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Fantasy Football Draft Values: Zamir White, Jonathon Brooks, Curtis Samuel (2024)

With fantasy football best ball contests being released thick and fast it can pay to zoom out and consider where the best values are in each round. Which players do we want to aggressively pursue before fantasy football average draft position (ADP) shifts as draft rooms get busier over the summer? Which players have fantasy football managers been overlooking? These are the best fantasy football draft values in each round based on current Underdog Fantasy ADP. Below we dive into a few notable fantasy football draft values.

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Round 7 – Zamir White (RB – LV)

When Josh Jacobs got struck by a case of ‘you haven’t paid me so this injury is bad enough to opt out of playing’ late in 2023, it opened up a window for Zamir White, who averaged 95.0 rushing yards per game over that stretch, the fourth-most among RBs. His 1.7% TD rate, however, was the second-lowest among running backs to score a touchdown. White saw 19.7 rush attempts per game in those three weeks, but he only reached 15 PPR points in two games, finishing as the RB12, RB16 and RB16. If White can find his way into the end zone more often, he could be a league-winner.


Round 8 – Jonathon Brooks (RB – CAR)

When we draft rookies in best ball we’re hoping for them to turn into reliable options by the end of the season. We can build around them for the early stages of the year by taking veterans who lose touches and are supplanted by emerging rookies. Jonathon Brooks might emerge much sooner than that with only Miles Sanders and Chuba Hubbard as competition. Either way, by the end of the season, when it counts the most, we should see the explosive runner with elite vision we saw at Texas.

Round 9 – Curtis Samuel (WR – BUF)

The Bills reunited Curtis Samuel with Joe Brady. Together in Carolina, Samuel had 97 targets, 77 receptions and 851 yards. In his seven-year career, Samuel has played 52.1% of his snaps in the slot and 45.0% out wide. He’s a versatile WR who can win in multiple roles and create separation. The Bills are building a different type of offense and I wouldn’t be surprised if Samuel is a big part of that in 2024 and could potentially lead all receivers in production.

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