A fantasy football sleeper can cover a wide range of players, from completely off-the-grid guys going overly late in drafts to players who possess major upside that are flying under the radar.
“Deep sleepers” are always fun to seek out, but often they’re such long shots that we can’t rely on too many of them. Therefore it is good to provide a broad spectrum when discussing sleeper targets.
The following list of players will guide you through the beginning to the end of the double-digit rounds of your fantasy football drafts. The main goal is that one or several of them beat their ADPs by a significant margin, akin to performances from Michael Pittman Jr., Jaylen Waddle, Elijah Moore, Amon-Ra St. Brown, and Cordarelle Patterson last season.