Who to Target in the Best Tight End Class in Years

How does the 2017 rookie draft class compare to recent years? Are the players available at specific picks this year better or worse than the players available at those picks in other years? Should I be looking to use my 2017 rookie picks, or trade them? These are the questions that prompted me to start looking at the relative strength of this year’s draft class so I could develop a plan to attack my rookie and startup drafts. This series started by analyzing the 2017 rookie running back and quarterback classes, and now it’s time to take a look at the tight ends.  TE is a tricky position in a dynasty format as fantasy players know that rookies typically take some time to develop, and the price to acquire a young TE increases more than any other position in the early portion of their careers. Drafting the right rookies can be crucial to winning the position in the long term.


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