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Super Sleepers

Super Sleeper: A high risk/potential player who is mostly unknown by many fantasy football players. These players have lots of upside and could surprise with their fantasy output.

We have classified the following players as super sleepers for 2017. We will be updating this list throughout the pre-season.

Name Pos Team Age Yrs
Pos. Rank
Brandon Coleman Contract Year Player WR NO 25 3 WR - #75
UPDATE: Snead has been suspended the first 3 games of the season for violating the substance abuse policy. We've been increasing Ted Ginn's ranking the last month anyway, but this just cements his value as a bonafide WR3. Snead on the other hand, drops to WR4 draft status, but once he's back, expect him to step right back into his WR2 role on the Saints. Sneaky ale... Read More
Josh Doctson WR WAS 24 1 WR - #57
With an injury, Doctson could set the fantasy world on fire. He's currently going at the end of the 10th round (pick 120). Over his last two seasons at TCU, Doctson caught 143 passes for 2344 yards and 15 TDs. His best season came in his senior year when he caught 78 balls for 1326 yards and 14 TDs over ten games. Josh did miss three games in 2015 due to a wrist in... Read More
Kenny Golladay WR DET 24 R WR - #74
He has flashed well so far this pre-season and many high stakes drafters have taken notice. Over two seasons at Northern Illinois, he caught 160 passes for 2,285 yards with 18 TDs. He'll instantly gives Stafford a scoring threat in the red zone. Until he improves his route running, Golladay will work as a deep threat on the outside while adding value on slan... Read More
Zay Jones WR BUF 22 R WR - #49
Over four seasons at East Carolina, Jones caught 399 passes for 4279 yards and 23 TDs highlighted by his senior year (158/1746/8). He did most of his damage close to the line of scrimmage, which led to short yards per catch (10.7). His hands grade well, but they will be challenged by tighter coverage in the NFL. His game may work better early in his career vs. zone... Read More
Cooper Kupp WR LAR 24 R WR - #67
Kupp could end up the #1 passing target on this team. He has been impressive in the preseason. He went pick 105 in the most recent draft.(Updated 8/22/2017) Based on his college resume (428/6464/73), Kupp looks like a star of stars. His game comes with exceptional route running with plus short area quickness, hands, and ball fakes. Cooper doesn't h... Read More
Malcolm Mitchell WR NE 24 1 WR - #60
To win in Fantasy sports, a Fantasy owner sometimes needs to think outside the box. I had Rob Gronkowski on one team in the high-stakes market. He suffered an injury in Week 10 against the Seahawks leading to him not playing the following week in San Fran. My partner on the team asked, but failed to press for Mitchell that week. He would have a natural replacement ... Read More
J.J. Nelson WR ARI 25 2 WR - #59
Twice in 2016, Nelson flashed upside. He caught eight of 12 targets in Week 8 vs. the Panthers for 79 yards and two TDs. In Week 16, he had three catches for 132 yards and a TD on seven targets. The Cardinals gave him double-digit targets in Week 15 (11) and Week 17 (12). Over the last 10 games of the season, he had 30 catches for 517 yards and six TDs on 68 target... Read More
John Ross WR CIN   R WR - #64
Ross missed the entire 2015 season with a torn left ACL. This came after low production in his freshman (16/208/1) and sophomore (17/371/4) seasons while showcasing some value as a runner (12/93/1). In his red-shirt junior year, John offered a nice combination of short area production and home run ability. He finished with 81 catches for 1,150 yards and 17 receivin... Read More

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