Fantasy Football sleepers emerging just in time for your draft

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Aug 15, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (84) makes a catch for a touchdown in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

If your draft is coming up this weekend or even if you already had your draft and you’re trying to tweak your roster a bit, sleepers that emerge late in camp can sometimes represent great value since many publications may not have the latest on their situation.

There’s a few players that have had a sudden value spike in the last week or so due to injury, opportunity, or playing their way into a bigger role. Week 3 of the preseason is behind us, so the last chance to see most starters is past and just the final roster decisions remain. For the most part, we have all the data we need going into week 1 of the real season.

The players I’m going to quickly overview here aren’t ones to go after in the early or even the middle rounds of your draft. For sleepers to be sleepers they have to be value picks late in the draft.

These players have been going undrafted in many leagues, so if your draft already happened you may be able to add them from the waiver wire if you think they’ll have a breakout season.

Here are six players to consider taking in the closing rounds of your draft or grabbing off the wire as we head into week 1.

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Tags: Cleveland Browns Darrius Heyward-Bey Daryl Richardson Fantasy Football Indianapolis Colts Jordan Cameron Marlon Moore Quinton Patton San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams

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