Planning to go after David Johnson in Round 1? You might want to check out his bye week.
Johnson owns more career catches than any WR in this draft class. But his subpar athleticism and underwhelming tape leave his NFL prospects cloudy.
Higdon grew into Michigan's lead rushing role. But does he need to add something to his game to survive in the NFL?
Wesley ranked 3rd in the nation in receiving yards last year. Is he ready to help your fantasy squad in 2019 and beyond?
Jones' path to the NFL Draft was certainly unique. But does he have a QB1 outlook in the pros?
Less than 1 year as a starter leaves Williams short on experience, but could he be a future starter on the rise?
Damien Harris isn't the Alabama RB folks are talking about. But he could help your fantasy football team with the right opportunity.
The 2019 NFL Draft RB class pales in comparison to the past 2 years. But there will still be fantasy factors coming out of it. We'll reveal our early Top 10s, the league's best destinations and some potential sleepers.
Undersized but super productive at Wake Forest, Dortch is a name to keep in mind late in dynasty rookie drafts.
You probably know that this TE class is loaded. Just don't lose sight of Sternberger.
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