Joseph Randle looked like a potential draft steal just a couple of months ago. Even early June found him intriguing. Now? You have to really believe in the 3rd-year Cowboy to take him where he's going.
Whether you choose to track average draft position or ignore it, there's no denying that ADP will play a huge role in your fantasy football drafts. If you love a player you're getting in Round 8 in May, will he climb up your rankings as draft trends push him into Round 6 for the summer?
Fortunately, you don't need to track ADP trends. We're doing that for you with our exclusive MFL10 ADP Explorer Tool. We take the ADPs from MFL10 drafts, which are PPR-scoring, best-ball leagues. ADP will vary in different league types, but not wildly. And the MFL10 data is the most reliable we have because it’s based on real drafts with money on the line.
We'll be handing you updates on the ADP trends every month, starting with the most significant risers and fallers in June drafts:
Carson Palmer, QB, Cardinals
Early-June ADP: 160
Late-June ADP: 154
News on Palmer’s recovery from last year’s tornACL has been nothing but positive. He’s on track to be under center for Week 1. A top-15 fantasy QB in points per game the past 2 seasons, Palmer is still a strong value at his 13th-round ADP.
Marcus Mariota, QB, Titans
Early-June ADP: 185
Late-June ADP: 172
Adrian Peterson, RB, Vikings
Early-June ADP: 5
Late-June ADP: 3
Peterson was fighting with Jamaal Charles, Eddie Lacy, Antonio Brown and Rob Gronkowski for positioning behind Le’Veon Bell in early June. Now he’s challenging Bell for #1. Don’t be surprised if AP takes over that top spot by August, especially if Bell’s 3-game ban is upheld.