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I am drafting in a Dynasty League 16 teams. I have run some mock drafts and usually the last 5 picks are bottom of the barrell. I would like to draft somewhat unknown players who will not start or are not projected to make an impact this year, however, will do so next year. Any where I may find this info?

 

ffchamp1

Footballguy
I am drafting in a Dynasty League 16 teams. I have run some mock drafts and usually the last 5 picks are bottom of the barrell. I would like to draft somewhat unknown players who will not start or are not projected to make an impact this year, however, will do so next year. Any where I may find this info?
Tyjuan Hagler MLB ColtsRobert McCune MLB WASH

Albert Fincher MLB NO

Ryan Claridge MLB NE

Boomer Grigsby MLV KC

Here is a start

Tom

 

redman

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There are a lot of LB's to add to this list:MorrisonCrowder (will get PT but will split time this year)FincherRuud (may start this year)

 

ffchamp1

Footballguy
There are a lot of LB's to add to this list:

Morrison

Crowder (will get PT but will split time this year)

Fincher

Ruud (may start this year)
Yeah, I agree. However I think he was looking for late round steals and guys like Mitchell etc have been getting to much ink.Tom

 

Bloom

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hopefully this will give you some ideas among the rookie class

a few guys from the list that dont have the mitchell like hype:

robert mccune, WAS - long term MLB is wide open in washington. i think he has trotter-upside.

jordan beck, ATL - long term MLB/WLB is blocked by hartwell and brooking, but i think beck has one of those spots in 2-3 years.

michael boley, ATL - same as beck, but only a WLB.

leroy hill, SEA - quietly playing well and getting reps at #1 WLB for seattle with DD lewis hurt again before tweaking his knee.

sean considine, PHI - set up to be the heir to dawkins

goo wallace, PIT - #1 backup ILB for pittsburgh, and will get every shot to beat out foote eventually.

alfred fincher, NO - stuck behind watson for now and still has work to do before he can be a first teamer, but like mccune, projects well as a tough SOB of a MLB.

brodney pool, CLE - stuck at 4 on the safety depth chart, but should be starting in 2 years at latest. projects to be a "QB of the defense" kind of safety.

 
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