Isaiah Ford was drafted in the seventh round, 237th overall by the Miami Dolphins. He joins a crowded Dolphins WR group and now faces a long, unlikely road to fantasy relevance.
Trent Taylor was drafted 177th overall to a San Francisco 49ers team that lacks any real distinction at the WR position after Pierre Garcon.
Chad Williams was drafted 98th overall by the Arizona Cardinals. From a redraft perspective, our opportunity scores suggest he’s gone to a neutral situation.
Shelton Gibson was drafted 166th overall by the Philadelphia Eagles. He joins what has quickly become one of the more crowded receiver groups in the NFL.
Dede Westbrook was drafted 110th overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He will compete with Allen Hurns to be the Jaguars outside wide receiver opposite Allen Robinson.
Josh Malone was drafted 128th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. He should be excellent depth for a team whose skill players are now among the best in the league.
Cooper Kupp was drafted 69th overall by the Los Angeles Rams in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. An uber-productive collegiate receiver, Kupp arrives on a Rams offense that has few veteran options at wide receiver on their current roster.
Chris Godwin was drafted 84th overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. From a fantasy perspective, our opportunity scores suggest he’s gone to a neutral situation in terms of immediate opportunity. However, that opportunity score doesn’t take Bucs pick O.J. Howard into consideration.
Amara Darboh was drafted 106th overall by the Seattle Seahawks. Darboh’s immediate opportunity isn’t clear. Despite Kevin Cole’s opportunity scores showing Seattle as the seventh most desirable landing spot for wide receivers, Charles Kleinheksel’s air yards available metric shows Seattle is only the 18th most desirable landing spot. Before we
Kenny Golladay was drafted 96th overall by the Detroit Lions. He will have a shot to be the team’s third receiver right away and could even push Marvin Jones and Golden Tate for playing time if he pans out.