We're still more than a month from the start of NFL training camps, and more than two months away from when most Fantasy players will be drafting, which means there is still a lot about the Fantasy landscape that is going to change. That doesn't mean you shouldn't be paying attention, of course; if anything, this is when you can start to build your edge on the competition.

CBS Fantasy will have mock drafts available in the next few weeks, but right now the best draft data available is going to come from the National Fantasy Championships on NFC.com. These are high-stakes leagues that have been drafting since February, so we can look at their average draft position data to get an early glimpse of where things stand for those who have some skin in the game.

The Fantasy Football Today crew discussed early ADP values on Monday's episode of the podcast, including two at running back in Derrick Henry and Josh Jacobs who immediately stand out — as bad values, in my opinion, as you'll reach. Dave Richard made the case for Dak Prescott as one of the top quarterbacks off the board, while Jamey Eisenberg called Daniel Jones one of the best late-round values at the position Plus, they looked at some of their favorite values at each position, including Jared Goff, D.J. Moore, and more.  Listen below and be sure to subscribe for non-stop Fantasy Football content:

Here are my picks for the best values at each position based on the post-NFL Draft consensus, as well as a few players who simply aren't worth the early cost in my eyes:

By Position
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Quarterbacks
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ARI Arizona • #1
Age: 24 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
77th
QB RNK
6th
PROJ PTS
321
SOS
8
ADP
QB3 - 51.1
2019 Stats
PAYDS
3722
RUYDS
544
TD
24
INT
12
FPTS/G
20.3
It should be noted, Murray is going off the board nearly 40 picks after Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes, and just barely ahead of Dad Prescott, so it's not like he's in a tier of his own. However, this still feels like we're getting ahead of ourselves. There is a lot to like about Murray coming off that rookie season and adding DeAndre Hopkins this offseason, but Prescott and Williams have already shown the upside we're hoping Murray has. And both are arguably in better situations now than they were last year, with the Cowboys adding top WR prospect CeeDee Lamb and the Seahawks hopefully looking at a more pass-heavy offense.
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HOU Houston • #4
Age: 26 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
71st
QB RNK
5th
PROJ PTS
333
SOS
17
ADP
QB6 - 66.0
2019 Stats
PAYDS
3852
RUYDS
413
TD
34
INT
12
FPTS/G
24.8
With Hopkins joining Murray in Arizona, Watson's star has taken a bit of a hit. However, he still has a lot more talent in the receiving game than you might think: Will Fuller, Brandin Cooks, Kenny Stills and Randall Cobb, with Duke Johnson and David Johnson representing the best pass-catching duo in any backfield in the league. He may not skip a beat without Hopkins.
LAR L.A. Rams • #9
Age: 33 • Experience: 12 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
128th
QB RNK
12th
PROJ PTS
270
SOS
25
ADP
QB14 - 103.1
2019 Stats
PAYDS
2499
RUYDS
66
TD
19
INT
5
FPTS/G
25.4
With the Lions moving away from an offense built around short-area targets like Golden Tate and Theo Riddick, Stafford got back to his gunslinging ways in 2019. He was on pace for nearly 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns before a back injury ended his season, and with Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones still serving as his top targets and T.J. Hockenson hopefully ready to take a step forward, this could continue to be a dangerous high-volume attack.
DEN Denver • #5
Age: 28 • Experience: 8 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
N/A
QB RNK
23rd
PROJ PTS
258
SOS
20
ADP
QB25 - 163.3
2019 Stats
PAYDS
1384
RUYDS
31
TD
9
INT
2
FPTS/G
12
How much of a quarterback's depth of target (how far down the field he throws the ball) belongs to him, and how much belongs to his receivers? That might seem like a pretty esoteric distinction, but it's actually a hugely important question within the advanced stats community for Fantasy football. Bridgewater has a well-earned reputation for being a check-down artist, and he should look for Christian McCaffrey and D.J. Moore in the short and intermediate areas often. However, with Robby Anderson and Curtis Samuel, Bridgewater also has two deadly down-field weapons. If he's willing to take more chances, it's not that hard to see him being a low-end top-12 QB.
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Running Backs
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TEN Tennessee • #22
Age: 27 • Experience: 6 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
17th
RB RNK
10th
PROJ PTS
242
SOS
30
ADP
RB6 - 7.6
2019 Stats
RUYDS
1540
REC
18
REYDS
206
TD
18
FPTS/G
19.6
This isn't a terrible spot for Henry in a non-PPR league, but it's hard to justify it when receptions are counted. Sure, he was the No. 5 RB in PPR last season, however that took 303 carries and 18 total touchdowns. He's capable of a repeat, but last year was probably close to a best-case scenario for Henry, who could regress across the board.
LV Las Vegas • #28
Age: 23 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
22nd
RB RNK
13th
PROJ PTS
202
SOS
23
ADP
RB13 - 16.8
2019 Stats
RUYDS
1150
REC
20
REYDS
166
TD
7
FPTS/G
14.7
Like with Henry, this is mostly about the scoring format. Jacobs finished 16th in PPR points per game as a rookie, and unless his role in the passing game increases, it's hard to see him getting much better. The Raiders are likely to be a middle-of-the-pack offense at best in 2020, and with Jalen Richard still around and Henry Ruggs, Lynn Bowden, Nelson Agholor, Bryan Edwards and Jason Witten joining the Raiders this offseason, it's hard to see that passing game role improving much.
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LAC L.A. Chargers • #30
Age: 26 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
14th
RB RNK
8th
PROJ PTS
215
SOS
10
ADP
RB12 - 15.9
2019 Stats
RUYDS
557
REC
92
REYDS
993
TD
11
FPTS/G
19.3
Ekeler was arguably the best back in Fantasy when Melvin Gordon sat out in 2019, and while you can't just take what he did then and extrapolate it over the full season — Joshua Kelley should see plenty of work — it is a hint of what the upside here is on a weekly basis. The biggest question is going to be whether Tyrod Taylor uses the backs in the passing game anywhere near as often as Philip Rivers did. Still, Ekeler is dynamic with the ball in his hands, and should have even more opportunities overall in 2020, even if he sees fewer passes.
ARI Arizona • #6
Age: 26 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
40th
RB RNK
19th
PROJ PTS
182
SOS
26
ADP
RB23 - 41.9
2019 Stats
RUYDS
464
REC
34
REYDS
251
TD
7
FPTS/G
14.5
There were plenty of reports that the Steelers would add competition for Conner after his injury plagued season, but that basically amounted to Anthony McFarland, an undersized back who never saw more than 131 carries in college. If Conner can stay healthy, he should still be the No. 1 guy in Pittsburgh, and that has been a very fruitful position to be in over the Ben Roethlisberger era.
LAR L.A. Rams • #27
Age: 24 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
112th
RB RNK
46th
PROJ PTS
110
SOS
17
ADP
RB45 - 122.1
2019 Stats
RUYDS
147
REC
4
REYDS
37
TD
0
FPTS/G
1.6
Rookie Cam Akers has jumped to 28th in RB ADP, and he very well could be the top back for the Rams this season. However, with no rookie minicamps and no OTAs — plus the potential for limitations in training camp of some sort — it may take rookies longer than usual to get up to speed with their new offenses. Henderson barely saw the field as a rookie, but he was still a top-70 pick in the 2019 draft, and one the Rams traded up to select. Even if Akers is the favorite, Henderson still has a chance to make an impact. If you're drafting before training camp, he could be someone who ends up being a huge steal if he wins the job.
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Wide Receivers
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NYG N.Y. Giants • #19
Age: 27 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
23rd
WR RNK
9th
PROJ PTS
225
SOS
30
ADP
WR7 - 27.8
2019 Stats
REC
65
TAR
116
REYDS
1190
TD
11
FPTS/G
15.5
I love what we saw from Stafford last season, and Golladay was on pace for a massive season before the injury — 70 catches, 1,280 yards and 14 touchdowns. If he could do that for a full season, Golladay would be well worth this price, but it's something we've just never seen him do it before. The touchdowns especially seem tough to expect after Golladay scored just two in nine games after Tate was traded away in 2018. Golladay doesn't see a ton of volume in the Lions passing game, so he'll need to sustain elite efficiency and touchdown rates, neither of which he did in 2018.
MIN Minnesota • #19
Age: 31 • Experience: 8 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
26th
WR RNK
12th
PROJ PTS
236
SOS
29
ADP
WR16 - 44.1
2019 Stats
REC
38
TAR
72
REYDS
581
TD
2
FPTS/G
6.9
We've actually seen Thielen drafted more like a top-12 receiver in some of our CBS Fantasy mock drafts, so this looks tame by comparison. However, it's still too rich for my blood. The Vikings' ideal plan features as few pass attempts as possible, which makes targets hard to come by. Stefon Digg was still a viable Fantasy option in 2019 with limited targets, mostly because he was historically efficient. I'm not sure Thielen is good for as many big plays, and with rookie Justin Jefferson in town, Thielen will have some competition for targets. I think something like 80 catches and 1,000 yards is the most likely outcome for Thielen — or roughly what I expect from Jarvis Landry. He isn't being drafted this high.
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LAR L.A. Rams • #2
Age: 29 • Experience: 9 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
37th
WR RNK
17th
PROJ PTS
235
SOS
28
ADP
WR17 - 47.3
2019 Stats
REC
90
TAR
139
REYDS
1134
TD
3
FPTS/G
15.5
Woods goes off the board more than a round later than teammate Cooper Kupp, and I'm not sure there should be any kind of gap here. Kupp has been the better touchdown scorer than Woods in their time together, and I have no reason to believe that won't continue to be the case in 2020, but Woods is the better all-around player. He has more than 130 targets in each of the past two seasons, and has added 36 carries in that time as well, so the Rams clearly want the ball in his hands. Woods is arguably the best playmaker in this offense, and the Rams will continue to put him in position to make plays. With some better luck on touchdowns, Woods could be a bonafide No. 1 Fantasy receiver in 2020 — 1,400 total yards, 90 catches, and eight touchdowns isn't an overly aggressive high-end outcome.
JAC Jacksonville • #17
Age: 25 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
52nd
WR RNK
27th
PROJ PTS
171
SOS
26
ADP
WR25 - 64.1
2019 Stats
REC
73
TAR
118
REYDS
1008
TD
8
FPTS/G
15
Chark emerged as the Jaguars top receiver in 2019, and he enters his age-24 season with continuity with the quarterback who helped spark his breakout. He's another player you'd like to see get more targets in 2020, and with the Jaguars seemingly set to move on from Leonard Fournette before long, there could be more opportunity to share across this offense. If Chark can get into the 130-target range, this is another guy with potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy option.
NE New England • #15
Age: 23 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
159th
WR RNK
NR
PROJ PTS
97
SOS
7
ADP
WR63 - 184.6
2019 Stats
REC
12
TAR
24
REYDS
105
TD
2
FPTS/G
5.4
This is one is a bet on Harry's draft stock because the 22-year-old was a first-round pick and one of the top receiving prospects in 2019. Injuries ensured that would not turn into immediate production, but don't overreact to one bad season. Jarrett Stidham is a wild card, but if he proves competent, Harry could be the top target on this offense.
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Tight Ends
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CLE Cleveland • #81
Age: 26 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
102nd
TE RNK
11th
PROJ PTS
165
SOS
10
ADP
TE11 - 113.1
2019 Stats
REC
75
TAR
97
REYDS
787
TD
6
FPTS/G
14.7
The Browns like to be the big winners of the offseason, and by making Hooper the highest-paid tight end in the NFL, they did it again this offseason. Unfortunately, this one feels like it's destined to end much the same last year's splash trade for Odell Beckham — in disappointment for Fantasy players. Hooper is a great player, but the Browns threw just 59 targets to tight ends in 2019. That number will go up with Hooper in town, but he's still going to be, at best, third in line for targets on a team that won't throw the ball nearly as much as Hooper's old club. The opportunity just won't be there for Hooper.
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ATL Atlanta • #81
Age: 28 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Fantasy Breakdown (PPR)
OVERALL RNK
98th
TE RNK
10th
PROJ PTS
160
SOS
13
ADP
TE10 - 111.8
2019 Stats
REC
30
TAR
39
REYDS
349
TD
2
FPTS/G
4.8
The smart move is to follow the Falcons' lead. They let Hooper walk and then traded for Hurst, a great athlete who couldn't break through in Baltimore's low-volume passing offense, especially with Mark Andrews' emergence as an elite pass catcher. However, Hurst now gets to take over Hooper's role in a Falcons offense that has thrown at least 106 passes to tight ends in each of the past two seasons. There's potential for 900-plus yards and a handful of touchdowns here.

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