Every fantasy league has them: that jewel buried in the muck of mediocrity just waiting to be pounced on and used to the detriment of whoever you happen to be playing, be it friend or enemy.
Some players, of course, shoot out of nowhere; they become owned throughout the fantasy world, but eventually dropped as they go back to their old ways.
But there are some out there who remain consistent (if not dominant) in a lot of categories that, for whatever reason, are ignored because they don't have a big name, a good team or any word of mouth.
Here are 10 wonders of the fantasy world who remain absent from 90 percent (or more) of fantasy rosters* but can help your squad in one or more areas.
Now before anyone gets all crazy, I'm not saying these guys will SAVE your season or something. But if you're lacking a few categories, this might be some nice, cheap and ignored finds.
*Note: I am basing the ownership numbers in this article on ESPN's fantasy league numbers. One, it's the only active league I'm in right now so the numbers are easily accessible and two, the people playing ESPN rank close to the six digit area so I figured it was a good example of trends with lots of fantasy players and owners.