In May 2017, these names represented hope and potential. It was just the fourth time since 2000 that three wide receivers were selected in the top ten of the NFL Draft. Dynasty owners followed suit, as the trio sported rookie draft ADPs of 1.01 (Davis), 1.06 (Williams), and 1.08 (Ross) throughout the summer. In traditional startup drafts, all three pass-catchers achieved and maintained top-80 status up until week one of the regular season.
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Latest posts by Curtis Patrick (see all)
- Mount Bust-More? Historical Context for 2017’s Early First Round WRs - December 28, 2017
- The Return of Josh Gordon - December 2, 2017
- Player Value: Two Wide Receivers Who Might Never Be Cheaper - September 15, 2017