D.J. Chark was drafted outside the top 200 picks last season. He finished with 218 total points and the highest win rate among WRs in BestBall10s.
Rookies disappoint every year. That’s just a fact of football, both real and fantasy. Players with strong draft capital and elite athleticism who seem like great fantasy assets fall short in their first season. The fantasy community tends to forget and we move on. However, sometimes the value and opportunity are there for an insane second-year leap.
Is the opportunity there for this forgotten second-year player to become the next D.J. Chark?