6 best end of season fantasy performers who mostly went undrafted before the season

Devante Parker has over 1,000 receiving yards on the season. [Image Source: Flickr | J M]
Devante Parker has over 1,000 receiving yards on the season. [Image Source: Flickr | J M]

Ryan Tannehill, Devante Parker, and Darren Waller are among the players who exceeded all expectations.

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With most fantasy football seasons now over, let’s take a look at those players who excelled despite mostly going undrafted.

One quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, and one tight end will be highlighted. This list only has two of the six individuals being the same as the ones mentioned in the mid-season list.

Fantasy Pros takes the average draft position of various well-known websites such as ESPN and Yahoo and averaged them out. Players would be eligible for this list if their average draft position was later than 180 (180 players are drafted in a 10-team, 18-round draft).

It wasn’t a very strong season for mostly undrafted running backs, but two were still included.

Some honorable mentions include Matthew Stafford at quarterback, Jamaal Williams at running back, A.J. Brown and Terry McLaurin at wide receiver, and Tyler Higbee and Dallas Goedert at tight end.


Quarterback - Ryan Tannehill, Titans (2,544 pass yards, 20 pass touchdowns, 6 interceptions, 165 rushing yards, 4 rushing touchdowns, 1 fumble lost)

Taking over for Marcus Mariota and starting Tennessee’s last nine outings, Tannehill has averaged 266.7 passing yards as a starter and has accounted for multiple touchdowns in all nine contests. Seen as a bust with the Dolphins, he currently leads the league this year in yards per attempt and passer rating. A free agent after the season, Tannehill’s projected market value is listed at three years, $76,766,512 according to Spotrac.


Running back - Raheem Mostert, 49ers (715 rushing yards, 6 rushing touchdowns, 13 catches, 164 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns, 1 fumble lost)

Despite being part of a running back by committee much of the year alongside Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman, Mostert is having a very productive 2019 season. He has averaged 5.6 yards per carry on the season and has averaged 73.4 rushing yards in his last five games with one rushing score in all five contests.

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