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Early 2020 Best-Ball Rankings

By Jared Smola | Updated on Tue, 23 May 2023 . 1:27 PM EDT

The 2019 NFL season is in the books … so what do we do now?

You can play XFL fantasy, where we have you covered with team previews and a weekly podcast.

Or you can start drafting for the 2020 NFL season. The FFPC has already opened best-ball drafting, with entry fees ranging from $35 to $1,250.

These super-early drafts bring a few new variables to the table: We don’t know where free agents will land; the rookie class is still sorting itself out; and there’s no reliable ADP data to look at.

But that just gives us an even bigger edge if we do our homework. I’ve considered the free-agent class, started to dig into the incoming rookies and cobbled together these overall and positional rankings for your early drafts. I’ll plan on posting updated rankings at least once a month until we release our initial 2020 projections this spring.

Note: The Top 100 Overall is based on FFPC’s 1.5 PPR for TEs. If you’re drafting in non-TE-premium league, bump the TEs down a round or 2.

Another Note: Rookies are in italics and free agents are bolded in the rankings.

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Jared Smola, Lead Analyst
Jared has been with Draft Sharks since 2007. He’s now Lead Analyst, heading up the preseason and weekly projections that fuel your Draft War Room and My Team tools. He currently ranks 1st among 133 analysts in draft rankings accuracy.
Other rankings are stale  before the 2nd round.

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