You want some deep sleepers at the running back position for your fantasy football draft?
Well, my friends, you've come to the right place.
Before we start, I only considered those backs that were being taken in the 10th round or later in 10-team leagues. So keep that in mind.
From rookies who never saw the field in 2011 to an incumbent starter who is being selected remarkably low, I've identified five backs you must target as your draft winds to a close. They might not blow up, but if they do, you'll regret not having them.
And if any backs blow up at the end of the draft, these guys will. To the projections!
(Note: All average draft positions are from ESPN snake-draft results.)