The 2014 NFL draft saw a remarkable amount of wide receivers, tight ends and running backs drafted in the first couple of rounds.
But fantasy football owners will be pleased to know that there was also plenty of depth at each of those three positions—something that teams took advantage of later in the draft.
Fantasy football is all about finding the best value. A lot of question marks and risk come in drafting rookies. However, there is always the potential of finding late-round or undrafted gems—if you look closely enough.
These eight players were not major stars or headlines leading up to the draft, but they could be great steals for clever fantasy owners this fall.
Here are eight rookie fantasy football sleepers primed for big first seasons in the NFL.