The NFL Draft is officially in the books and players have been sorted into their respective houses. It’s now time to take a look at those draftees and where they fall in the rookie rankings. As you know, this draft was especially robust in wide receiver talent, giving us dynasty leaguers a good chance to stock up on talent.
No receiver landed in a spot you would automatically consider them as the No. 1 receiver, which in some ways helps us draft without putting too much emphasis on their workload in Week 1. My No. 1 receiver coming into the draft was CeeDee Lamb and landing in Dallas, where you can feel about his future quarterback play, is a strong spot. Yes, Amari Cooper is there, but Lamb is too talented to be second fiddle for too long and Cooper’s contract lets Dallas out sooner than later if they want.
Jerry Jeudy would have been in Tier 1 if we knew Drew Lock was going to pan out, but that’s still an open question. His ability isn’t in question and he should become the No. 1 target, even with Courtland Sutton there, so I’m still on board and think Lock has a decent chance of being above average.
Justin Jefferson is a player who landed in a spot he should quickly see useful targets, as Stefon Diggs left a big hole in the Vikings offense. His ability coupled with Kirk Cousins and a strong spot in the offense, pushed him ahead of Henry Ruggs. Ruggs has a ton of talent and I think he turns out to be a high-upside player, but I’d like for him to have a better quarterback. As it is, he comes in as my fourth receiver.
Dynasty Rookie Wide Receiver Rankings
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