Meng Song discusses a couple of sleeper wide receivers to draft now for 2023 before an inevitable rise in their ADPs.
There are plenty of wide receiver values so far this offseason. With recent signings and trades during free agency, a number of wide receivers have been on the move, which can create ADP values when projecting for the 2023 season. Michael Hitchcock recently discussed why D.J. Moore could be a sleeper wide receiver this coming year after he was traded to the Bears. But we can also find values among players who remain on the same team, but whose situations are being misconstrued for one reason or another.
With that in mind, here are a couple of big wide receiver values early in 2023. Both wide receivers have shown upside but are being undervalued because of team situations that are incredibly fluid. Take advantage of these dynamic wide receiver values before other drafters catch on!
Two Sleeper Wide Receivers in Early 2023 Drafts
As of this writing, Courtland Sutton is currently being drafted as the WR43 based on Underdog ADP. There is a wide gap between his ADP and that of his teammate, Jerry Jeudy, who is currently being drafted as the WR22 on Underdog.
There’s a perception that Jeudy far outproduced Sutton last year, and there’s some truth to that. Jeudy finished last season as the WR28 in 0.5 PPR PPG, while Sutton finished as just the WR47 in 0.5 PPR PPG. However,