The NFL preseason is in full swing, meaning fantasy football drafts are just around the corner. While owners are paying attention to the top players in the draft, there's plenty of value in the later rounds.
In fantasy football, successful drafting is all about finding value. If you can get Aaron Rodgers in the first round, you take him, but if he's gone, you don't just settle for Eli Manning. The key to a successful season is finding those sleepers late in the draft.
Some players in the list are more well-known than others, but they are all undervalued at their current rankings.