Who do you draft for your fantasy football team with your final picks? This piece will give you those players.
When you enter a fantasy football draft, you pretty much know how the first two rounds are going to play out. And you know who the top 50 players are. But what happens after all of those guaranteed-to-be-drafted players are gone? Who do you target now?
Most fantasy football leagues use 15-man rosters, but that could change if you use two quarterbacks, a second flex or even an extra bench spot. So, with 10 or 12 team leagues, that means anywhere from 150 to 180 players are going to be drafted.
Yet, that doesn’t mean the top 180 players will be picked. Some owners like to find an aging veteran that could have one last good season or an unproven player entering a new role. That’s why fantasy sites rank past pick 200. And those are the players I’m going to mention here.
The players listed here have an average ADP of at least 200.0 based on FantasyPros’ consensus rankings. I have provided two quarterbacks, two running backs, three wide receivers, two tight ends and a defense for you to consider drafting in the later rounds.
Depending on your team’s context entering your final three or five picks, most of these players may not fit your team. But, taking a backup quarterback with the potential to start or a sleeper defense in an easy division could push you towards a championship.
Here are the 10 players to look at with ADP’s past 200.