Asked to rank the top quarterbacks he's ever scouted, Kiper lists Lawrence fourth overall behind only John Elway, Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning. It's fantastic company and Lawrence checks all the boxes when scouting him for potential at the next level. While no prospect is ever guaranteed to be successful in the NFL, especially as a rookie, transcendent talent at the position tends to be some of the safest bets in fantasy. The question as to how to rank the Lawrence in dynasty rookie rankings is not an easy one to answer but even in single quarterback formats, he's an intriguing prospect, ultimately holding the most value to dynasty coaches with dire need at the position. To wit, Lawrence carries a wide range of value, from a high of first-overall to 21st in DLF's rookie rankings. The last quarterback to see a similar range was Andrew Luck. A high selection of Lawrence comes down to his high chance of success to that of less stellar success rates of other skill positions in dynasty rookie drafts historically.