The NFL Draft is here! In between now and the several weeks following the draft there will be overreactions galore with plenty of new noise and takes to sift through. Before all that ensues and it gets even harder to make good fantasy football draft decisions, it’s time to talk about the four rookie wide receivers who could traps for your fantasy football squads given their profiles and expected capital.
Today we’re going to keep it simple and easy to apply. Here are three reasons each of these wide receivers are perhaps trap wide receivers where you should select them in upcoming rookie drafts if they do drop for some reason.