In our last piece, we looked at late round prospects that are still under the radar, but may be poised for breakout seasons. But the bottom of the draft is not the only place to find a great deal.
Getting a player with third round value in the fourth or fifth round is a coup in itself. (It’s the little things, isn’t it?)
Every season, we under or overvalue players in the offseason; it’s the nature of the beast. Whether it is personnel changes around them, scheme changes, or injury concerns, something jumps out and makes us either love or hate a player before the season even begins.
Over the next two weeks, I will take a look at a few players at each position who I believe are undervalued and overvalued, based on their Average Draft Position (ADP).
Note that just because I think someone is overrated, doesn’t mean I don’t think they will perform this season. I just think the cost of drafting them is too high. Likewise, if someone is underrated, it doesn’t mean they will be the top fantasy scorer at their position, just that they will outperform their draft position.
Let us begin with the quarterbacks…