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Three ADP Standouts

As fantasy managers, average draft position (ADP) is one of the most useful tools that we have when preparing for drafts,

ADP can help us to better plan in order to hopefully find great value later in the draft.

Here are three players that currently have great ADPs that might end up being a ateal for you in your draft.

1. Tyler Higbee - Higbee is currently going as the TE16 in round 12. Many people seem to forget, though, that he was fourth in tight end targets in 2022, and is fifth in the league over the past two years. Is he going to be a top 5 tight end? Probably not. But barring injury, he is going to get 100+ targets and finish well ahead of his current ADP.

2. Keenan Allen - From 2017 to 2021, Allen had five straight season of 95 receptions and 6+ touchdowns. He simply does not bust. Last year, that streak ended because he was injured for the first half of the season. But in the final eight games, he was a top 10 fantasy receiver and was on pace for 130 receptions, 1,400 yards and eight scores. He is a No. 1 receiver who will get 95 receptions in a top ten NFL offense. The only other guys who can say that are Jamar Chase, A.J. Brown, Stefon Diggs, Amon-Ra St. Brown, and CeeDee Lamb. Those guys go as top ten receivers, yet Allen is WR22, for some reason.

3. Terry McLaurin - McLaurin’s current ADP is WR24. Last season was his worst finish of his career, and he was still the WR14. What are we doing? There is no way Sam Howell is worse than Taylor Heinicke last year. I get that it isn’t an exciting pick, but in what world does McLaurin finish lower than WR24? People are seriously taking Christian Watson, Drake London, and Jerry Jeudy ahead of him, even though they also have bad quarterback situations.

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