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The Ultimate Dynasty Guide: April Edition (2021 Fantasy Football ...

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WR – South Dakota State)Johnson
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WR – Auburn)Williams
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WR – UAB)Watkins
TE – Notre Dame)Tremble
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Davis Mills
Jermar Jefferson
Elijah Moore
Rashod Bateman
Jalen Reagor
Justin Jefferson
Brevin Jordan
Jaelon Darden
Kenneth Gainwell
Trey Lance
Pat Freiermuth
Kyle Pitts
Devonta Smith
Justin Fields
Javonte Williams
Dazz Newsome
Jake Funk
Cade Johnson
Ihmir Smith-Marsette
Dax Milne
Austin Watkins
Shi Smith
Tommy Tremble
Jonnu Smith
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Teddy B
Teddy Bridgewater
Mac Jones
Patrick Mahomes
Josh Allen
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Summary— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) April 9, 2021Running Back – Jermar Jefferson (RB – Oregon State)Jermar Jefferson has seen his NFL Draft stock take a tumble after a poor outing at his Pro Day.Reaction: Jefferson’s tape was inconsistent, but he had the chance to buoy his draft stock with a dominant showing at the Oregon State Pro Day. Unfortunately, Jefferson didn’t hit the marks that scouts would have loved to see, which puts his draft stock in serious flux now.Wide Receiver – Elijah Moore (WR – Ole Miss)Elijah Moore could potentially be in play for the No. 4 WR off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft.Reaction: If Elijah Moore is selected before Rashod Bateman, it will be the Jalen Reagor selection over Justin Jefferson all over again. Bateman has the chance to truly be a dominant WR1 for a NFL team, while Moore is unlikely to ever be the top producer on his team.Tight End – Tommy Tremble (TE – Notre Dame)Tommy Tremble could move past Brevin Jordan to be the 3rd TE taken in the 2021 NFL Draft.Reaction: With the testing numbers that Tremble put up at his Pro Day, it’s possible that a NFL team is more willing to be on Tremble and his game versus Jordan and the average athleticism. Eskridge has the potential to be drafted on day 2 of the NFL Draft and land in a great spot for fantasy football.Check out our in-depth Rookie Profile on Eskridge here >>>Jaelon Darden (WR – North Texas)Darden’s a sleeper in this 2021 NFL Draft due to the small school narrative, but don’t get caught doubting him. It might take a little bit for him to adjust to the NFL after playing at North Texas, but he has the talent to be a Dynasty rookie draft steal.Check out our in-depth Rookie Profile on Darden here >>>Kenneth Gainwell (RB – Memphis)Gainwell was a 2020 CFB opt out, so it’s been a little while since we’ve seen him on the football field. He has absolutely incredible hands in the receiving game and should be a PPR force for fantasy rosters.Check out our in-depth Rookie Profile on Gainwell here >>>Trey Lance (QB – North Dakota State)If you follow the NFL Draft at all, you most likely have heard Lance’s name by now. Only a couple of instances on tape where he was thrown the ball deep, but was able to show good tracking ability.Great top-end speed and should keep NFL defenders on their heels when he’s on the field. Fantastic speed when he’s able to get out into the open field. Decent contact balance and shows that he’s able to keep his weight and momentum in check if he’s making movements out in the open field. Overall, Funk might have to start out on special teams and work his way up a depth chart, but the overall talent is there to turn into something down the road.Cade Johnson (WR – South Dakota State)Johnson is an intriguing slot receiver in the NFL that has a tremendous ceiling. Solid hands and is able to make some grabs outside of his catch radius that surprise you for a player of his size. Solid RAC ability and is able to use his acceleration and burst to break angles in the open field. Able to track the ball well while it’s in the air, but was the victim of poor QB play. But the talent is there for him to be an impact player from the slot in the NFL.Demetric Felton (WR – UCLA)Felton’s an intriguing offensive weapon that requires some projecting for the next level. Won’t be able to pull away from defenders at the second level, but does have enough speed to be serviceable in the NFL. Should start out on Special Teams and work his way up a NFL depth chart from there.Sage Surratt (WR – Wake Forest)Surratt’s an overall solid athlete that had the size to win on the outside in college. It’s been a while since we’ve seen him on the field due to opting out in 2020, but he certainly has the talent to make an impact in the NFL.Seth Williams (WR – Auburn)Williams is a long and lean receiver that has the frame to win on the outside. He has good snap in his hips and is able to quickly work his way back to the QB. Able to make some highlight reel grabs deep downfield by putting his big frame in the best position to make a play.Good speed when he’s in open space. For teams that are looking for a big-framed WR that can win on the outside, but can afford to be a bit patient with him, Williams is a solid Day 3 bet.Ihmir Smith-Marsette (WR – Iowa)Smith-Marsette is a smooth athlete that has the potential to carve out a role for himself in the NFL sooner than later. He’s not the most diverse route-runner, but he has a solid understanding of how to create separation within his routes and has good snap in his hips. Has the potential to make an impact at the next level if he gets an opportunity.Dax Milne (WR – BYU)Milne’s an intriguing developmental WR that certainly has a future as a solid depth piece on a NFL roster. Overall, has the potential to stick around in the NFL for a long time, but might never be given a true starting opportunity with a team.Austin Watkins (WR – UAB)Watkins is a strong and big WR prospect that shows some potential on tape. Could be profiled as a developmental field stretching receiver at the next level if the testing numbers check out.Shi Smith (WR – South Carolina)Smith is a smaller slot receiver in the NFL that has the potential to be an impact depth piece on a depth chart. Is able to take shots over the middle of the field and get right back up, but has plenty of drops on tape in situations where a NFL slot receiver needs to bring in that reception. Has good speed to be able to be a factor after the catch if he’s schemed open and already has momentum, but won’t be able to make much happen on his own. Good speed and should be able to be a threat for a team that doesn’t need to ask its slot WR to create much on their own, but that can create separation on drags, outs, deep overs, etc. For example, Trey Lance wasn’t even viewed as a QB prospect by recruiters coming out of high school, so he had to go play at the FCS level and now he’s in consideration for a top-5 pick in the NFL Draft this year.

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