6 Sleepers To Aim For Your Dynasty 2022 Debut Compilations (2023)

Sleepers to Target in 2022 Dynasty Rookie Drafts

Keaontay Ingram, RB, USC

When it comes to the sleeper, you really need to assess perspective quite differently. Most of the time, there will be a litany of reasons why you will fail, but focusing on how and why you will fail will make all the difference. Keaontay Ingram was Devy's favorite freshman at Texas for two seasons of encouraging production. Ingram started his sophomore season only to be demoted by Bijan Robinson, which isn't a knock on Ingram. Ingram has never been as gifted or talented as Robinson, instead Ingram is in his senior year at USC and has picked for over 1,100 yards and 22 receptions.

So, Ingram has proven to be productive when given the opportunity, but the focus of the sale is Ingram's athleticism. Ingram posted a 105th percentile speed score, a 57th percentile series score, adding a 220-pound, 6-foot-tall frame. Ingram's path to relevance is that he has posted productive seasons, he has the size of a workhorse and the speed required. They have plenty of runners you can throw darts at, but Ingram is the right match for me, which I prioritize as one of my main feeders.

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Jashaun Corbin, RB, Stan Floryda

One player who doesn't get enough attention in this class is Florida State Jashaun Corbin. At this year's NFL Combine, he stood at 5'11", 202 pounds. He is a former top-20 recruit who earned All-SEC honors at Texas A&M as a freshman for his special-teams work. Last season, led the ACC in yards per gain with a 6.20-yard average Also tied the high school single-season record for two touchdown rushes for 75 yards in a single season Has a career total of 60 receptions for over 300 yards, as well as 25 receptions in 2021 for the Seminoles. Helping show us that he can be a weapon in the passing game as well. I expect Corbin to drop to a later round in the draft, but I think his versatility will make him a solid role.

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Pierre Strong, RB, Dakota del Sur

The NFL is a league of copycats and life is a matter of time. Fortunately for Pierre Strong Jr. his timing couldn't have been better for his entry into the NFL. The teams will watch the 49ers get Elijah Mitchell in the sixth inning and tell each other that Strong could be the next Mitchell.

When Elijah Mitchell was selected in the sixth round, many people felt he was a better fit for Shanahan's offense than his third-round pick, Trey Sermon. Kazan has been battling injuries, and before you knew it, Elijah Mitchell was pounding NFL defenses with his quick zonal jumps and his elite speed.

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Pierre Strong is just about the perfect partner for Mitchell. Strong is slightly bigger at 5'11 and 205 pounds, while Mitchell was listed at 5'10 and 200 pounds and both can fly. Both defenders were running under 4.4 forty at the combine. Both Strong and Mitchell also played NCAA high schools in South Dakota for Pierre and the University of Louisiana for Elijah.

I want to take Strong in the early round 3 rookie dynasty draft, after 40 he can start climbing the rookie tables. If his leaguemates don't know about Pierre Strong's talents, it's possible he could land a RB study for a low-cost pick in Round 3 of 2022.

Teams that watched Mitchell last year will see similar traits in Strong, and he could beat draft capital Elijah Mitchell in the sixth round by a round or two, so Strong might not sleep for long. Just remember the name Pierre Strong for your dynasty novices, keep it in your back pocket. Strong may be called up to the next NFL Day 3 to run from behind for his Dynasty team.

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Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama

Jalen Tolbert enters the NFL Draft after passing for 1,000 consecutive yards and eight touchdown seasons at South Alabama. Tolbert is the first receiver in South Alabama history to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in a season, and he has done it twice. He topped 100 receiving yards in seven games in 2021, including seven receptions for 143 yards and a touchdown against Tennessee. tolbertotriedwell in the combine and is a good size at over six feet tall. He has a lot of playability and should be off the grid come Day 2 or early Day 3. Keep an eye on where Tolbert lands in April.

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Wan'Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky

Wan'Dale Robinson matches many before him, including De'Anthony Thomas, Tarik Cohen and Tavon Austin. All of these players were absolutely electric in college, but concerns about size overshadowed their projections as professionals.

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If you're rejecting Wan'Dale because of his combination of height and weight, I get it. This kind of experimentation has been uninspiring in the past. But I think this timecouldbe different.

  • The NFL is moving more than ever in the direction of "get this guy up in space and let him go to work." Then your landing spot will be crucial. His 1 season at Kentucky showed that compared to his 2 years at Nebraska.
    • Total 1,494 yards (914 regular and 580 operational) from 7 tank destroyers at Nebraska. Total 1,445 yards (1,334 regular and 111 operational) from 7 tank destroyers in Kentucky.
  • He mostly switched to WR at Kentucky and showed he could handle it. 100+ SEC admissions are no joke.
→Wan'Dale Robinson's Player Page

Starting with how he wins and what his role is. It will be a WR car with perfectly safe possibilities for movement, jet sweep and potentially true RB driving. He really excels in short runs: quick putouts, screens, curls when he gets a big pillow (see vs LOU). He's great with the ball in his hands and absolutely doesn't let his #YAC game get lost. He has many records that show he can also gain depth with deep cross/top routes, and can compete against pressures on go/fades routes (see MIZZ vs. IOWA vs.). Despite his size, he is tough. He took a few shots of the hospital ball and fell behind, but persevered to finish those games.

The areas it struggles with relate to its size. He doesn't win contestable catches thanks to his 5'7" wingspan (wow), and on the rare occasions he's come out against the press, he's hit or miss with his flurry of shots. His hands aren't strength. I've only seen a drop in games I've seen but most of the time he hits with the body.Also he had a tendency to fish deep with no contact to secure a catch when he should have stayed on his feet.While he handles the ball well in his hands, hands on him slow him down at best and possibly knock him out.

His ideal landing spot is a creative quarterback who struggled to get drafted later on the second day (like Amari Rodgers). This team will have a vacancy and need a low ADOT player. Santos could be a potential candidate. They need help with WR and team speed. Also, given the legal trouble Kamara is facing, Wan'Dale can be insurance with his RB experience while at Nebraska. He thinks he's absolutely someone to target, as he finishes in the second round of the PPR Rookie Scoring Dynasty draft as he enters his season at age 21. But if you think you're buying Diet Deebo or Tyreek Lite, you're letting yourself down.

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Kevin Harris, RB, South Carolina

Kevin Harris had an extremely productive sophomore season prior to offseason back surgery. He has shown that he can be a workhorse that dominates between attacks and at close range. He averaged nearly two yards per team play and was responsible for 55.1 percent of his team's offensive touchdowns. Harris is a perfect height 5-10, 221 pounds with an 89th percentile explosion (PlayerProfiler.com) and a vision to find open belts. While his passing game needs some work, Harris projects as a two-shot bruise at a higher level. He's big and powerful, and he's got enough juice to crash parties from time to time.

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6 Sleepers To Aim For Your Dynasty 2022 Debut Compilations (4)
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What is the ideal dynasty starting lineup? ›

In dynasty leagues, deeper starting lineups are even more important. My ideal starting lineup would be 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, and 4 Flex. No kicker or defense.

Who should I draft dynasty 2022? ›

Dynasty Mock Draft
  • Jonathan Taylor, RB, Indianapolis Colts.
  • Justin Jefferson, WR, Minnesota Vikings.
  • Ja'Marr Chase, WR, Cincinnati Bengals.
  • Najee Harris, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • D'Andre Swift, RB, Detroit Lions.
  • Cooper Kupp, WR, Los Angeles Rams.
  • Kyle Pitts, TE, Atlanta Falcons.
  • Javonte Williams, RB, Denver Broncos.

Who are the sleeper rookies in dynasty? ›

Dynasty Rookie Sleepers 2023: Fantasy Targets Include DeWayne McBride, Michael Wilson, Zach Evans, and Others. As we move past the NFL Draft, DeWayne McBride and Michael Wilson are a few names you'll find for potential 2023 dynasty rookie sleepers as draft-day values.

What is the best draft strategy for dynasty fantasy football? ›

Best Dynasty Fantasy Football League Draft Strategy for 2023
  1. Primary Goal: Never Rebuild. Draft for early success you can sustain. ...
  2. Tailor Your Strategy by Position. The career arcs look very different by position. ...
  3. Be Bold on the Trade Market. Keep overall strategy in mind, but look for opportunities and strike.
May 24, 2023

Who should I take in my dynasty draft? ›

  • Jalin Hyatt, WR, New York Giants. ...
  • Zach Charbonnet, RB, Seattle Seahawks. ...
  • Sam LaPorta, TE, Detroit Lions. ...
  • Dalton Kincaid, TE, Buffalo Bills. ...
  • Rashee Rice, WR, Kansas City Chiefs. ...
  • Chase Brown, RB, Cincinnati Bengals. ...
  • Jayden Reed, WR, Green Bay Packers. ...
  • Devon Achane, RB, Miami Dolphins.
May 2, 2023

What position should you draft first in a dynasty league? ›

In the initial startup draft, now more than ever, your focus should be on wide receivers. Not only are shelf lives of running back shorter than wide receivers, but the bulk of RB1 seasons come from backs in their first four years in the league. If you're punting Year 1, you're already giving up 25% of that window.

Who is the #1 dynasty pick 2022? ›

Hall remains the 1.01 in 2022 dynasty rookie rankings.

Should I draft a QB first in dynasty? ›

You'll always want to start a quarterback in the superflex spot because QBs generally score more points than RBs, WRs and TEs. Dynasty managers in superflex leagues are preoccupied with the QB position — they have to be.

Who should I keep in dynasty? ›

Top Dynasty Superflex Rankings
  • Patrick Mahomes II, QB | Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Josh Allen, QB | Buffalo Bills.
  • Jalen Hurts, QB | Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Joe Burrow, QB | Cincinnati Bengals.
  • Justin Jefferson, WR | Minnesota Vikings.
  • Justin Herbert, QB | Los Angeles Chargers.
Jun 10, 2023

Who are the sleepers in dynasty 2023? ›

Dynasty Rookie Sleepers: Running Backs
  • Zach Evans, RB LAR. ...
  • Eric Gray, RB NYG. ...
  • Sean Tucker, RB TB. ...
  • DeWayne McBride, RB MIN. ...
  • Deuce Vaughn, RB DAL. ...
  • Kenny McIntosh, RB SEA. ...
  • Chris Rodriguez, RB WAS. ...
  • 2023 NFL Draft Rookie Sleeper Resources.
May 31, 2023

Can you do dynasty on Sleeper? ›

Get Started On Sleeper

You can create a brand new dynasty league or convert an existing Sleeper league to dynasty mode. You can always go to your league settings and change your league type from Redraft or Keeper to Dynasty.

What is a taxi player in dynasty? ›

In fact, your dynasty league may have been using taxi squads for years without even realizing it had a formal name. A taxi squad is a set number of players on your roster who do not count toward your overall roster limit. It's tantamount to minor league spots in a baseball dynasty league.

What rookies to draft for dynasty fantasy football? ›

  • RB Bijan Robinson, Atlanta Falcons (RB1, Round 1-Pick 8) ...
  • RB Jahmyr Gibbs, Detroit Lions (RB2, 1-12) ...
  • WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Seattle Seahawks (WR1, 1-20) ...
  • WR Jordan Addison, Minnesota Vikings (WR2, 1-23) ...
  • WR Quentin Johnston, Los Angeles Chargers (WR3, 1-21) ...
  • RB Zach Charbonnet, Seattle Seahawks (RB3, 2-52)
May 2, 2023

When should you draft a defense in Dynasty fantasy football? ›

First and foremost: Don't worry about defense until the back half of the draft. Filling out your QB/RBs/WRs/TE spots, and depth for those positions is much more important than having the best fantasy defense.

What is the most popular fantasy football draft format? ›

The snake or serpentine draft is the most common draft in fantasy football. The snake draft works by mirroring the first two rounds and continuing from there. For example, in a 10 person draft, the person who picks first will also pick 20th and 21st. The person who picks fifth will pick 16th, 25th, and so on.

Should you draft handcuffs in dynasty? ›

In dynasty leagues, handcuffing your own RBs is important. Whereas in a redraft format, you might not want to burn two roster spots on what is essentially one player, dynasty leagues have 25+ roster spots. The opportunity cost of using multiple roster spots on one player is greatly reduced.

Who is the best rookie RB for Dynasty League? ›

1) Bijan Robinson, Atlanta Falcons

There should be zero surprises about this one. Bijan Robinson has been sitting on top of my 2023 rookie RB rankings for about three years now. Heck, Robinson is the RB1 in overall dynasty rankings and is a top-three startup selection, along with Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase.

Who is the number one pick for Dynasty League? ›

1) Anthony Richardson, QB, Indianapolis Colts

Anthony Richardson has the highest ceiling of any QB in this class. While Bijan Robinson remains a favorite to go off the board first to many, Richardson is the 1.01 in 2023 dynasty Superflex rookie drafts for me.

When should I draft a kicker in dynasty? ›

First of all, never draft a kicker until at least the last two or three rounds. Pick you kicker last. Making them your next to last pick or the one before that won't kill you, but it still may not be a smart move.

How many rounds should a dynasty draft be? ›

It may only be three or five rounds, but the annual dynasty rookie draft is one of the most important aspects of dynasty fantasy football leagues. Despite being short, there are a lot of ways you can utilize the rookie draft to improve your dynasty roster.

How should dynasty draft order be determined? ›

What Dictates the Order of a Dynasty Rookie Draft? This can vary from league to league and will allow for some creativity with how leagues determine the draft order. For most leagues, establishing the order for a rookie draft is based on the previous year's results.

Who is the best rookie quarterback in dynasty 2022? ›

1. Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh Steelers. The only quarterback taken in the first round last year had the best season and the best future for the 2022 rookie quarterbacks. Pickett didn't have to sit long before taking over for Mitchell Trubisky as the Steelers' starting quarterback.

How many players keep in dynasty? ›

The nature of a dynasty league is that teams can keep as many players as they want each season at no cost. This aspect of the format is what makes a dynasty league…a dynasty league. You can keep a player for his entire career or until you choose to move off of them.

Which rookies will start 2022? ›

Top 2022 NFL rookies: Ranking 10 best first-years, plus risers
  • Sauce Gardner, CB, New York Jets. ...
  • Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Detroit Lions. ...
  • Chris Olave, WR, New Orleans Saints. ...
  • Tariq Woolen, CB, Seattle Seahawks. ...
  • Tyler Linderbaum, C, Baltimore Ravens. ...
  • Christian Watson, WR, Green Bay Packers.
Jan 18, 2023

Should I draft Kelce in dynasty? ›

Unless you truly believe your dynasty roster has no shot at contending until 2025, Kelce is an excellent pick in the middle of the third round of 2023 dynasty startup drafts.

How many QBs should you have in dynasty? ›

MORE: Dynasty Rankings 2023 — Top Fantasy Options at QB

Ideally, in a Superflex league, you want two trustworthy starting QBs. Personally, I have adopted the strategy where I like to have both of mine in the first three rounds, but there are multiple ways to go about this.

Should dynasty rookie draft be snake or linear? ›

Similar to the NFL Draft, dynasty rookie drafts are usually linear, as opposed to snake drafts that are popular in redraft leagues. This means that the last-place team would also hold the first pick of the second round, and every round thereafter.

How many tight ends should I roster in dynasty? ›

If you don't have a top tight end, attack the position with volume. Dynasty rosters are usually much bigger than redraft rosters, so you can carry 3-5 TEs and hope one of them pops. And it's usually easier to find useful TEs on the waiver wire in dynasty leagues than it is to find useful RBs or WRs.

How many roster spots should you have in dynasty? ›

With more teams, you will likely have fewer roster spots. Regardless of league size, though, dynasty rosters are quite large. They typically range anywhere from 20-30 players.

How big should a dynasty taxi squad be? ›

Above are just some settings you can use to customize the taxi squad for your dynasty league. You can set a player limit of up to 30, though most leagues I am in keep their taxi squad size around 3-8 players.

Who is the number one pick for dynasty league? ›

1) Anthony Richardson, QB, Indianapolis Colts

Anthony Richardson has the highest ceiling of any QB in this class. While Bijan Robinson remains a favorite to go off the board first to many, Richardson is the 1.01 in 2023 dynasty Superflex rookie drafts for me.


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