B/R Writers' Fantasy Football Mock Draft Analysis from the 7 Spot, Rounds 13-15

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B/R Writers' Fantasy Football Mock Draft Analysis from the 7 Spot, Rounds 13-15
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The final rounds of a fantasy draft tend to the time that owners' eyes start glazing over and the phrase "Mr. Irrelevant" keeps popping up in their minds.

Don't be that guy.

The final rounds should be a time of careful scrutiny as much as the early and mid rounds. Indeed, I've had many readers tell me how one of their late-round picks became a stud.

What you're looking for in these last rounds is someone with high upside that either has an opportunity or who could shine if an opportunity arises.

For example, you could target someone like receiver Brandon LaFell. A former third-round pick by Carolina, he's entering that supposedly magical third season when receivers typically "get it", and could be quarterback Cam Newton's new favorite target this season.

If you swing and miss on such late-round picks, it's not a great loss. But by targeting guys with high potential, you have the chance of hitting a home run. And these final-round picks could be the difference between good fantasy teams and great ones.

Here are the Bleacher Report Featured Columnists who participated in this mock draft:

1. Alexander Onushco

2. Ryan Lester

3. Tim Keeney

4. Ralph Longo

5. Gary Davenport

6. James Reagan

7. Rob Tong (that's me)

8. Daniel Stack

9. Matt Madsen

10. Marco Patitucci

If you missed it, you can catch up on my analysis of Rounds 1-3, Rounds 4-6, Rounds 7-9 and Rounds 10-12.

Let's see how this mock draft wrapped up.

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