6 Undervalued Players Available Late in Fantasy Football Best-Ball Drafts

Kenny Golladay was impressive as a rookie and could see an expanded role this year, making him a late-round pick with upside in best-ball drafts. Which other players could be solid late-round targets?

One of the greatest aspects of best-ball leagues is that there is no in-season responsibility. There are no trades or waiver-wire pickups to worry about each week.

But in these draft-only formats, a few misguided picks could completely torpedo an otherwise competitive roster, leaving owners with no way to right the ship midseason.

With this in mind, it's critical that owners fill out their roster in the later rounds with players likely to make a fantasy impact in 2018. While the final few rounds of a draft may simply be seen as ensuring you have enough depth at running back or wide receiver, hitting on a late-round pick could be the difference between cashing and not.

Just last year, players like Robby Anderson, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Dion Lewis, and Alvin Kamara all carried average draft positions (ADPs) outside the top 150 but finished as top fantasy performers.

Looking at ADP from FantasyPros for best-ball leagues on Draft and Fanball, who are some players currently going in rounds 13 through 18 (based on 12-team leagues) who could severely outperform their draft capital? Following are six players -- one from each of those rounds -- to consider in the later rounds of your best-ball drafts.