Fantasy Football: 11 Playmaking Sleepers to Target Sometime After Round 13

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Fantasy Football: 11 Playmaking Sleepers to Target Sometime After Round 13
Carolina's Brandon LaFell, the Panthers' No. 2 receiver, collected 36 catches, 56 targets, 613 yards and three touchdowns last year—or 17 yards per reception. (US PRESSWIRE)

The following slideshow touts 11 players in the fantasy realm who could be excellent super-sleepers in standard-scoring or points-per-reception drafts.

Why 11? Need you ask?

For this countdown, the term "super-sleeper" only refers to the quarterbacks, tailbacks, receivers and tight ends who currently sit 156th or lower (Round 13 or later) in Mock Draft Central's continually evolving Average Draft Position rankings.

So, before you wonder why certain under-25 assets—like rookie QBs Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III or Bucs RB Doug Martin—weren't discussed here in greater detail, simply refer to the above ADP link to gauge their high pre-draft standing.

Enjoy the show!

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