Want to select a running back early and still have the firepower to blow away your opponents at the key position? Michael Hitchcock helps you draft the first-round picks of 2022 at a big discount today.
There are a lot of ways to approach the first round in 2021. You can go with Christian McCaffrey if you’re lucky enough to get the first pick or Travis Kelce if you’re lucky enough to be in the top three. You might go for a Modified Zero RB build with the legendary upside of Jonathan Taylor or take a risk on the controversial Austin Ekeler. You can go full-blown Zero RB with WR stars like Tyreek Hill, Stefon Diggs, or Davante Adams.
However you play it, the key to your draft is going to come in Rounds 2 through 4, and that key is more receivers. And not just any receivers. You want exposure to the players who will challenge Hill and Diggs for first-round status next year.
Today, I’ll look at three metrics that help us locate the next wave of stars and pick out the best WR selections in each of the next three rounds.