As you prepare for your fantasy football draft, it’s important to have a sense of rankings and where players are being drafted. Of course, this will change league-to-league, but you can usually get a sense of where a player is likely to go in your draft with a little fantasy football research. To really zero in on a player’s average draft position (ADP), you can use our consensus ADP. This, combined with our Expert Consensus Ranking, will allow you to get a sense of players that are drafted earlier or later in general drafts versus where the experts would recommend you targeting them.
For example, if you have a player with an ADP of No. 12 overall, but our consensus of experts view them as a top-five player, that’s probably someone you want to consider targeting in the back-end of the first round. On the flip side, if a player has an average draft position of No. 5 overall but our experts view the player as outside of the top-10 overall in their rankings, you’re likely better off allowing one of your league mates to make that draft pick.
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Fantasy Football Players the Experts Avoid Drafting
Using updated rankings from our most accurate fantasy football experts (based on 2022 fantasy football draft accuracy), here are players the experts have ranked well below their current ADP.
|ADP||PLAYER NAME||TEAM||POSITION||BYE WEEK||EXPERT RANK||ECR VS. ADP|
|41||Kenneth Walker III||SEA||RB20||5||46||-5|
|108||Odell Beckham Jr.||BAL||WR54||13||123||-15|