Top Undrafted Free Agents From 2020 NFL Draft Who Could Become Fantasy Relevant
IF your a fantasy player who has real stones, then you are looking at sleepers way down the rabbit hole in fantasy. Especially the people who have keeper leagues and are looking for those $1 gems that you can sign long term that will pay huge dividends. We’re going to analyze undrafted free agents from the 2020 NFL Draft who have a chance to become fantasy relevant in the future.
J’Mar Smith (Patriots)
Jarrett Stidham sucks, Brian Hoyer should be out of the league, and Bill Belichick lost his mind. I’m just saying…
Salvon Ahmed (49ers)
If Raheem Mostert can do what he did last year, then Salvon Ahmed can. When it comes to Kyle Shanahan, getting a running back on his roster is a good thing in fantasy. I don’t even like Ahmed. He plays for San Francisco so he should be on your list. I think he’s also superior to JaMychal Hasty who also signed as a UDFA.
James Robinson (Jaguars)
This is make or break time for Leonard Fournette. BUT… what if he flames out? Fournette could easily get hurt or underperform. Enter James Robinson who could take on the role. The 4.64 – 40 time is probably what got him undrafted. Robinson is a big back at 220 and can grind out the short yardage. Ryquell Armstead is the only competition on the roster.
Michael Warren OR Adrian Killins (Eagles)
There is an open spot on the Eagles roster. It’s either going to be filled by Elijah Holyfield or one of these undrafted rookies. I think Killins actually has some explosion in him. Really tiny though. Warren is similar to Holyfield and tough to bring down. Something to monitor through the preseason.
Kalija Lipscomb (Chiefs)
Wide receiver on the Chiefs offense. Where do I sign? Sammy Watkins won’t be there forever.
Quartney Davis (Vikings)
After the Stefon Diggs trade, there are targets to be had even with Justin Jefferson coming in. Tajae Sharpe, Bisi Johnson, and KJ Osborn are the others on the roster. I think Davis has some talent. I wouldn’t say it’s improbable he breaks through.
Lawrence Cager (Jets)
The New York Jets have a whole lot of nothing. This team flat out stinks. It’s Breshad Perriman and a lot of garbage. Lawrence Cager might not just make the roster. Who’s to say he can’t be a primary target?
Thaddeus Moss (Redskins)
Talk about a landing spot. Jordan Reed retires and in comes Thad Moss. Jeremy Sprinkle is the only guy worth mentioning and he’s a blocking tight end. Moss has a chance to come in day one and start. Not just that, Terry McLaurin is really the only target on the roster who has talent. Moss could see a field day of targets coming his way. It’s fantastic for Moss.
Rodrigo Blakenship (Colts)
The former Georgia kicker is going to start for the Colts. That’s my kicker analysis. The goggles live on.