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Five Rookies Who Will See Their ADP Drop Next Year

Are their some rookies bound to have slow starts to their careers? John Di Bari urges you to hold or buy-low heading into next season.

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Are their some rookies bound to have slow starts to their careers? John Di Bari urges you to hold or buy-low heading into next season.

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Five Rookies Who Will See Their ADP Drop Next Year
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R Wathen
10 months ago

Great info!

John Seger
10 months ago

Great read!

Especially in reference to JK but could apply to all these guys, I think their overall drafting spot as already accounting for the probability that they won’t return as much as other guys in year 1. If JK landed in a more opportune spot, he’d be in the #1 overall conversation, instead 3-6.

That said, I’m bored out of my mind these days so when it comes to football news, I’m pretty much all caught up. Though I assume I can[t be the only one. 🙂

Thanks for the good work!

John

Chris Alkhoury
10 months ago

How about an article looking at last year’s picks that are likely currently undervalued? Feel like Dynasty Analysts are always ranking these guys absurdly high after the rookie draft, but after just one season they tumble unless they really impress… look at Parris Campbell’s ADP from last year around this time and now for example. Is he really a bust or are we all just on to the next shiny object?

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