2024 Fantasy Football Rankings After The NFL Draft

Apr 29th 2024

Hayden Winks

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2024 Fantasy Football Rankings

Updated on May 11th.

The ADP is based on the starting draft position on Underdog Fantasy. 2023 and 2022 Finishes are my fantasy points over replacement metrics based on Underdog Fantasy's half PPR best ball scoring, which factors in weekly upside. It's important to note that I don't encourage reaching on Underdog Fantasy, even if I have a player ranked well ahead of ADP. Get your guys, but get them at reasonable ADPs. More times than not, the player you want will be drafted within 5 spots of his ADP. Be patient.

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  1. Christian McCaffrey

  2. CeeDee Lamb

  3. Justin Jefferson

  4. Ja'Marr Chase

  5. Breece Hall

  6. Bijan Robinson

  7. Tyreek Hill

  8. Amon-Ra St. Brown

  9. Puka Nacua

  10. A.J. Brown

  11. Garrett Wilson

  12. Jahmyr Gibbs

  13. Josh Jacobs - He's the player I'm highest on vs. consensus. Jacobs is at 1,000 rushing yards and 7.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  14. Saquon Barkley - He's at 1,125 rushing yards and 7.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  15. Jonathan Taylor

  16. Brandon Aiyuk

  17. Mike Evans - Higher on than consensus. Finished 12th overall last year. Still looked near his peak, physically. He's at 1,125 receiving yards and 9.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  18. Nico Collins

  19. Davante Adams

  20. Kyren Williams - The power run game isn't going anywhere. It led to the 11th most expected points last year, and an outlier 2nd overall finish for Williams. Blake Corum is at least a direct handcuff but likely steals 10-25% work from him directly. This would reflect that drop-off.

  21. De'Von Achane - His ADP is slowly dropping after Raheem Mostert received a $4.4M extension and Jaylen Wright was added in the 4th round. Achane's outlier runs led to a 5th overall per-game finish, so even after accounting for obvious regression, Achane can be valued as a low-end RB1.

  22. Isiah Pacheco - Now in his prime, Pacheco has the clear-cut top role without added competition. The offense looks much improved, so he can run hot in touchdowns. Pacheco was already 29th overall last year and finished really strong. From Week 12 on, Pacheco averaged 17.6 half PPR points on 18.0 expected half PPR points. Those would've been good for RB3 overall if extrapolated the entire season. BUY!

  23. Derrick Henry - Finished 4th and 23rd overall over the last two seasons. Now plays on a better team. Heck, even Gus Edwards finished 52nd in a smaller version of this role last year. He's at 999 rushing yards and 10.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  24. Travis Etienne Jr. - He finished 11th overall last year. The OL looks better and his competition for snaps remains week. Consensus is oddly low on him.

  25. Drake London

  26. Marvin Harrison Jr. - Somehow lower than consensus, which might've lost it's mind here. He's at 1,000 receiving yards and 7.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  27. Chris Olave - It's not fully his fault, but Olave has finished 58th and 76th overall in his first two seasons. The Saints look even worse this year. I'm not sure his skillset is that of a true volume hog, so I'm lower on than consensus.

  28. Jaylen Waddle

  29. DK Metcalf - New OC Ryan Grubb had an elite pass rate and peppered downfield targets. It's the perfect environment for spike weeks, as Metcalf is fully in his prime. An outlier level of touchdowns is possible. I'm higher on than consensus. He's at 1,025 receiving yards and 7.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  30. Rachaad White - He finished 24th overall last year, dodged RB competition, and upgraded his interior OL which finished just 26th in short-yardage success rate last year. White has pretty rare volume for the modern NFL. I'm higher on than consensus.

  31. Josh Allen

  32. Jalen Hurts - He's at 3,675 passing yards and 11.0 rushing TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  33. Sam LaPorta - He was 47th overall as a damn rookie. Not much has changed in the offense either, but the market is just more willing to pay a premium (32nd overall) than I am. I'd rather scoop up the RB value or add another WR in this range. LaPorta will also have to overcome regression after piling on 10 TDs when his usage would indicate he should've scored just 6.

  34. Cooper Kupp

  35. Amari Cooper - He's finished 27th and 33rd overall in the last two years. His ADP is 54th overall despite WRs being ranked very aggressively in general. I don't get it.

  36. Deebo Samuel - The 49ers could use cap relief for their 2025 books so they can pay Brandon Aiyuk. Trading Deebo would give them the exact money they need to make that happen, which explains the trade talks they've had. A trade (let's say 33% chance of happening) would likely hurt his fantasy outlook, as I wouldn't trust 90% of other OCs to utilize him properly. Even if he stays on the Niners, his injury history and Aiyuk's prime are reasons to fade. I'm happily lower than consensus. Much lower at that.

  37. DJ Moore - The QB upgrade is very real, but so is target competition and regression. Moore competed with Darnell Mooney and Tyler Scott for looks, then scored 2.3 more TDs than his usage would expect. Moore has the talent to repeat that with Caleb Williams. It's just asking a lot with volume hogs Keenan Allen and Rome Odunze in town. He's been 16th and 57th overall in the last two years. I'll split the difference, meaning I'm lower than consensus.

  38. DeVonta Smith - He's at 1,050 receiving yards in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  39. Tee Higgins

  40. Patrick Mahomes - It was a down 2023, and Mahomes still won the Super Bowl. The Chiefs won't have to run WR tryouts until Week 15 this year with Marquise Brown, Xavier Worthy, and Rashee Rice creating a balanced 3-WR set. It's the best he's had since Tyreek Hill. Mahomes was 16th overall that season, so I'm comfortably higher than consensus. It's a bonus to have so many stacking partners after his ADP, too. He's at 4,350 passing yards and 34.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  41. Malik Nabers - He's at 875 receiving yards and 5.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  42. Stefon Diggs - The signs of a fall off are there, though Diggs does seem reinvigorated by the change of scenery. He'll go back to his deep-threat days where he shredded in best ball. There's just going to be less consistency in his target volume based on the offense and target competition. He ranked 32nd overall last year. Diggs will be 30 years old in 2023. I can't get on board with a 25th overall ADP. He's at 949 receiving yards and 7.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  43. Michael Pittman Jr. - Without Adonai Mitchell, Pittman was 42nd overall. I can't get on board with a 31st overall ADP. He likely doesn't have the super star traits to get pull away from the WR1/2 borderline. The RPOs provide a very nice floor in what tends to be a Round 4 range full of busts. He's at 1,050 receiving yards and 4.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  44. George Pickens

  45. Christian Kirk

  46. Lamar Jackson - He's at 3,600 passing yards and 770 rushing yards in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  47. Travis Kelce - He's at 1,065 receiving yards and 8.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  48. Mark Andrews

  49. Tank Dell

  50. Keenan Allen

  51. Trey McBride

  52. Dalton Kincaid

  53. C.J. Stroud - He's at 4,150 passing yards and 28.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  54. Anthony Richardson - It was a short-lived experience, but AR led all quarterbacks in fantasy points per snap as a rookie. Coach Shane Steichen called the 3rd-fastest offense and designed high-leverage rush attempts for Richardson, just like he did with Jalen Hurts in Philly. Richardson has the skills to be a fantasy cheat code, and the haters just may not understand how close he was from figuring things out as a passer. It's a bonus that his WR2, WR3, and TE1 are selected after him in best ball, too. He's very easily stackable.

  55. Joe Mixon - He's finished 35th and 21st overall in the last two year, faces no competition for snaps in Houston, and is likely on a top-8 offense. The Texans added another $7M guaranteed to his old deal for no real reason either. They clearly think he's an ideal fit for their under-center rushing offense. I agree.

  56. James Cook

  57. Marquise Brown - Nobody is more obviously ready to go from unfortunate to blessed on their deep ball catch rate than Hollywood:

  58. Xavier Worthy - He's at 850 receiving yards and 4.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  59. Terry McLaurin

  60. Zay Flowers - He finished 74th overall last year and has a similar environment for year two. Flowers doesn't have elite upside to me. The market (45th overall) disagrees.

  61. David Montgomery - Jahmyr Gibbs earned more trust late last year and we should expect that to continue into year two, but Montgomery serves a valuable role in this offense and has room to fall from. He finished 19th overall last year and has the upside to repeat if Gibbs were to unexpectedly miss time.

  62. Kenneth Walker III - Zach Charbonnet threatens in year two, but Walker has finished 27th and 36th overall in his first two seasons. The Seahawks are likely to have better OL play after being crushed by injuries in 2023. His 64th overall ADP shows how thirsty the market is for WRs.

  63. Rhamondre Stevenson - In two of the worst offenses every assembled, Stevenson has pulled off 29th and 64th overall per game finishes over the last two years. Ezekiel Elliott is replaced by the overrated Antonio Gibson, and there's a chance Drake Maye (or even Jacoby Brissset) makes this a watchable offense this year. OC Alex Van Pelt has been the Browns coordinator since 2020. Did they run the ball? I forget.

  64. Calvin Ridley - He's at 875 receiving yards and 5.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  65. Ladd McConkey - He's not there yet and this is a different offense, but Keenan Allen has been 31st and 7th overall as Justin Herbert's center piece. McConkey is a route wizard with A-level athleticism, able to run legit vertical routes on the perimeter and churn ankles as a slot receiver when needed. He has the tools to dust the rest of the (non-existent) pass-catcher room in Los Angeles.

  66. Brian Thomas Jr. - He's at 800 receiving yards and 5.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  67. Rome Odunze - Love the player. Love the long-term fit. Hate the target competition with a (very good) rookie QB dealing with a mediocre play-caller. This is about the range when the WR upside falls off, but I prefer the 25th to 75th percentile outcomes of the other receivers in this range. Caleb Williams being able to produce two WR2s and a WR3 would be wildly impressive. That's what I have in these rankings. He's at 750 receiving yards and 4.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  68. Keon Coleman

  69. Kyle Pitts

  70. Zack Moss - Few were better on shotgun runs last year, something the Bengals are going to major in once again. Moss earned a $4.5M guaranteed contract this offseason, essentially the same contract they had in line for Joe Mixon who has finished 21st and 35th overall in this Bengals offense. The OL looks better in Cincy this time around, and Chase Brown is so unproven despite a maxed-out athletic chart. Almost all of his production last year came as a screen merchant. Do we think that translates to running the ball? Color me skeptical. Moss in a land slide for me. He's at 850 rushing yards and 6.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  71. Najee Harris - In laughably designed offenses with horrendous offensive line play, Harris churned out 53rd and 83rd overall finishes. There's hope that drafting starting tackles in back-to-back first rounds and adding a physical, ready-made center in the second round this year can vault the Steelers into watchable territory. Expect Harris to see plenty of volume, even if Jaylen Warren is within the Wally Pipp zone. There's likely enough work for two based on the Arthur Smith OC hiring.

  72. Joe Burrow

  73. George Kittle

  74. Jonathon Brooks - He was my RB1 in the draft class on tape, plus has the size to hold up as a bellcow. The new regime has no allegiance to Miles Sanders and Chuba Hubbard, and the mid-2nd round draft capital proves that. If Brooks is cleared for contact by July 1st like reports suggest, Brooks has the tools to be a starter in September. Carolina likely stinks again, but they did sink major free agent dollars into their offensive line before adding two starting receivers.

  75. James Conner

  76. Raheem Mostert

  77. Alvin Kamara - The vibes around the Saints (and their OL) seem awful.

  78. Diontae Johnson - He's at 825 receiving yards and 4.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  79. Jayden Reed - Most rookies as productive as Reed was go on to be fantasy studs. It's certainly within his range of outcomes, but the injury luck Reed had last year isn't sustainable. Christian Watson (9 games played) and Luke Musgrave (11) being in the lineup more will force the Packers into a deeper rotation of their personnel packages and their receiver rotation. Romeo Doubs, Dontayvion Wicks, and even Bo Melton are good enough to warrant playing time, so there's a chance Reed isn't a full-time player. He ran a route on 50% and 72% of dropbacks in the playoffs when Watson was just returning from injury. Those 8 receiving TDs were 2.4 over expected, too. Reed added 2 rushing TDs on top of that.

  80. Christian Watson

  81. Chris Godwin

  82. Jordan Addison - His expected fantasy points based on his usage dropped from 10.3 to 6.9 without and with Justin Jefferson in the lineup last year. Addison has to be a super star to be a fantasy valuable if those target numbers continue, especially because his TD rate has no shot of holding:

  83. Jaxon Smith-Njigba

  84. Jordan Love - From Week 12 through the NFL Playoffs, Love was 1st in EPA per play, 2nd in success rate, 2nd in PFF grade, 1st in completion percentage over expected, 1st in pressure to sack rate, and 4th in big time throw rate. The OL looks better on paper heading into the season, and the inexperienced pass-catcher group should be better suited early in the year.

  85. Kyler Murray

  86. Dak Prescott - He's at 4,225 passing yards in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  87. Jake Ferguson

  88. Aaron Jones

  89. DeAndre Hopkins

  90. Courtland Sutton

  91. Tyler Lockett

  92. Caleb Williams - He's at 3,550 passing yards and 23.5 passing TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  93. Jayden Daniels - He's at 3,300 passing yards and 19.5 passing TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  94. David Njoku

  95. Gus Edwards - The Bus was signed first and given more money ($3.4M guaranteed) than JK Dobbins ($50k guaranteed). Edwards is likely to be the early-down and goal-line back for the Chargers.

  96. Zamir White - The Raiders lose Josh Jacobs and replace him with Alexander Mattison ($1.9M) and 6th-rounder Dylan Laube out of New Hampshire. White is one of the biggest offseason winners, has 5-star pedigree, and the size to hold up in a way too run-heavy offense. He could see top-8 expected points at the position. There's an argument that he should be ranked even higher than this. Vegas' loss of starting linemen keep me one foot in, one foot out.

  97. Brian Robinson Jr. - The way many fantasy analysts speak on him, there may not be a more underrated back than Robinson, who finished 50th overall in a bad Commanders offense. Their OL scares me to death, as does the floor around their QB room, but the volume is solid. Austin Ekeler's $4.2M guaranteed is that of a committee member.

  98. D'Andre Swift - He's at 850 rushing yards and 7.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  99. Jaylen Warren

  100. Blake Corum - There are obvious similarities between Corum and Kyren Williams, who was 2nd overall in fantasy points over replacement just last year. Since then, the Rams have added huge investments to powerful interior offensive linemen, further signaling that the Rams will run a lot of gap concepts. Corum did just that at Michigan, sometimes seeing 25+ carries in a single game. If Williams gets injured or randomly turns ineffective, Corum has pathways to fantasy RB1 weeks. Those are hard to find this deep into drafts.

  101. Trey Benson

  102. Evan Engram - It's ineffective offense to target Engram 143 times again (6.7 YPT), and the 30-year-old had splits with and without Christian Kirk. Specifically, 7.5 targets per game versus 9.9. Because Engram is so inefficient, a decline in targets would make a big impact on his fantasy value.

  103. Brock Bowers - He set a new record for most college production among TEs when adjusted for team and age, but the landing spot is underwhelming. Coach Antonio Pierce wants to run the ball (48% neutral pass rate), new OC Luke Getsy was ran out of Chicago, and Gardner Minshew is one of the worst starting QBs out there. On top of that, the Raiders will have to figure out their young 2-TE sets with 2023 2nd-rounder Michael Mayer also in the mix. Neither are great blockers imo. Just an odd fit for his rookie season. He's at 700 receiving yards and 4.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  104. Rashee Rice

  105. Adonai Mitchell - His best reps looked elite. They just came too infrequently to be worth a 1st-round pick. Mitchell at least went to a favorable landing spot for best ball production. He should lap Alec Pierce for the vertical-only role, a position that in theory matches up well with Anthony Richardson's downfield arm. Mitchell needs to develop the rest of his game to be counted on. We'll see how he adjusts as a rookie.

  106. Jameson Williams

  107. Mike Williams

  108. Brock Purdy

  109. Romeo Doubs

  110. Curtis Samuel

  111. Ezekiel Elliott - He received $2M in guarantees with another $1M incentives. That's enough for Zeke to be an active player and direct competitor to Rico Dowdle (6'0"/216), but it's not enough signal to assume he's the clear-cut starter on May 1st. Tony Pollard finished 66th overall as the Cowboys' clear starter last year when the offense became the 3rd-most pass-heavy. Whoever is the goal-line back is the one to draft. Dowdle averaged a 47% success rate and 4.0 yards per carry last season. Zeke, 45% and 3.5 while in a short-yardage only role with the Patriots.

  112. Javonte Williams

  113. Tony Pollard - His return from a broken ankle led to a career-low 4.0 yards per carry. Pollard may not be built for a bellcow workload, and Tyjae Spears is likely too good to be kept off the field. The Titans will be far more pass-heavy with this new coaching staff and have hinted at an even rotation in the backfield. Tennessee is a work-in-progress across the offensive line and at quarterback. The ceiling in the backfield seems capped. He's at 800 rushing yards and 6.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  114. Trevor Lawrence - He's at 4,000 passing yards in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  115. Justin Herbert

  116. Jahan Dotson

  117. Jakobi Meyers

  118. Dallas Goedert

  119. Tua Tagovailoa

  120. Jared Goff

  121. Rashid Shaheed

  122. Brandin Cooks

  123. Nick Chubb - The exact details of his knee tear haven't been fully documented, but it was an eerily similar look to his first knee dislocation to the same leg. Chubb being able to return as a 29-year-old would be unprecedented. He has the rare athleticism and work ethic to give it a real shot. Let's just have realistic expectations, which include not being able to play in 2024.

  124. Devin Singletary

  125. Tyjae Spears

  126. Rico Dowdle - See 110th overall Ezekiel Elliott.

  127. Austin Ekeler

  128. Jerome Ford

  129. Jerry Jeudy - He's at 725 receiving yards and 3.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  130. Joshua Palmer

  131. Darnell Mooney - The Falcons will be in 3-WR sets on 90% of their plays this year, and Mooney was paid ($26M guaranteed over 2 years) to be their clear No. 2 receiver. He's not my favorite receiver because his size can be so debilitating, but this role has bred spike weeks out of Jordan Addison and K.J. Osborn. It's weird to be ahead of the market on a player I don't love, yet here I am.

  132. Gabe Davis

  133. Dalton Schultz

  134. T.J. Hockenson

  135. Pat Freiermuth - Steelers OC Arthur Smith has a TE fetish, one that fits Freiermuth's skillset after the catch and in the flats. Jonnu Smith made big plays in this role, and Freiermuth is entering his 4th-year when breakouts happen at tight end. There will be plenty of 2-WR set routes with TE2 Darnell Washington staying into block, so Freiermuth should see an increase in target share.

  136. Matthew Stafford

  137. Geno Smith - Seahawks about to go bombs away. He's finished 111th and 140th over the last two years and enters an even better situation this time around. Geno might have the single-best odds of beating his current ADP (180th) of any player on the board.

  138. Kirk Cousins - He's at 4,100 passing yards and 28.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  139. Ja'Lynn Polk

  140. Khalil Shakir

  141. Zach Charbonnet

  142. MarShawn Lloyd

  143. Dontayvion Wicks

  144. Xavier Legette

  145. Josh Downs

  146. Chuba Hubbard

  147. Juwan Johnson - Have you seen the target competition? Johnson already has been the 126th and 132nd overall players in the last two seasons, too, because of his random huge spike weeks.

  148. Hunter Henry

  149. Aaron Rodgers

  150. Ricky Pearsall

  151. Michael Wilson

  152. Roman Wilson

  153. Demarcus Robinson - After dodging receiver competition in the draft, it's time to fully take D-Rob seriously. He played on 86% of the Rams' playoff snaps, then secured a legit $4M guaranteed contract this offseason. Robinson can be a fantasy starter with an injury to Puka Nacua or Cooper Kupp, plus add the additional spike week like he did last year when both were healthy.

  154. Jermaine Burton - He's a top-40 overall talent with the keys to be a 3-WR set starter as a rookie, not to mention his better in best ball skillset.

  155. Tyler Allgeier

  156. Ty Chandler

  157. Ray Davis

  158. Chase Brown

  159. Kendre Miller

  160. Luke Musgrave

  161. Cole Kmet

  162. Noah Fant - It's been awhile, but Fant was a high-upside 1st-round receiving prospect before being stuck in TE committees over the last few seasons. That issue is largely gone with Will Dissly and Colby Parkinson in Los Angeles. Fant signed a $11.5M guaranteed contract to be an every-down player in a field-stretching offense. When Fant is on, he looks special. He's to his odds of being the next David Njoku like late breakout.

  163. Baker Mayfield - He's at 3,650 passing yards and 23.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  164. Will Levis

  165. Deshaun Watson

  166. J.J. McCarthy - He's at 3,150 passing yards and 20.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  167. Ben Sinnott

  168. Quentin Johnston

  169. Adam Thielen

  170. Kimani Vidal - JK Dobbins' $50k guaranteed contract is a bullish signal for Vidal.

  171. Jaylen Wright - The stylistic fit was perfect, but the lack of projected touches hurts Wright's odds of rookie production after Raheem Mostert was given more guaranteed money this offseason.

  172. Will Shipley - He's a better version of Kenny Gainwell and likely the best insurance option if something were to happen to Saquon Barkley. It was a great landing spot for his skillset.

  173. Tyrone Tracy Jr. - The tape, per-snap efficiency, and athleticism are that of a classic Day 3 breakout, and he'll have the opportunity for touches in a barren Giants backfield. Devin Singletary is supplantable by the end of the season.

  174. Jonnu Smith

  175. Tyler Conklin

  176. Colby Parkinson - $15.5M guaranteed attached to Sean McVay and Matthew Stafford. That gets you in the late-round TE target list immediately. There are some really nice reps on his Seahawk tape in my opinion.

  177. Cade Otton

  178. Isaiah Likely

  179. Malachi Corley

  180. Tyler Boyd

  181. Luke McCaffrey

  182. Khalil Herbert

  183. Antonio Gibson

  184. Darius Slayton - An $8.1M cap hit and his ability to play X receiver give him advantages over Z Jalin Hyatt and slot-only Wan'Dale Robinson. The offense has to commit Malik Nabers snaps into the slot.

  185. Rashod Bateman - Did it work in the past? No. But the Ravens are financially committed to the Bateman bit.

  186. Zay Jones

  187. Daniel Jones

  188. Bryce Young - He's at 3,200 passing yards and 18.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  189. Justin Fields

  190. Drake Maye

  191. Bo Nix - He's at 3,000 passing yards and 18.5 TDs in the Underdog Pick'em Lobby.

  192. Derek Carr

  193. Braelon Allen

  194. Elijah Mitchell

  195. Dameon Pierce

  196. Roschon Johnson

  197. Audric Estime

  198. Jaleel McLaughlin - A Sean Payton fantasy can only get you so far. McLaughlin is 187 pounds with only 2 games over 20 offensive snaps. Those are tough to overcome in half PPR, especially with Audric Estime around for Javonte Williams' insurance.

  199. Tucker Kraft

  200. Chig Okonkwo

  201. Mike Gesicki

  202. Clyde Edwards-Helaire

  203. Isaac Guerendo

  204. Keaton Mitchell

  205. Bucky Irving

  206. Tim Patrick - $7.2M guaranteed and his inside/outside versatility give him a projected snaps advantage over mini Marvin Mims, Josh Reynolds ($4.5M), and 4th-rounder Troy Franklin.

  207. Odell Beckham Jr. - We won't confuse 32-year-old Odell for his prime self, but he did at least average 1.9 yards per route run with the Ravens. Expect him to be a part-time player and insurance option in Miami.

  208. Demario Douglas

  209. Russell Wilson

  210. Wan'Dale Robinson

  211. Jalin Hyatt

  212. Josh Reynolds

  213. Rondale Moore

  214. Kendrick Bourne

  215. Theo Johnson

  216. Dawson Knox

  217. Will Dissly

  218. Javon Baker

  219. Marvin Mims Jr. - His rookie tape was concerning, but there are some available slot snaps to compete for without Jerry Jeudy now. Mims will battle Troy Franklin for play-action deep shot routes. It's likely a mid off.

  220. Troy Franklin

  221. Gardner Minshew II

  222. Miles Sanders

  223. Justice Hill

  224. J.K. Dobbins - He signed a $50,000 guaranteed contract. We've seen how this ends.

  225. Alexander Mattison

  226. Dylan Laube

  227. Keilan Robinson

  228. Evan Hull

  229. Rasheen Ali

  230. Michael Gallup

  231. Hunter Renfrow

  232. Cedric Tillman

  233. Trey Palmer

  234. DeVante Parker

  235. Elijah Moore

  236. Noah Brown

  237. A.T. Perry

  238. Jalen Tolbert

  239. Greg Dortch

  240. Zach Ertz

  241. Greg Dulcich

  242. Jelani Woods

  243. Sam Darnold

  244. Malik Washington

  245. Johnny Wilson

  246. Treylon Burks

  247. Michael Mayer

  248. Tank Bigsby

  249. AJ Dillon

  250. Samaje Perine