We highlighted 13 Fantasy Football Sleepers about a week ago. But 1 week — in August— is an eternity in NFL time. So, we’ve got 7 more sleepers that you need to know about as we enter the homestretch of draft season.
Note: Each of these guys are going in the double digit rounds of drafts, per My Fantasy League ADP.
Coleman’s progress hinges largely on the development of DeShone Kizer. So far, the duo seems to have a budding rapport.
Just check out these highlights from Week 3 of the preseason: a diving grab, a slant in traffic, a full-extension sideline grab and a beautiful back-shoulder pitch and catch. Kizer also showed a willingness to give Coleman shots to make plays deep downfield.
And why not? Beyond Kenny Britt and Duke Johnson, this unit lacks proven targets. Coleman clearly has that upside as a 5’11 speedster who averaged 17.4 yards per catch at Baylor. He showed elite explosion and burst at the Combine with a 40.5-inch vertical and a 129-inch broad jump.
Now healthy entering his 2nd pro season, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Coleman enter high-end WR3 range.