Denver Broncos: Royce Freeman, RB (75) — Hop on Freeman’s bandwagon before he takes off. He’s a risk because he’s a rookie, but the Denver backfield boasts little competition with Devontae Booker. New arrival and quarterback Case Keenum should give Freeman space to work.
Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes, QB (109) — He’s got TE8 (Travis Kelce), RB7 (Kareem Hunt) and WR10 (Tyreek Hill) and WR28 (Sammy Watkins). If all those guys are putting up big numbers, then so will Mahomes.
Los Angeles Chargers: Tyrell Williams 218 — In the event Mike Williams doesn’t pop, Tyrell Williams will be the team’s No. 2 receiver. But even if Mike does get ahead of Tyrell, the Chargers love to throw the ball. Tyrell will be more fantasy-relevant than his draft position lets on. (That said, Mike Williams, ADP of 147, also qualifies for this list.)
Oakland Raiders: Jordy Nelson, WR (95) — In 2016, he had 1,257 yards and 14 touchdown receptions with Aaron Rodgers. Then 2017 happened. Derek Carr isn’t Aaron Rodgers, but the Raiders offense should be more prolific than last season. Nelson won’t continue to fall off a production cliff — he’ll bounce back in 2018.