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Best Ball Wide Receiver Rankings for Fantasy Football Drafts (Tiers 1-3) - July Updates

Justin Jefferson - Fantasy Football Rankings, DFS Lineup Picks, NFL Injury News

Many of you have been assembling rosters in best-ball leagues since the initial weeks of the offseason, and participation in this format has intensified as we have progressed through the summer. You are also dedicating your efforts toward draft preparation and roster construction as we rapidly approach the regular season.

Enthusiasm for the best ball format remains enormous as it provides the opportunity to instantly complete all forms of roster management at the conclusion of each draft. However, that aspect of the best ball draft process should be integrated into your decision-making process during each selection, as the absence of a waiver wire elevates the importance of constructing rosters that are designed to minimize the impact of injuries and other challenges that emerge during the season.

The team at RotoBaller has just updated our tiered rankings in the best ball format, which will help you prepare for your upcoming drafts. We are also delivering a detailed analysis of these rankings, and this article will examine wide receivers who are contained in tiers 1-3. We will continue to update our rankings throughout the offseason and you can find the latest fantasy football rankings here.

Be sure to check all of our fantasy football rankings for 2024 fantasy football drafts:

 

Wide Receiver Best-Ball Rankings

Position Rank PositionTier Player Name Overall Rank
1 1 Justin Jefferson 1
2 1 Ja'Marr Chase 2
3 1 Tyreek Hill 4
4 1 Cooper Kupp 5
5 2 Stefon Diggs 9
6 2 A.J. Brown 10
7 2 CeeDee Lamb 11
8 2 Amon-Ra St. Brown 12
9 2 Davante Adams 15
10 2 Garrett Wilson 17
11 2 Jaylen Waddle 19
12 3 DeVonta Smith 24
13 3 DK Metcalf 25
14 3 Tee Higgins 27
15 4 Chris Olave 30
16 4 Amari Cooper 36
17 4 Keenan Allen 39
18 4 Calvin Ridley 40
19 4 Christian Watson 43
20 4 Deebo Samuel  46
21 4 DJ Moore 49
22 5 Drake London 51
23 5 DeAndre Hopkins 52
24 5 Tyler Lockett 54
25 5  Terry McLaurin 56
26 5 Mike Williams 57
27 6 Christian Kirk 58
28 6 Jerry Jeudy 61
29 6 Chris Godwin 62
30 6 Jahan Dotson 64
31 6 Marquise Brown 65
32 6 Brandon Aiyuk 66
33 8 Michael Pittman Jr. 69
34 6 Jordan Addison 70
35 6 Diontae Johnson 73
36 7 Mike Evans 74
37 7 Jaxon Smith-Njigba 80
38 7 Quentin Johnston 81
39 7 George Pickens 84
40 8 Gabe Davis 87
41 8 Zay Flowers 90
42 8 Brandin Cooks 92
43 8 Treylon Burks 93
44 8 Rashod Bateman 95
45 9 Kadarius Toney 100
46 9 Elijah Moore 110
47 10 JuJu Smith-Schuster 113
48 10 Tyler Boyd 115
49 10 Darnell Mooney 123
50 10 Jonathan Mingo 125
51 10 Michael Thomas 126
52 10 Allen Lazard 127
53 10 Jameson Williams 128
54 10 Jakobi Meyers 129
55 10 Rondale Moore 130
56 10 Adam Thielen 132
57 10 Courtland Sutton 133
58 11 Nico Collins 138
59 11 Skyy Moore 140
60 11 Odell Beckham Jr. 144
61 11 Marvin Mims 145
62 11 Alec Pierce 147
63 12 Tim Patrick 149
64 12 Donovan Peoples-Jones 150
65 12 Romeo Doubs 151
66 12 Rashee Rice 154
67 12 Jayden Reed 156
68 13 Zay Jones 160
69 13 Rashid Shaheed 163
70 13 Allen Robinson II 169
71 13 DJ Chark Jr. 170
72 13 Josh Downs 177
73 14 Wan'Dale Robinson 178
74 14 John Metchie III 182
75 14 Marquez Valdes-Scantling 183
76 14 Isaiah Hodgins 185
77 14 K.J. Osborn 189
78 14 Khalil Shakir 190
79 14 Hunter Renfrow 192
80 14 Curtis Samuel 197
81 14 Michael Gallup 198
82 15 Chase Claypool 205
83 15 Jalin Hyatt 206
84 15 Mecole Hardman 213
85 15 Marvin Jones Jr. 217
86 15 Cedric Tillman 220
87 16 Joshua Palmer 224
88 16 Deonte Harty 225
89 16 Terrace Marshall Jr. 229
90 16 Trey Palmer 230
91 16 Tyquan Thornton 231
92 16 Nathaniel Dell 236
93 16 Parris Campbell 240
94 16 Van Jefferson 241
95 16 Russell Gage 242
96 16 Darius Slayton 244
96 16 Tank Dell 245

 

Tier 1

Justin Jefferson, Ja'Marr Chase, Tyreek Hill, Cooper Kupp 

Jefferson led his position with an average of 21.7 points per game (PPR) last year which sustained the steady rise in his average since his 2020 rookie season (17.1/19.4/21.7). Jefferson has also collected 476 targets (9.5 per game) and accumulated more receiving yards (4,825/96.5 per game) than any other wide receiver since his arrival in Minnesota while also stockpiling the most receptions by any player during his first three seasons in NFL history (324/6.5 per game).

Jefferson also led the league in each of those categories last season (184 targets/10.8 per game), (128 receptions/7.5 per game), (1,809 receiving yards/106.4 per game), while also finishing first overall in routes run (668), red zone targets (29), yards after catch (627), and games with 100+ yards (10). He also enters his fourth season as the premier receiving weapon in an aerial attack that ranked third in pass play percentage (64.4%), and passing attempts per game (39.6).

Promising newcomer Jordan Addison should force opposing defenses to redirect a percentage of resources that were previously dedicated toward neutralizing Jefferson last season. This adds to the enormous rationale for seizing Jefferson with the first overall pick in your upcoming drafts.

Chase enters his third season having sustained his presence within the league’s elite tier of wide receivers during 2022. He was leading the league in routes run (327), red zone targets (14), and receiving touchdowns (6), from Weeks 1-7 before a hip issue sidelined him during Cincinnati’s next four matchups. Chase was also second in targets (74/10.6 per game), and fourth in receptions (47/6.7 per game) during that sequence, before reemerging to average a league-high 12.2 targets per game from Weeks 13-18.

Weeks 13-18 Targ/Gm Targ % TPRR
Ja'Marr Chase 12.2 31.6 31.8
Keenan Allen 11.3 29.3 39.1
Justin Jefferson 11.3 28.2 31.9
Garrett Wilson 11.3 28.3 31.8
DeAndre Hopkins 10.7 27.4 41.6
A.J. Brown 9.8 29.1 31.9
Amon-Ra St. Brown 9.7 27.2 33.9
Drake London 9.6 36.1 44
DeVonta Smith 9.5 28.1 29.8
Davante Adams 9.5 32.8 32.4

The two-time Pro-Bowler also captured a 31.6% target share, was second in red zone targets (12), and averaged 31.8% targets per route run, 8.0 receptions, and 88.2 receiving yards during that sequence. Chase and Tee Higgins form what is arguably the league's most formidable tandem of wide receivers for opposing defenders to contend with. However, Chase's role as Cincinnati's WR1 remains unquestioned. The enticing blend of Chase’s exceptional talent and the repeated targeting that he will receive from Joe Burrow also makes him an unquestioned top-four selection.

If you are debating the merits of including Kupp among your options near the onset of Round 1, it might be helpful to review the numbers that he was assembling prior to the high ankle sprain that prematurely ended his season in 2022. Kupp was leading the league in multiple categories from Weeks 1-9, while his per-game averages in targets and receptions exceeded his averages in that same sequence during his historic 2021 season  (11.6/11.4 targets), (9.0/8.2 receptions).

He had also eclipsed his results from 2021 in targets per route run (37.7%/31.6%), yards per route run (3.29/3.13), and had nearly matched his average in points per game (24.8/26.2). Kupp will operate in a passing attack that will also contain underrated tight end Tyler Higbee and a group of uninspiring wide receivers, which should result in extensive targeting for Kupp once again. He remains embedded among the NFL’s top four wide receivers which should compel you to select him at his current ADP (7/WR4).

Offseason concerns during 2022 regarding Hill’s ability to duplicate the usage and output that he sustained while operating with Patrick Mahomes were eviscerated during his first season in Miami, as he finished second at his position in receptions (119/7.0 per game), receiving yards (1,710/100.6 per game), and air yards (2,107). He was also third in targets (170/10.0 per game), and targets per route run (34%).

Hill led the league in yards per route run (3.42), tied for the lead in receptions of 40+ (7), and also tied Jefferson for the league lead by eclipsing 150+ yards during four different matchups. The 29-year-old Hill also achieved the highest grade among all wide receivers from PFF.

All updates regarding Hill’s most recent off-the-field incident and any prospective response from the NFL should be monitored. However, he is currently primed to deliver another highly-productive season, which presents the incentive for you to prioritize Hill as a top-five selection during your drafts.

 

Tier 2

Stefon DiggsA.J. BrownCeeDee Lamb, Amon-Ra St. BrownDavante Adams, Garrett Wilson, Jaylen Waddle

Diggs has finished among the top five in targets during each of his three seasons with Buffalo and was fifth overall with 154 (9.6 per game) during 2022. He also rose to second while averaging 10.8 per game from Weeks 1-12, before he plummeted to 36th from Weeks 13-16 with an average of 6.3 per game.

Diggs also finished second in routes run (627), and touchdowns (11) last season, and was third in receptions (108/6.8 per game), fourth in red zone targets (26), and fifth in receiving yards (1,429/89.3 per game).

Diggs has also displayed frustration on several occasions including the Bills’ postseason matchup with Cincinnati. However, Diggs’ talent and role as Josh Allen’s primary receiving option remain equally unquestioned, while positioning him to operate as a top-five receiver once again. That should encourage fantasy managers to remain confident that Diggs and Allen will stay in sync throughout the season when selecting him in Round 1 of their drafts.

Brown had averaged 6.9 targets, 4.3 receptions, and 69.7 yards per game with Tennessee from 2019-2021, but the unexpected trade that jettisoned him to Philadelphia launched him into a highly-favorable environment. He later signed a four-year contract extension with the Eagles and capitalized on his opportunity by delivering career-high numbers.

He easily surpassed his previous per-game averages (8.5 targets/5.2 receptions/88 yards), while finishing fourth overall with a franchise record 1,496 yards, rising to ninth in targets (145), and finishing 11th in receptions (88). Brown also vaulted to second in yards per route run (2.96), third in air yards share (40.8%), and fourth in air yards (1,754). He also finished second in yards after catch (548) and received the sixth-highest grade among wide receivers from PFF.

Brown and DeVonta Smith have already proven that they can both concurrently deliver prolific seasons after finishing among the top 10 in scoring during 2022, and Brown remains a viable selection at the bottom of Round 1 in your drafts.

Lamb has captured 277 targets (8.4 per game) during his last two seasons while collecting 186 receptions (5.6 per game) for 2,461 yards (74.6 per game) and 15 touchdowns during that sequence. That includes Lamb’s career-best usage and production during 2022, when he established new highs in each category (156 targets/9.2 per game), (107 receptions/6.3 per game), (1,359 receiving yards/79.9 per game), (nine touchdowns).

Lamb also eclipsed 95+ yards in six different games, while he was also fifth in yards per route run (2.83), seventh in yards before catch (873), ninth in targets per route run (32.1%), and 10th in air yards (1,573). Brandin Cooks should elevate into WR2 responsibilities for Dallas after the Cowboys attained the 10-year veteran in a trade with Houston. However, Lamb should flourish as the team’s most critical receiving weapon, while accumulating numbers that justify selecting him late in Round 1 of all drafts.

St. Brown has collected 196 receptions (5.9 per game) during his first two seasons, which is the most among all members of the 2021 draft class, and seventh-highest overall at his position.  

St. Brown is also 12th in targets (265/8.0 per game), and 19th in receiving yards (2,073/62.8 per game) among all wide receivers during 2021-2022.  His numbers also lead all other Detroit wide receivers in each category, as Kalif Raymond is a distant second during that sequence (135 targets/95 receptions/1,192 yards).

2021-2022 Rec Rec/Gm Targ Targ/Gm Yards Yards/Gm
Justin Jefferson 236 6.9 351 10.3 3,425 100.7
Tyreek Hill 230 6.8 329 9.7 2,949 86.7
Davante Adams 223 6.8 349 10.6 3,069 93
Cooper Kupp 220 8.5 289 11.1 2,759 106.1
Stefon Diggs 211 6.4 318 9.6 2,654 80.4
Chris Godwin 202 7 269 9.3 2,126 73.3
Amon-Ra St. Brown 196 5.9 265 8 2,073 62.8
Diontae Johnson 193 5.8 316 9.6 2,043 61.9

 

2022 TPRR% YPRR Routes 
Cooper Kupp 36.4 3.02 269
DeAndre Hopkins 36.4 2.72 264
Tyreek Hill 34 3.42 500
Amon-Ra St. Brown 33.4 2.66 437
Deebo Samuel 33 2.22 285
Davante Adams 32.5 2.74 554
Keenan Allen 31.9 2.7 279
Chris Olave 31.2 2.73 381
Christian Watson 31.1 2.88 212
Drake London 29.2 2.16 401

St. Brown also finished eighth in targets (146/9.1 per game), fourth in targets per route run (33.4%), fifth in receptions (106/6.6 per game), and ninth in yards per route run (2.66), while functioning from the slot on 76.3% of his routes. St. Brown will operate with an unobstructed path toward a sizable target share atop Detroit’s depth chart. He is also capable of delivering low-end WR1 production, and can be prioritized during Round 2 of your drafts.

Jimmy Garoppolo’s foot issues have provided the potential for a catastrophic season in Las Vegas if he is unable to remain under center. However, Adams will commander a massive target share regardless of who is spearheading the Raiders’ aerial attack.

Adams leads all wide receivers in targets (794/10.8 per game), receptions (532/7.2 per game), and receiving yards (6,826/92.2) per game) since 2018, and the transition from Aaron Rodgers did not prevent him from having another prolific season in 2022. He led the league in target share (32.2%), touchdowns (14), and air yards (2,129) while finishing second with a career-high 180 targets (10.6 per game), and third in both receiving yards (1,516/89.2) and yards per route run (2.74).

Darren Waller has been jettisoned to the Giants, while former Patriot Jakobi Meyers will operate as the Raiders’ WR2. Hunter Renfrow’s role in Josh McDaniels’ offense will also impede him from approaching the career-best numbers that he attained in 2021 (128 targets/103 receptions/1,038 yards). The prospects of a problematic situation at quarterback are concerning, but Adams’ sustained excellence and diminished competition for targets make him worthy of selection in Round 2.

Wilson successfully navigated the challenges of operating with New York’s shortcomings at quarterback last season, and his performance culminated in being named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. Wilson also finished sixth overall with 147 targets (8.6 per game) and was eighth in routes run (549), 11th in air yards (1,542), 14th in receiving yards (1,103/ 64.9 per game), and 16th in receptions (83/4.9 per game).

Wilson also delivered a late-season statistical eruption from Weeks 13-18, while leading the league in routes run (214), and air yards (915), tying for the lead in targets (68/11.3 per game), and rising to the top 10 in receptions (34/5.7 per game), and receiving yards (475/79.2 per game). Wilson should benefit significantly from the arrival of Aaron Rodgers, and Wilson’s role as the Jets’ primary receiving weapon remains unchallenged. That supplies your incentive for drafting him as a WR1.

Waddle immediately rewarded Miami for seizing him sixth overall in 2021, by capitalizing on his team-high 24.6% target share and establishing an NFL record for receptions by a rookie (104/6.5 per game). The arrival of Hill fueled a reduction in Waddle’s target share (20.7%), while he also experienced declines in targets (140/117) and receptions (104/75) when contrasted with 2021.

However, Waddle vaulted to seventh overall in receiving yards (1,356/79.8 per game), and the 2,371 yards (71.8 per game) that he has accumulated with Miami place him 13th in NFL history among all wide receivers during their first two seasons.  Waddle was also fifth in yards per route run (2.74), eighth in yards before catch (846), and fifth in yards after catch (510) while finishing 11th with an average of 15.2 points per game during 2022. He can operate as a low-end WR1 which leaves his ADP properly placed in Round 2 (18/WR11).

 

Tier 3

DeVonta Smith, D.K. MetcalfTee Higgins

The career-best numbers that Brown accumulated during his first season in Philadelphia coincided with Smith’s ascension into high-end WR2 territory during his second year with the Eagles. Smith rose to 12th with an average of 15.0 points per game while completing the year with a 27% target share. He also finished inside the top 10 in receptions (95/5.6 per game), receiving yards (1,196/70.4 per game), and yards after catch (490) from Weeks 1-18.

Weeks 14-17 Targets Targ/Gm Rec Rec/Gm
Justin Jefferson 52 13 36 9
Keenan Allen 43 10.8 36 9
DeVonta Smith 41 10.3 27 6.7
Ja'Marr Chase 40 13.3 25 8.3
A.J. Brown 39 9.8 23 5.8
CeeDee Lamb 38 9.5 33 8.3
Mike Evans 38 9.5 22 5.5
Amon-Ra St. Brown 37 9.3 24 6

 

Weeks 14-17 Yards Yards/Gm 20+ 100+
Justin Jefferson 494 123.5 6 3
A.J. Brown 451 112.8 6 2
DeVonta Smith 418 104.5 8 3
CeeDee Lamb 379 94.8 6 3
Mike Evans 363 90.8 6 1
Mike Williams 353 88.3 5 1
Keenan Allen 342 85.5 3 1
Jaylen Waddle 340 85 5 2

Smith’s average of 21.7 points per game from Weeks 14-17, placed him second overall, while he also vaulted to third in targets (41/10.3 per game), and receiving yards (418/104.5 per game). Smith will retain an integral role in the Eagles’ potent attack once again this season, and he should reward any managers who select him during Round 2 of their upcoming drafts.

Metcalf was selected as a WR3 during the 2022 draft season (WR27), due to apprehension surrounding Seattle’s transition from Russell WilsonHowever, all uneasiness proved to be unfounded as Geno Smith resurrected his career, and Metcalf finished 11th in targets (141/8.3 per game) and 10th in receptions (90/5.3 per game) – while securing career highs in each category.

Metcalf also vaulted to second in red zone targets (27), and ninth in routes run (548), although he only generated six touchdowns after accumulating 22 during 2020 and 2021 combined.

Seattle seized Jaxon Smith-Njigba with the 20th pick in April’s NFL Draft, and the rookie’s involvement could fuel a reduction in the target shares of Metcalf and Tyler Lockett However, Smith-Njigba is not a candidate to confiscate Metcalf’s role as the Seahawks’ top receiving weapon, which elevates Metcalf among your most viable options at the conclusion of Round 3.

Higgins is 14th overall in receiving yards since he entered the league in 2020 (3,028/65.8 per game). He has also eclipsed 1000+ yards and attained 74 receptions during each of his last two seasons (1,091/1,029). He also finished 14th with an average of 14.9 points per game in 2022, despite contending with multiple injuries (ankle/concussion/hamstring). Higgins also rose to eighth with an average of 18.8 points per game from Weeks 8-12, when Chase was sidelined with his hip issue.

Higgins also finished 12th in targets per game (9.0), third in air yards share (45.5%), and ninth in receiving yards (371/92.8 per game) during that sequence. Higgins would deliver WR1 production for fantasy managers if he was operating in an aerial attack that did not also contain his elite teammate Chase. However, he remains capable of functioning as a high-end RB2 on your rosters.



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DeVonta Smith - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Philadelphia Eagles 2024 Fantasy Football Team Preview - QB, RB, WR, TE Outlooks

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Dak Prescott - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Fantasy Football Players to Target and Avoid - NFC East

Fantasy football managers are gearing up for the 2024 NFL season and preparing for their fantasy football drafts. Evaluating the NFC East rosters to determine which players to target and which to avoid is crucial for these drafts. This article tackles fantasy targets and those to avoid from each NFC East team. The NFC East... Read More


Bijan Robinson - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Rookies, Draft Sleepers

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Rachaad White - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

One-Man Backfields To Avoid In 2024 Fantasy Football Drafts

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Harrison Butker - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Kickers

Fantasy Football Kicker Rankings (K)

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CeeDee Lamb - Fantasy Football Rankings, DFS and Betting Picks, NFL Injury News

11 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers With Target Hog Potential

For a wide receiver to be good in fantasy, they must get the football. Duh, right? But you know what I mean: the more targets a player receives, the more opportunities exist for them to score points in fantasy. Sometimes, you get players who are their team's No. 1 receiver, which leads to a high... Read More


Chris Olave - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

The Best Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Tandems for 2024 Drafts

Being successful in your fantasy football league will require drafting players who will be able to score fantasy points consistently every week as well as offer a very high ceiling of potential when it comes to fantasy scoring. The wide receiver position is the one that tends to offer the highest fantasy ceiling in a... Read More


Jahmyr Gibbs - Fantasy Football, Rankings, Draft, Sleeper, DFS, Running Back

NFL Power Rankings: All 32 Teams Ahead of Training Camp

The countdown to the NFL season is on, and with training camps just around the corner, it's the perfect time to look into the ever-evolving world of NFL Power Rankings. As we gear up for another rollercoaster of a season, each team’s potential is meticulously dissected, scrutinized, and ranked. From future champions to underdogs, our... Read More


Terry McLaurin - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Washington Commanders Fantasy Football Team Preview - QB, RB, WR, TE Outlooks

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DeAndre Hopkins - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Yardage Regression Candidates - 2024 NFL Sleepers and Busts

The 2023 NFL season featured some impressive performances by wide receivers, but not all of those performances feel sustainable heading into the future. Various factors should lead to various shifts in production. Today, we'll be looking at some wide receivers who had a lot of receiving yards in 2023 and discussing why their 2024 outlook... Read More


Rashee Rice - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL wr, Draft Sleepers

Fantasy Football Outlook: Where to Draft Rashee Rice in Fantasy Football

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice had a promising rookie campaign last year. The young wideout gained steam as the season progressed, and he finished as a key contributor to Kansas City's run to a Super Bowl victory. However, a lot has transpired since February. Between multiple relevant roster moves and a series of... Read More


Jaymyr Gibbs - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Injury News, DFS and Betting Picks

2024 Fantasy Football Rankings (Preseason)

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DeVon Achane - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL DFS Picks, Injury News

Fantasy Football Draft Targets And Avoids - AFC East Breakdowns

Fantasy football draft season is right around the corner. What better way to start your preparation than by looking at some targets and avoids from around the league? That's exactly what we'll aim to do in this article Here, we'll take a look specifically at the AFC East. Which players should you be targeting in... Read More