The calendar turning to June means the redraft season is about to pick up. If you are starting to begin your research and gather insight to prepare for your upcoming draft, you may notice some names and orders of names near the top of current ADP lists from what you may have remembered at the end of last season.
Offseason hype, coach speak, free agency transactions, and much more have vaulted the perceived value of some players and torpedoed others’ perceived value. As you begin prepping your redraft squad, the tight end position remains as fickle as ever. However, there is value to be had at even the trickiest of positions.
Here are three tight ends who, based on current redraft ADP, might disappoint your squad. Finally, I will offer up a cheaper alternative to fill your starting lineup.
3 Tight Ends to Fade
Tyler Higbee – ADP TE7
One of the hottest players entering this past offseason, Tyler Higbee, was the definition of a league winner. From Weeks 13-17, he was overall TE1, and it wasn’t even close. He averaged over four points per game more than the TE2 during that stretch (Travis Kelce).