2024 Fantasy Football Sleepers

Kendre Miller

2024 Fantasy Football Sleepers (May 22):

This is a list of my favorite 2024 fantasy football sleepers – underrated players who are going way later than they should (ADP 100 overall or lower.) The Average Draft Position (ADP) is found on FantasyPros.com.

The sleepers from 2022 were a hit with George Pickens, Dameon Pierce, Christian Kirk, and Jerick McKinnon. Last year, we had Tank Dell as the No. 2 sleeper. Also on this page were Rashee Rice, Tyjae Spears, and Kendrick Bourne.

Kendre Miller Kendre Miller, RB, Saints. ADP: 12.08.

Kendre Miller has an easy path to a workload this upcoming season. All he needs is for Alvin Kamara to get injured, which is something that occurs often. Miller had a nice performnace at the end of 2023, indicating that he can produce well if given the chance. I like that the Saints drafted Taliese Fuaga at No. 14 as well.

J.K. Dobbins J.K. Dobbins, RB, Chargers. ADP: 13.25.

Sign me up for J.K. Dobbins in the 13th round. I warned to avoid Dobbins last season because he was coming off a torn ACL, but he’s now two seasons removed from that injury. I still don’t really trust Dobbins all that much, but he has a ton of upside as a late-round fantasy pick.

Ty Chandler Ty Chandler, RB, Vikings. ADP: 14.05.

The Vikings signed Aaron Jones, but given Jones’ injury history, it’s fair to expect that he’ll miss extensive action in 2024. Once that happens, Chandler will be a viable flex option at the very least. Chandler looked promising in some late-season starts this past year.

Rico Dowdle Rico Dowdle, RB, Cowboys. ADP: 15.09.

I can’t believe this is Rico Dowdle’s ADP. We’ll see how long this lasts, but Dowdle is Dallas’ starting running back. I know the Cowboys signed Ezekiel Elliott, but he’s washed up and will serve behind Dowdle.

Khalil Shakir Khalil Shakir, WR, Bills. ADP: 11.05.

Khalil Shakir had two 100-yard performances last year, and that was with Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis on the team. Sure, the Bills signed Curtis Samuel and then drafted Keon Coleman, but what if Coleman is a bust? Josh Allen will have to lean heavily on Shakir, whose production should rise regardless.

Jahan Dotson Jahan Dotson, WR, Redskins. ADP: 13.12.

I liked Jahan Dotson last year, but was wrong about him. Dotson was a huge disappointment in his second season after shining at times as a rookie. However, Dotson was paired with some poor quarterbacking, so there’s a chance Jayden Daniels gets the most out of him. He’s worth a shot at the end of the 13th round.

Josh Palmer Josh Palmer, WR, Chargers. ADP: 14.01.

This ADP has to be a mistake. How in the world is Justin Herbert’s No. 1 receiver going in the 14th round? Palmer played eight games last year after Mike Williams got hurt, and he eclipsed 60 receiving yards in five of them. Now, Keenan Allen is gone, too! Palmer could be in for a big year.

Roman Wilson Roman Wilson, WR, Steelers. ADP: 16.12.

I’m generally not a big fan of listing rookies on the sleepers page before training camp begins because their ADP is often too high because of the hype. This is not the case for Roman Wilson, however. The Steelers don’t have much at receiver, so Wilson should see playing time immediately. Also, Pittsburgh has an immaculate track record of finding talented receivers on the second day of the draft, so perhaps Wilson will be the next one.

Quentin Johnston Quentin Johnston, WR, Chargers. ADP: 13.04.

Quentin Johnston had an abysmal rookie campaign, as he was outplayed by every Chargers receiver on the roster – even the practice squad scrubs who saw action late in the year. Johnston could just be a terrible bust, but I’m willing to give him a second chance in the final four rounds. It wouldn’t be the first time a first-round pick struggled mightily as a rookie and then blossomed the following season. There’s high upside with Johnston as long as Justin Herbert is the quarterback.

Ray Davis Ray Davis, RB, Bills. ADP: Undrafted.

Ray Davis is a James Cook injury away from being a starting running back in one of the NFL’s most explosive offenses. He should get some of the workload even when Cook is healthy.

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