In fantasy football, it's not the early-round picks that win championships.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is supposed to rack up the yardage on the ground. Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is expected to do the same through the air. No one is stunned when New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees throws a boatload of touchdown passes.
However, when a player comes from nowhere to post big numbers and rises from the depths of the draft to become a weekly starter, those are the players that can put a fantasy squad over the top and bring home a title.
As such, every fantasy owner enters their draft on the lookout for late-round gems, the "sleepers" who can help lead their squad to fantasy glory.
Here's a look at a group of players available in the 12th round of drafts or later according to average draft position data at My Fantasy League, for whom the stage is set for big things in 2013.