Hey Fantasy Chef....
Yes it does. I provide a pre-draft that comes out April 1 and with that purchase, you get my post-draft rankings. The post draft also includes mock draft info, rankings based on NFL Draft selection, and rankings across all positions in a cheat sheet form with tiers. The post draft is free with purchase of the pre-draft. The post-draft is published a week after the NFL Draft.
Here's how I explain the difference between pre-draft and post draft rankings and why I do two sets:
The Difference Between Pre-Draft And Post-Draft Rankings
In most cases, I prefer the pre-draft rankings. They may lack the context of the NFL Draft, but they are the most pure assessment of talent I provide.
A player I rank in my top-12 at a position can go undrafted, earn limited reps at the rear of the depth chart, get cut, and bounce around the league for two years before he lands on a team that recognizes his talent and gives him a real shot. The player I just described is Lions running back Joique Bell.
The Pre-Draft RSP rankings do not account for character or projected round. The NFL Draft is as much an exercise of risk management and investing as it is talent assessment.
The pre-draft rankings are free of those biases. It makes this publication a worthwhile reference in future seasons for players who find new homes, better scheme fits, and gain maturity that teams worried might never come.
As much as I favor the pre-draft process, post-draft rankings provide the clearest picture of the way teams see these players and the immediate opportunities they will earn. The post-draft rankings will account for the largest percentage of prospects and how their careers will play out.
However, the pre-draft rankings provides a safety net when the NFL over or underestimate talent and fit. Not only does this happen more than one may realize, but it also gives the reader to capitalize on these exceptional cases.
Conventionality may prevent colossal failure, but exceptionality is the key to massive success. The rankings and information in each publication is designed to account for both dynamics as they unfold in football.