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

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Round 13: Kenny Golladay

Overall ADP: 145
Positional ADP: WR57

After a strong preseason in 2017, Kenny Golladay made a name for himself in Week 1, scoring two touchdowns against the Arizona Cardinals. But that was the high point of the season for the third-round rookie.

Golladay injured his hamstring in Week 3 and missed six games in the middle of the season. He returned to split time with T.J. Jones down the stretch but was held out of the end zone until Week 17. On the season, Golladay finished with 28 receptions, 477 yards, and 3 touchdowns.

Heading into 2018, Golladay has already drawn positive reviews in minicamp and appears entrenched as the Lions third receiver behind Marvin Jones and Golden Tate.

While Golladay won't be a primary option in the passing game, there are plenty of targets to be had as the Lions are one of the most pass-heavy teams in the league. They've ranked inside the top 11 in pass attempts in each of the past three seasons, and Golladay's appeal is enhanced with the departure of Eric Ebron.

Ebron saw 86 targets last season, third most on the Lions, and that included 13 looks in the red zone. The Lions did little to replace Ebron in free agency, bringing in onlyLuke Willson. Golladay could pick up some of those targets from 2017, and his outlook could be even brighter should Jones or Tates miss time as they each finished as a top-12 WR in PPR scoring last season.