As we are preparing for our 2021 fantasy drafts, we are going to dive into the recent history of average draft position to pull away any ongoing trends or pitfalls. Every year, we have nearly eight full months to prepare for the draft, but just how good are we at setting the market for the season?
We kicked things off with a look at ADP for the quarterback position to open things up this week and then dove into what we could take away from running back and wide receiver ADP. Those two paired together offer a lot of insight that should change the way you approach drafting. Closing things up, we are looking into ADP history and trends for the tight end position.
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