Every year, we see rookies make their mark on the fantasy football landscape. Often, these guys are some of the bigger names of their respective classes, like Jonathan Taylor last season. This year, the fantasy playing public has high expectations for the likes of Najee Harris, Kyle Pitts and Ja’Marr Chase. 

But we also see rookies emerge onto the fantasy radar who don’t have the highest redraft stock. Justin Herbert likely went undrafted in your redraft leagues last year and ended up finishing as the QB10. James Robinson came out of nowhere in Jacksonville and shocked the fantasy world with a seventh-place fantasy finish among running backs. Even Justin Jefferson came as a surprise. Despite his first-round pedigree in the 2020 NFL...

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