Sleepers, buys, values…whatever word from the fantasy lexicon you prefer to use for players you find to be underpriced, we are here to help identify those targets for your fantasy drafts. 

To find those players we are not just going to simply craft a list based solely on subjective opinion, but to take our top-200 rankings in PPR formats from the 2020 Draft Central Hub and compare them to a top-300 player rankings list compiled from ADP from Yahoo, ESPN, CBS, NFL.com, MyFantasyLeague, and Fantrax leagues. That list covers all of the basic scoring formats in creating our master list. Then we are taking that master draft position and comparing it to our overall rankings to spot the biggest gaps in perceived value from our end compared to that average ADP.

As usual, all leagues are different and every draft room will be unique. Using anything ADP related provides no guarantees that things will play out that way in your specific draft. 

But the goal here is to spot the players we value higher than the general public. With that, you can not only circle which players you prefer to target from that group, but at the same time provide the context for when you may have to be ahead of the curve and select those players. If we are 15 picks higher than the average for a player, you then have the knowledge of knowing when is the latest possible point of your draft to fly against the sun in squeezing the most potential value out of that draft pick or when you may have to jump in front of the line.

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