes but we have said all along he was a better corner than Tyson Campbell and should be selected first. A position of need for Green Bay and no wide receiver (again) for Aaron Rodgers.

30. Buffalo - Gregory Rousseau (DE, Miami)
The Bills get the best raw pass rusher in the draft. Felt like a pass rusher or a running back all along and with Etienne and Harris off the board it narrowed the Bills search.

31. Baltimore - Jayson Oweh (DE, Penn State)
The workout numbers were off the charts but his well-documented 0 sack season should be alarming. The Ravens are drafting solely on promise vice production.

32. Tampa Bay - Joe Tryon (LB, Washington)
With all 22 starters back the newest Buccaneers might not see much time. Tryon projects as a situational pass-rushing specialist so this seems like a fit as Tampa builds on what they do best, getting after the quarterback.


Round 2 - NFL Mock Draft

33. Jacksonville - Tyson Campbell (CB, Georgia) Jacksonville dips their toes in the secondary, good start to the second day.

34. New York Jets - Elijah Moore (WR, Mississippi) I was not nearly as high on Moore and correctly predicted he would not go in Round one. He is a good pick for Zach Wilson.

35. Denver - Javonte Williams (RB, North Carolina) Denver gets a workhorse that is hard to bring down. Trading with Atlanta you knew this was for a quarterback or a running back.

36. Miami - Jevon Holland (S, Oregon)
We had a safety here as the Dolphins are loaded at cornerback and considerably thinner at safety.

37. Philadelphia - Landon Dickerson (C, Alabama) With his history of injuries he is an instant fit in Philadelphia. Good player but the Eagles ignored linebacker and corner...again.

38. New England - Christian Barmore (DT, Alabama) The Patriots being the Patriots. First defensive tackle off the board and 8th Alabama player out of 38 picks...wow.

39. Chicago Bears - Teven Jenkins (OT, Oklahoma State) We had Jenkins at #39 so the Bears must have read my mock and knew they needed to make a move. First Big 12 player selected.

40. Atlanta - Richie Grant (S, UCF)
We had Grant going a bit earlier at #36, it is the right time as we could start to see a mini run on safeties.

41. Detroit - Levi Onwuzurike (DT, Washington) We had Levi as the second defensive tackle off the board

42. Miami Dolphins - Liam Eichenberg (OT, Notre Dame) We had Eichenberg as a late Round 1 selection so seeing him go here is not a surprise. The Dolphins are having a solid draft.

43. Las Vegas Raiders - Trevon Moehrig (S, TCU) This is who we had the Raiders electing in Round 1. We remember that the Raiders make picks that make you question your sanity but looks like they got this one right.

44. Dallas - Kelvin Joseph (CB, Kentucky)
Another strong pick for Dallas and another with some questionable off the field issues. So basically...another Cowboy fit.

45. Jacksonville - Walker Little (OT, Stanford) This could be a major steal for the Jaguars. Little was thought to be a possible top ten candidate at the start of last season. Urban Meyer showing well in his first draft with Jacksonville.

46. Cincinnati - Jackson Carman (OG, Clemson)
See Carman as a guard at the NFL level. Carman has great size but plays very stiff. At least the Bengals are going along the offensive line.

47. Los Angeles Chargers - Asante Samuel Jr. (CB, Florida State) Is there a team that has received more value on paper than the Chargers, they are killing it right now.

48. San Francisco - Aaron Banks (OG, Notre Dame) Thought this was a little early for Banks but he was a player that you could see improve every game.

49. Arizona - Rondale Moore (WR, Purdue)
One of the most underrated players at wide receiver. Produced as an underclassmen and injuries slowed him down a bit in his last two campaigns.

50. New York Giants - Azeez Ojulari (LB, Georgia) Score one for our mock! Great value getting Ojulari at the #50 overall pick.

51. Washington - Samuel Cosmi (OT, Texas)
Consistency isn't there for Cosmi but Washington is going along the offensive line like we said they had to.

52. Cleveland - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (LB, Notre Dame) How JOK lasted this long is beyond us. The hometown team hosting the draft has a lot to cheer about. We had stated JOK or Nick Bolton were tailor made for this defense.

53. Tennessee - Dillon Radunz (OT, North Dakota State) Solid selection for Tennessee. We rated this a little high but it's in an area of need.

54. Indianapolis - Dayo Odeyingbo (DT, Vanderbilt) Odeyingbo and Kwity Paye. The Colts are getting athletes with promise along the defensive line. Colts are also the leaders in the clubhouse for drafting the best names in 2021.

55. Pittsburgh - Pat Freiermuth (TE, Penn State) Pittsburgh gets an extension of the offensive line although Freiemuth is known more for stretching the defense.

56. Seattle - D'Wayne Eskridge (WR, Western Michigan) Like the player and the big play ability but Russell has to stay clean. Wonder how Wilson feels about that selection.

57. Los Angeles Rams - Tutu Atwell (WR, Louisville) Surprising the Rams went with a wide receiver with their first selection. Great player who we thought was being overlooked by virtually everybody.

58. Kansas City - Nick Bolton (LB, Missouri)
Great value for the Chiefs and we stated Kansas City or Cleveland was the perfect fit for Bolton.

59. Carolina - Terrace Marshall Jr. (WR, LSU) Great value and who knew the Panthers knew how to draft offensive players! Marshall is reunited with his offensive coordinator from the National Championship LSU team.

60. New Orleans - Pete Werner (LB, Ohio State) Fundamentally sound linebacker that covers a lot of ground. Still think this is a bit of a reach at #60 but New Orleans is famous for reaching for players they covet.

61. Buffalo - Carlos Basham Jr. (DE, Wake Forest) Like the versatility here as he can play inside or outside.

62. Green Bay - Josh Myers (C, Ohio State)
We had the Packers looking center a little later. Not a bad pick but still no wide receiver for Mr. Rodgers.

63. Kansas City - Creed Humphrey (C, Oklahoma) Great pick and look out, the run on centers has begun!

64. Tampa Bay - Kyle Trask (QB, Florida)
Can you imagine getting drafted into the league and getting to sit behind Tom Brady? What a dream scenario for Trask.


Round 3 - NFL Mock Draft

65. Jacksonville - Andre Cisco (S, Syracuse)
Before his knee injury he was seen by many as the top safety in this class. Jacksonville goes corner and safety on day two...we had it safety and then corner.

66. Minnesota - Kellen Mond (QB, Texas A&M)
With four picks in round 3 we thought Minnesota would use one on a quarterback and they do it right away.

67. Houston - Davis Mills (QB, Stanford)
It had to pain the Texans to make a quarterback pick with their first selection in round 3. It is going to be a long year for Houston.

68. Atlanta - Jalen Mayfield (OT, Michigan)
Wildly inconsistent with a ton of talent. Interesting that Atlanta announced him as a guard and not as a tackle.

69. Cincinnati - Joeseph Ossai (LB, Texas)
Thought it would be another pick along the offensive line but Ossai was graded as a second rounder so this is a great value.

70. Carolina - Brady Christensen (OT, BYU)
A pair of picks on offense for the Panthers. A little surprised a tight end wasn't selected but an offensive tackle was on the short list.

71. New York Giants - Aaron Robinson (CB, UCF) One of the most physical corners on the board. Great pick for the Giants.

72. Detroit - Alim McNeill (DT, NC State)
Detroit with their second defensive tackle. Curious selection and we felt there were better defensive tackles available.

73. Philadelphia - Milton Williams (DT, Louisiana Tech) Could be a real sleeper but again the avoidance at linebacker and cornerback is puzzling.

74. Washington - Benjamin St-Juste (CB, Minnesota) Well done WFT, this is a pick that would have made sense in Philaldelphi and now Washington may make them pay for it.

75. Dallas - Osa Odighizuwa (DT, UCLA)
Everyone talked about Dallas needing defensive help. First 3 picks have been one lineman, one linebacker and one from the secondary. Dallas is all in on defense.

76. New Orleans - Paulson Adebo (CB, Stanford) Had Adebo come out last year he was likely a first round selection. This is a calculated gamble but there is a lot of upside with Adebo.

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77. Los Angeles Chargers - Josh Palmer (WR, Tennessee) Has all the physical attributes you need but wildly inconsistent. To Palmer's defense the quarterback position was a mess at Tennessee.

78. Minnesota - Chazz Surratt (LB, North Carolina) Surratt wins the battle in the Surratt household for who would be drafted first (brother Sage will be drafted out of Wake Forest). Amazing Surratt was regarded so highly after only a few years at linebacker after converting from quarterback.

79. Las Vegas - Malcolm Koonce (LB, Buffalo)
First of consecutive linebackers for Las Vegas. Koonce is a bit of a freelancer but he turns the corner quickly.

80. Las Vegas - Divine Diablo (LB, Virginia Tech) Another linebacker but a different type as Diable is a hybrid type who has the ability to play safety and move around.

81. Miami - Hunter Long (TE, Boston College)
Interesting with Mike Gesicki on the roster. The Dolphins have the weapons for an exciting offense that is young and dynamic. Miami should add a running back soon.

82. Washington - Dyami Brown (WR, North Carolina) Great big play receiver for Washington. Don;t look now but the ACC is catching the SEC in draft pick numbers: SEC-24 ACC-17.

83. Carolina - Tommy Tremble (TE, Notre Dame) There is the tight end pick we had been speculating to Carolina. Carolina takes Tremble over Brevin Jordan as he is a better blocker and does not have the injury concerns.

84. Dallas - Chauncey Golston (DE, Iowa)
Another edge rusher with a long wingspan that can play the run. Dallas draft looking like Carolina's from 2020.

85. Green Bay - Amari Rodgers (WR, Clemson)
Looks like Rodgers could employ the role Ty Montgomery once held in Green Bay as he could line up in the backfield and move around.

86. Minnesota - Wyatt Davis (OG, Ohio State)
Very nice value for the middle of round 3. A little concerned with nagging injuries, left three games due to injury this past season.

87. Pittsburgh - Kendrick Green (OG, Illinois) Pittsburgh finally goes with an offensive line selection. Interesting that Green was announced as a center as he has little experience there.

88. San Francisco - Trey Sermon (LB, Miami)
The 49ers stay with the ground and pound mentality.

89. Houston - Nico Collins (WR, Michigan)
Gigantic target who helps ease the loss of Will Fuller. Houston needs to start looking along the offensive line.

90. Minnesota - Patrick Jones (DE, Pitt)
Score one for the Mock Draft! Just stressed that the Vikings need to draft defensive lineman.

91. Cleveland - Anthony Schwartz (WR, Auburn)
Pure speed as Schwartz is the fastest player in this draft. Schwartz has some wide receiver skills, he is more than just a fast player but he still needs refinement.

92. Tennessee - Monty Rice (LB, Georgia)
Not a fan of this pick as we believe the Titans wind up with 5th round talent in round 3.

93. Buffalo - Spencer Brown (OT, Northern Iowa) Physical specimen who will need to add a little more upper body muscle to his frame. Buffalo may be best served just putting him on the Practice Squad for a year. Brown was garnering a lot of attention, he is a project but this was the time to take him.

94. Baltimore - Ben Cleveland (OG, Georgia)
Cleveland looks game ready and is amazing value at this point in the draft.

95. Tampa Bay - Robert Hainsey (OG, Notre Dame) Hainsey projects as a backup at multiple positions. When you are a defending champion and return all starts you can take a few flyers.

96. New England - Ronnie Perkins (DE, Oklahoma) Took a long time for Perkins to come off the board but this is a typical solid Patriot pick.

97. Los Angeles Chargers - Tre McKitty (TE, Georgia) McKitty has the physical characteristics and is an excellent blocker. Didn't have the stats and is a project.

98. Denver - Quinn Meinerz (OG, Wisconsin-Whitewater) Meinerz went a little later than we were expecting but he is a nasty player that can drive you off the ball.

99. Dallas - Nahshon Wright (CB, Oregon State) Long cornerback who will take some chances but has hands like a receiver.

100. Tennessee - Elijah Moldon (CB, Washington) Another member of the secondary but this makes sense since Caleb Farley is currently injured.

101. Detroit - Ifeatu Melifonwu (CB, Syracuse) Wonderful selection as this is the first pick not along the offensive or defensive line.

102. San Francisco - Ambry Thomas (CB, Michigan) We have been hearing the 49ers would look long and hard at the secondary. With what looks like a run at the position the 49ers join in.

103. Los Angeles Rams - Ernest Jones (LB, South Carolina) Perfect selection and we had mentioned that linebacker seemed to be the biggest area of need for the Rams.

104. Baltimore - Brandon Stephens (CB, SMU)
He is a project but is still learning the position after switching from running back. Played well against tough competition.

105. Denver - Baron Browning (LB, Ohio State) Denver waits patiently and finally delivers with a great linebacker selection.


Round 4 - NFL Mock Draft

106. Jacksonville - Jay Tufele (DT, USC)
107. New York Jets - Michael Carter (RB, North Carolina)
108. Atlanta - Darren Hall (CB, San Diego State)
109. Tennessee - Dez Fitzpatrick (WR, Louisville)
110. Cleveland - James Hudson (OT, Cincinnati)
111. Cincinnati - Cameron Sample (DE, Tulane)
112. Detroit - Amon-Ra St.Brown (WR, USC)
113. Detroit - Derrick Branes (LB, Purdue)
114. Atlanta - Drew Dalman (C, Stanford)
115. Dallas - Jabril Cox (LB, LSU)
116. New York Giants - Elerson Smith (LB, Northern Iowa)
117. Los Angeles Rams - Bobby Brown (DT, Texas A&M)
118. Los Angeles Chargers - Chris Rumph III (LB, Duke)
119. Minnesota - Kene Nwangwu (RB, Iowa State)
120. New England - Rhamondre Stevenson (RB, Oklahoma)
121. Jacksonville - Jordan Smith (DE, UAB)
122. Cincinnati - Tyler Shelvin (DT, LSU)
123. Philadelphia - Zech McPherson (CB, Texas Tech)
124. Washington - John Bates (TE, Boise State)
125. Minnesota - Camryn Bynum (CB, Cal)
126. Carolina - Chuba Hubbard (RB, Oklahoma State)
127. Indianapolis - Kylen Granson (TE, SMU)
128. Pittsburgh - Dan Moore Jr. (OT, Texas A&M)
129. Tampa Bay - Jaelon Darden (WR, North Texas)
130. Los Angeles Rams - Robert Rochell (CB, Central Arkansas)
131. Baltimore - Tylan Wallace (WR, Oklahoma State)
132. Cleveland - Tommy Togiai (DT, Ohio State)
133. New Orleans - Ian Book (QB, Notre Dame)
134. Minnesota - Janarius Robinson (DE, Florida State)
135. Tennessee - Rashad Weaver (DE, Pitt)
136. Arizona - Marco Wilson (CB, Florida)
137. Seattle - Tre Brown (CB, Oklahoma)
138. Dallas - Josh Ball (OT, Marshall)
139. Cincinnati - D'Ante Smith (OG, East Carolina)
140. Pittsburgh - Buddy Johnson (LB, Texas A&M)
141. Los Angeles Rams - Jacob Harris (WR, UCF)
142. Green Bay - Royce Newman (Mississippi)
143. Las Vegas - Tyree Gillespie (S, Missouri)
144. Kansas City - Joshua Kaindoe (DE, Florida State)


Round 5 - NFL Mock Draft

145. Jacksonville - Luke Farrell (TE, Ohio State)
146. New York Jets - Jamien Sherwood (S, Auburn)
147. Houston - Brevin Jordan (TE, Miami)
148. Atlanta - Ta'Quon Graham (DT, Texas)
149. Cincinnati - Evan McPherson (K, Florida)
150. Philadelphia - Kenneth Gainwell (RB, Memphis)
151. Chicago - Larry Borom (OT, Missouri)
152. Denver - Caden Sterns (S, Texas)
153. Cleveland - Tony Fields II (LB, West Virginia)
154. New York Jets - Michael Carter II (S, Duke)
155. San Francisco - Jaylon Moore (OT, Western Michigan)
156. Pittsburgh - Isaiahh Loudermilk (DE, Wisconsin)
157. Minnesota - Ihmir Smith-Marsette (WR, Iowa)
158. Carolina - Daviyon Nixon (DT, Iowa)
159. Los Angeles Chargers - Breden Jameis (OT, Nebraska)
160. Baltimore - Shaun Wade (CB, Ohio State)
161. Buffalo - Tommy Doyle (OT, Miami(Ohio))
162. Kansas City - Noah Gray (TE, Duke)
163. Washington - Darrick Forrest (S, Cincinnati)
164. Denver - Jamar Johnson (S, Indiana)
165. Indianapolis - Shawn Davis (S, Florida)
166. Carolina - Keith Taylor (CB, Washington)
167. Las Vegas - Nate Hobbs (CB, Illinois)
168. Minnesota - Zach Davidson (TE, Central Missouri)
169. Cleveland - Richard LeCounte III (S, Georgia)
170. Houston - Garret Wallow (LB, TCU)
171. Baltimore - Daelin Hayes (LB, Notre Dame)
172. San Francisco - Deommodore Lenoir (CB, Oregon)
173. Green Bay - Tedarrell Slaton (DT, Florida)
174. Los Angeles Rams - Earnest Brown IV (DE, Northwestern)
175. New York Jets - Jason Pinnock (CB, Pitt)
176. Tampa Bay - K.J. Britt (LB, Auburn)
177. Los Angeles Rams - Cameron McGrone (LB, Michigan)
178. Green Bay - Shemar-Jean Charles (CB, Appalachian State)
179. Dallas - Simi Fehoko (WR, Stanford)
180. San Francisco - Talanoa Hufanga (S, USC)
181. Kansas City - Cornell Powell (WR, Clemson)
182. Atlanta - Ade Ogundeji (DE, Notre Dame)
183. Atlanta - Avery Williams (CB, Boise State)
184. Baltimore - Ben Mason (FB, Michigan)


Round 6 - NFL Mock Draft

185. Los Angeles Chargers - Nick Neimann (LB, Iowa)
186. New York Jets - Hamseh Nasirildeen (S, Florida State)
187. Atlanta - Frank Darby (WR, Arizona State)
188. New England - Joshuah Bledsoe (S, Missouri)
189. Philadelphia - Marlon Tuipulotu (DT, USC)
190. Cincinnati - Trey Hill (C, Georgia)
191. Philadelphia - Tarron Jackson (DE, Coastal Carolina)
192. Dallas - Quinton Bohanna (DT, Kentucky)
193. Carolina - Deonte Brown (OG, Alabama)
194. San Francisco - Elijah Mitchell (RB, Louisiana)
195. Houston - Roy Lopez (DT, Arizona)
196. New York Giants - Gary Brightwell (RB, Arizona)
197. New England - William Sherman (OG, Colorado)
198. Los Angeles Chargers - Larry Roundtree III (RB, Missouri)
199. Minnesota - Jaylen Twyman (DT, Pitt)
200. New York Jets - Brandon Echols (CB, Kentucky)
201. New York Giants - Rodarius Williams (CB, Oklahoma State)
202. Cincinnati - Chris Evans (RB, Michigan)
203. Buffalo - Marquez Stevenson (WR, Houston)
204. Carolina - Shi Smith (WR, South Carolina)
205. Tennessee - Racey McMath (WR, LSU)
206. New Orleans - Landon Young (OT, Kentucky)
207. New York Jets - Jonathan Marshall (DT, Arkansas)
208. Seattle - Stone Forsythe (OT, Florida)
209. Jacksonville - Jalen Camp (WR, Georgia Tech)
210. Arizona - Victor Dimukeje (DE, Duke)
211. Cleveland - Demetric Felton (RB, UCLA)
212. Buffalo - Damar Hamlin (S, Pitt)
213. Buffalo - Rachad Wildgoose (CB, Wisconsin)
214. Green Bay - Cole Van Lanen (OT, Wisconsin)
215. Tennessee - Brady Beeze (S, Oregon)
216. Pittsburgh - Quincy Roche (LB, Miami)
217. Chicago - Khalil Herbert (RB, Virginia Tech)
218. Indianapolis - Sam Ehlinger (QB, Texas)
219. Denver - Seth Williams (WR, Auburn)
220. Green Bay - Isaiah McDuffie (LB, Boston College)
221. Chicago - Dazz Newsome (WR, North Carolina)
222. Carolina - Thomas Fletcher (LS, Alabama)
223. Arizona - Tay Gowan (CB, UCF)
224. Philadelphia - JaCoby Stevens (S, LSU)
225. Washington - Camaron Cheeseman (LS, Michigan)
226. Kansas City - Trey Smith (OG, Tennessee)
227. Dallas - Israel Mukuamu (CB, South Carolina)
228. Chicago - Thomas Graham Jr. (CB, Oregon)


Round 7 - NFL Mock Draft

229. Indianapolis - Mike Strachan (WR, Charleston)
230. Las Vegas - Jimmy Morrissey (C, Pitt)
231. Miami - Larnel Coleman (OT, Massachusetts)
232. Carolina - Phil Hoskins (DT, Kentucky)
233. Los Angeles Rams - Jake Funk (RB, Maryland)
234. Philadelphia - Patrick Johnson (LB, Tulane)
235. Cincinnati - Wyatt Hubert (DE, Kansas State)
236. Buffalo - Jack Anderson (OG, Texas Tech)
237. Denver - Kary Vincent Jr. (CB, LSU)
238. Dallas - Matt Farniok (OG, Nebraska)
239. Denver - Jonathon Cooper (DE, Ohio State)
240. Washington - William Bradley-King (DE, Baylor)
241. Los Angeles Chargers - Mark Webb (CB, Georgia)
242. New England - Tre Nixon (WR, UCF)
243. Arizona - James Wiggins (S, Cincinnati)
244. Miami - Gerrid Doaks (RB, Cincinnati)
245. Pittsburgh - Tre Norwood (CB, Oklahoma)
246. Washington - Shaka Toney (DE, Penn State)
247. Arizona - Michael Menet (C, Penn State)
248. Indianapolis - Will Fries (OT, Penn State)
249. Los Angeles Rams - Ben Skowronek (WR, Notre Dame)
250. Chicago - Khyiris Tonga (DT, BYU)
251. Tampa Bay - Chris Wilcox (DB, BYU)
252. Los Angeles Rams - Chris Garrett (LB, Concordia-St.Paul)
253. Denver - Marquiss Spencer (DE, Mississippi State)
254. Pittsburgh - Pressley Harvin III (P, Georgia Tech)
255. New Orleans - Kawaan Baker (WR, South Alabama)
256. Green Bay - Kylin Hill (RB, Mississippi State)
257. Detroit - Jermar Jefferson (RB, Oregon State)
258. Washington - Dax Milne (WR, BYU)
259. Tampa Bay - Grant Staurd (LB, Houston)

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Ilya Mikheyev10 hours ago

Week-To-Week With A Lower-Body Injury
Spencer Knight10 hours ago

Gets Three-Year Extension From Florida
John Tavares11 hours ago

Out For At Least Three Weeks
Brock Boeser11 hours ago

Out For Three To Four Weeks
Tua Tagovailoa14 hours ago

"Will Do Everything He Can" To Play Thursday
Sterling Shepard16 hours ago

Has A Torn ACL
Amon-Ra St. Brown16 hours ago

Doesn't Have Long-Term Injury
Dak Prescott16 hours ago

Targeting Week 5 Return?
Sterling Shepard17 hours ago

Likely Done For The Season
Sterling Shepard1 day ago

Gets Carted Off On Final Play
Jamal Murray1 day ago

Feels Back To Normal
Kawhi Leonard1 day ago

To Participate In Training Camp
Ivica Zubac1 day ago

Should Be Ready For Training Camp
Zion Williamson1 day ago

Feels Great Heading Into Training Camp
Ben Simmons1 day ago

Cleared For Practice
Marquese Chriss1 day ago

Not Ready For Training Camp
Dak Prescott1 day ago

Not Ruling Out A Return In Week 4
P.J. Tucker1 day ago

Fully Active For Training Camp
Zach LaVine1 day ago

Should Have No Restrictions
San Francisco 49ers1 day ago

Trent Williams Could Miss 4-6 Weeks
Cleveland Browns1 day ago

Myles Garrett Involved In Car Accident Monday
Los Angeles Chargers1 day ago

Joey Bosa Dealing With Significant Groin Injury
Mac Jones1 day ago

Expected To Miss Multiple Games
Julio Jones1 day ago

Bucs Expect Julio Jones To Return In Week 4
Jaylen Waddle1 day ago

Listed As DNP Monday
Keenan Allen1 day ago

Should Return To Practice This Week
Michael Gallup1 day ago

Dalton Schultz, Michael Gallup Inactive Monday Night
Tua Tagovailoa2 days ago

Not In Concussion Protocol
Joe Mixon2 days ago

Good To Go For Week 4
D'Andre Swift2 days ago

Out Until After The Bye?
Dalvin Cook2 days ago

Considered Day-To-Day
Rachaad White2 days ago

Ke'Shawn Vaughn Could See More Work
Dean Wade3 days ago

Agrees To Three-Year Contract Extension
Markelle Fultz3 days ago

Fractures Toe
Keldon Johnson3 days ago

Expects To Be Ready For Regular Season
Chase Briscoe3 days ago

Begins Texas Near The Rear
Christopher Bell3 days ago

To The Middle Again For Texas
Alex Bowman3 days ago

Under The Radar A Bit Sunday
Ryan Blaney3 days ago

Back On Bubble As Texas Looms
Ross Chastain3 days ago

Has To Feel Fortunate For Texas
Austin Cindric3 days ago

On The Bubble To Start Segment Two
Daniel Suarez3 days ago

Familiar With Texas Success
Kyle Larson3 days ago

Starts Ninth From Texas On Sunday
Denny Hamlin3 days ago

Loves Intermediate Tracks Like Texas
Austin Dillon3 days ago

Another Chevy Qualifying Strong
Chase Elliott3 days ago

In Solid Spot At Texas
Michael McDowell3 days ago

Not A Surprise At Texas
Tyler Reddick3 days ago

Pushes Hard To Start Fourth Sunday
William Byron3 days ago

Starts Third For Texas Race
Joey Logano3 days ago

Nearly Takes Pole At Texas
Brad Keselowski3 days ago

Snares Pole At Texas
CJ McCollum4 days ago

C.J. McCollum Signs Extension With Pelicans
Indiana Pacers4 days ago

Langston Galloway Joins Pacers
Indiana Pacers4 days ago

Norvel Pelle, Justin Anderson Get Training Camp Deals
Golden State Warriors4 days ago

Andre Iguodala Returns To Warriors
Nick Richards4 days ago

Has Impressed Hornets
Jalen Johnson4 days ago

To Get More Minutes
Bogdan Bogdanovic4 days ago

Won't Be Fully Ready For Training Camp
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander4 days ago

Could Miss Season Opener
Luguentz Dort4 days ago

Should Be Ready For Training Camp
Patrick Kane5 days ago

Keen To Remain In Chicago
Nicklas Backstrom5 days ago

Believes He Can Play This Season
Nolan Patrick5 days ago

To Miss The Entire 2022-23 Season
Jake Muzzin5 days ago

Misses Start Of Training Camp
Nick Suzuki5 days ago

Out Of Action For A Couple Of Weeks
Gabriel Landeskog5 days ago

Will Miss The Start Of The Season
Kawhi Leonard6 days ago

Will Be Eased Into Action To Begin 2022-23
Andrew Copp6 days ago

Misses Training Camp
Timothy Liljegren6 days ago

Out For At Least Six Weeks
Jason Robertson6 days ago

Misses Start Of Training Camp
Barrett Hayton6 days ago

Inks Two-Year Deal With Coyotes
Mike Smith6 days ago

Fails Physical, Heading To Long-Term Injured Reserve
Nils Lundkvist1 week ago

Traded To Stars
J.T. Miller1 week ago

Signs Long-Term In Vancouver
Tim Stützle1 week ago

Tim Stutzle Staying With Ottawa Long-Term
Kirby Dach1 week ago

And Canadiens Sign Extension
Andre Fili1 week ago

Takes Split Decision In A Very Close Contest
MMA1 week ago

Song Yadong Falls Short In Main Event Due To Massive Cut
Cory Sandhagen1 week ago

Scores Impressive TKO Win
Chidi Njokuani1 week ago

Suffers TKO Loss Saturday
Gregory Rodrigues1 week ago

Earns TKO Victory On Saturday
Bill Algeo1 week ago

Suffers Close Split-Decision Loss
Alen Amedovski1 week ago

Drops Fourth Straight Fight
Joe Pyfer1 week ago

Impresses In UFC Debut With KO/TKO Win
Tanner Boser1 week ago

Drops A Split Decision Saturday
Rodrigo Nascimento1 week ago

Ferreira Secures Close Victory
Marc-Andre Barriault1 week ago

Takes Submission Loss
Anthony Hernandez1 week ago

Earns Another Submission Finish
Chase Elliott2 weeks ago

Has Subpar Qualifying Effort Friday
Kyle Busch2 weeks ago

On The Outside Looking In At Bristol
Tyler Reddick2 weeks ago

Under Heavy Stress At Bristol
William Byron2 weeks ago

On Cruise Control For Bristol
Joey Logano2 weeks ago

Begins 15th At Bristol Motor Speedway
MMA2 weeks ago

Cory Sandhagen In Need Of A Rebound Win
MMA2 weeks ago

Song Yadong Looking For Fourth Straight Win
MMA2 weeks ago

Gregory Rodrigues Set For Saturday's Co-Main Event
MMA2 weeks ago

Chidi Njokuani Looking To Continue Middleweight Run
Bill Algeo2 weeks ago

Looking For Third Straight Victory
Andre Fili2 weeks ago

In Need Of A Win Saturday In Vegas
MMA2 weeks ago

Joe Pyfer Enters As DraftKings' Biggest Favorite Saturday
Alen Amedovski2 weeks ago

Looking To Climb Out Of Recent Hole
Rodrigo Nascimento2 weeks ago

Ferreira Looking For First Win In Two Years




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Free MLB Betting Picks - Today's Best Bets, Expert Predictions, Odds (9/27/22)

Happy Tuesday, RotoBallers, we're back for another week of MLB betting picks! Make sure you're following my Twitter, as I can't guarantee that I'll always be able to get the added plays written here in the article, but I will typically add whatever else I'm playing throughout the day. The entire RotoBaller team has been... Read More

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Hot Fantasy Prospects To Watch For Week 25

Welcome back, RotoBallers! September is winding down. We're heading into Week 26 of the fantasy baseball season, and the minor league season is coming to an end. It would be foolish to proceed without highlighting the top performances from Week 25. It's imperative to monitor the top fantasy baseball prospects who have turned heads thus... Read More

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Cal Raleigh: Champ or Chump for Fantasy Baseball?

Did you know that catcher Cal Raleigh has hit 25 homers for the Seattle Mariners this season? Drafted in the third round of the 2018 amateur draft, Raleigh once had some prospect pedigree but saw it fade when his MiLB numbers weren't special. He made his big league debut in 2021 and hit .180/.223/.309 with... Read More

Are You For Real? Surprising MLB Pitcher Starts from Week 25

Welcome back to "Are You For Real?", a weekly column where we take starting pitchers who had surprisingly good starts over the past week and put them under the microscope to determine whether they're legit or just smoke and mirrors. It's our final breakdown of the 2022 season, and boy it's a good one. We... Read More

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Daily MLB Injury Roundup for September 27th, 2022

RotoBaller has assembled a list of daily MLB injury updates to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy baseball (DFS) lineups, every day of the MLB season. Below is our updated list of injured MLB players for September 27th, 2022. Only players on teams that are scheduled to play today will appear below... Read More

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Starts & Sits for MLB Week 25 - All Starting Pitcher Matchups for Fantasy Baseball

We made it to the end. Week 25 is the final 10 days of the season. I am pleased to bring you this chart one more time, and I appreciate all the readership and the feedback (good and bad). I have given a score to 4,860 probable starters this year (with some help from automation).... Read More

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Points League Pitchers: Waiver Wire Pickups for Fantasy Baseball - Week 25

Welcome to Week 25 and our fantasy baseball waiver wire pitchers. We'll be doing this roundup of points leagues every week here at RotoBaller, with waiver wire targets and streaming pitchers being evaluated in terms of the different scoring systems of ESPN, Yahoo!, CBS, and Fantrax. Player values can vary wildly from platform to platform,... Read More

Nick Mariano's Waiver Picks - Get 'Em While They're Hot (Premium Content)

All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. This is the final waiver wire piece of the baseball season for me, which is always bittersweet. I hope you are all in contention and ready to finish the year out on a high note. I've listed several adds with a change this week... Read More

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Projecting the Top 101 ADP for the 2023 Fantasy Baseball Season

Although the end of the 2022 season is nearly upon us, it's never too early to begin off-season prep for the 2023 season. This article provides an early look at the redraft field in 2023, projecting the top 101 by ADP. We'll have you covered all offseason long as soon as the final pitch of... Read More

MLB Pitcher Advanced Metrics Studs and Duds - Season Recap

Welcome back to fantasy baseball and RotoBaller’s Statcast Pitcher Studs and Duds article series! Each week, I have selected one advanced metric, chosen two pitchers with strong values and two with poor values, and analyzed what those values may mean for future performance. Sadly, we have come to the end of another fantasy baseball season... Read More

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DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks (9/26/22): Today's Top MLB DFS Lineups

Happy Monday, RotoBallers! With a week and a half of the regular season to go, it's one of the most important times of the year to check your lineups before lock. Unfortunately, DFS managers can't assume the regular lineup these days as some teams are dreaming of the golf course, and others are planning for... Read More

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Daily MLB Injury Roundup for September 26th, 2022

RotoBaller has assembled a list of daily MLB injury updates to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy baseball (DFS) lineups, every day of the MLB season. Below is our updated list of injured MLB players for September 26th, 2022. Only players on teams that are scheduled to play today will appear below... Read More

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Bubba & the Bloom EP 20 - Benched with Bubba (Episode 509)

Bubba (@bdentrek) is joined by Ryan Bloomfield (@RyanBHQ). In tonight's episode, the guys will review some recent fantasy baseball news, look at the upcoming weekend matchups, dig into relievers to target for the final weeks, listener questions, and more. Be sure to subscribe to the Benched With Bubba Podcast, part of RotoBaller Radio's Podcast Network. Like... Read More


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Early Week 4 Half-PPR Rankings for Fantasy Football: Amon-Ra St. Brown, Jaylen Waddle, Khalil Herbert, Keenan Allen, Gabriel Davis

It's already Week 4, and there's a lot of injuries to work through, but as always we're here to help you set some winning lineups. Below you'll find our Week 4 fantasy football half-PPR rankings for fantasy football, as of September 27th. Our goal as always is to help you set those winning lineups, so... Read More

Week 4 Defense (DEF) Streamers and Starts - 2022 Fantasy Tiers, Rankings

Before we dive into the rankings, I want to talk quickly about overreacting and process. We're still early enough in the fantasy football season that I want to caution people against overreacting to the final total fantasy points scored and advocate for sticking to our process, even if the results aren't 100% what we want... Read More

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IDP Leagues Waiver Wire Pickups for Fantasy Football: Week 4 -- Jevon Holland, Eddie Jackson, and more

We’re three weeks into the season, and the Broncos are tied with Kansas City as the best team in the AFC West. The Jaguars are the best team in the South, the Browns, without Deshaun, are tied for the lead in the North, and the Dolphins defeated the Bills to take the undisputed lead in... Read More

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DraftKings NFL DFS: Week 4 Price Analysis & Picks

Hey, RotoBallers! It's Jon Anderson back for another "primer" for the Sunday NFL slate. I hope this helped last week and will continue to help throughout the year. It should be used as just a way to start the week. I'm no NFL DFS expert by any means, so I'm trying my best to just... Read More

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The Cut List – Who to Drop for Week 4?

We've all heard the, "if it ain't broken, don't fix it" statement, but no fantasy football roster is ever perfect. Fantasy managers should constantly be tinkering with the bottom of their roster. Don't be afraid of making moves and part of that is figuring out who is cuttable. All of these start/sit and who to... Read More

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Week 4 Waiver Wire Rankings - Fantasy Football Pickups Include Alexander Mattison, Michael Gallup, Romeo Doubs, Samaje Perine

Welcome to Week 4 RotoBallers, and another round of waiver wire pickups! We have seen new injuries emerge for fantasy football, and players who may be breaking out. As you consider who to pickup for your rosters, as always we're here to help you sift through it. Each week our NFL team puts out a... Read More

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Waiver Wire Express - Week 4 Lightning Round Including Alexander Mattison, Greg Dortch, Michael Gallup, Trevor Lawrence

We're gathered here to react to Week 3 and start looking forward to Week 4 with a broad overview. Sunday brought plenty of injuries, with key names such as Dalvin Cook, Joe Mixon, Tee Higgins, David Montgomery, Garrett Wilson, Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry, and Mac Jones exiting. We'll see how those situations shake out through... Read More

Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups and Free Agent Adds - All Positions

If you thought the waiver wire outlook for running backs was bad last week, don't bother looking this week. There are plenty of intriguing options at wide receiver, however, and some help to be found for those looking to stream QB and TE. Below, you will find the top waiver wire options at each position... Read More

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FAAB Waiver Wire Bidding - Fantasy Football Pickups to Target for Week 4

Week 3 brought more injury fallout than the first two weeks, but the waiver wire still feels relatively dry compared to previous seasons. Of course, that doesn't stop our mission of improving as best we can with the resources available. Nothing is guaranteed and now comes the time when end-of-bench stashes from the draft must... Read More

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Deeper-League Waiver Wire Adds for Week 4: Samaje Perine, DeVante Parker, Laviska Shenault, George Pickens, Craig Reynolds

The first three weeks of the NFL's regular season are behind us, but it's never time to stop searching for deep league stashes for short or long-term upside. These fantasy football waiver wire pickup suggestions are geared toward leagues with deep benches or 14-plus teams, so obvious handcuffs and early-season breakouts such as Jahan Dotson,... Read More

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Week 4 Kicker Streamers and Starts - 2022 Fantasy Tiers, Rankings

We're through three weeks of the NFL season, but we'll never get to a place where we can ignore the streamer game at the kicker position in fantasy football. Even though we have three games of data for each team, kicker projections are very elastic week-to-week and it's too early to draw definitive conclusions.  Things... Read More

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Can Russell Wilson Still Cook?

In a 2022 free agency that witnessed many a splash trades; Russell Wilson was perhaps the pinnacle. Wilson was the proclaimed savior to a Denver Broncos team that was ‘only missing a quality quarterback to take it to the next level’. Wilson was finally saved from a stifling Seattle Seahawks offense that did not allow... Read More

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Getting Dubs In Duval: Analyzing The Jaguars In Fantasy Football Going Forward

The Jacksonville Jaguars might be good. Yeah, I'm as surprised as you are, but after beating the Chargers 38-10, the Jaguars look dangerous. The team has scored 22 or more points in each of its games this season, which is notable since in 17 games last season, the team hit that mark just twice. And... Read More



2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Centers (Part 3)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

Alex Burns' 2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Rankings and Draft Analysis

I know what you're probably thinking."Fantasy basketball rankings in September? We haven't even begun training camp. Does he have nothing better to do with his time?" While I do find myself suffering from significant boredom during the NBA offseason, I want to clarify one thing: It is NEVER too early to begin discussing fantasy hoops.... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Centers (Part 2)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Centers (Part 1)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Forwards (Part 3)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Forwards (Part 2)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Forwards (Part 1)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Guards (Part 3)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Guards (Part 2)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball - Early ADP Analysis: Guards (Part 1)

A key part of doing a fantasy draft is avoiding players who are overvalued while finding gems buried down the ADP leaderboard. The wrong pick can completely tank your season. The perfect steal can give you a magnificent advantage. Today, let's talk about some players whose ADPs makes little sense given their projections--for the good... Read More

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Draft Room 101: Keys to Building a Contending Roster

Ask anybody that plays a fantasy sport what the best part of the season really is, and most of them will say it's the draft itself. Almost all of us know why too. Not unlike when you were a kid and got to be a captain for dodgeball on the playground, picking your own team... Read More

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Enough Already: Third-year Players To Give Up On In Fantasy Basketball

Not every player can set the world on fire as a rookie. Or as a second-year player. Sometimes, young players take time to develop. But other times, those struggles in years one and two can be signs that those players are on their way to washing out of the NBA. Below are five third-year NBA... Read More