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Seven Dynasty Startup Value Picks

By Greg Monteleone

Greg has been playing Fantasy Football for fifteen years in all formats with a focus on dynasty, keeper and salary cap leagues. He’s been following the NFL Draft process closely for six years now. Greg enjoys the evaluation process for NFL prospects from film review to athletic profile analysis. Watch out for his NFL Draft and offseason articles on the 32BeatWriters website.

Greg Monteleone

Greg has been playing Fantasy Football for fifteen years in all formats with a focus on dynasty, keeper and salary cap leagues. He’s been following the NFL Draft process closely for six years now. Greg enjoys the evaluation process for NFL prospects from film review to athletic profile analysis. Watch out for his NFL Draft and offseason articles on the 32BeatWriters website.

As we continue into dynasty fantasy football startup season, it can be tough to find the right pick
after the 200s. This article will highlight a few players past an ADP of 200 that might be
worth taking a shot on.

1: Greg Dulcich, TE, DEN – ADP: 205.3

Greg Dulcich">Dulcich was impressive at the jump of his career amassing 411 yards in just 10 games in his
rookie year. His sophomore campaign was plagued with injury and he now enters his 3rd year in
the league. Dulcich has put his talent on display proving he can win routes at the NFL level. The
key to success for him is to stay healthy. Broncos coach Sean Payton claimed Dulcich is doing
very well physically, and he will be ready for the start of training camp. With a new QB on sight,
Dulcich will look to be a main target in a new look offense in Denver this season.

2: Colby Parkinson, TE, LAR – ADP: 248.0

With Tyler Higbee set to miss a large portion of the 2024 season, the tight end spot is wide open
for the rams. Parkinson was paid a 3 year, 22.5 million dollar contract this offseason indicating
he will be seeing the field often. Although a lot of his contract value lies in his outstanding run
blocking, it seems he might also be running a lot of routes with his competition being Davis
Allen. Parkinson could provide good value in tight end premium leagues as he will be an
important part of an explosive offense.

3: Jalen Tolbert, WR, DAL ADP: 254.7

With the departure of Michael Gallup">Michael Gallup, the WR3 spot for the Dallas Cowboys looks to be wide
open. With limited competition to fill that spot, it appears it is Jalen Tolbert">Jalen Tolbert’s to lose. He has
flashed ability in his two year NFL career, and seems more than capable to take on that
responsibility. He may never turn into a huge contributor, but could provide teams with good flex
upside for this season.

4: Jalen Coker, WR, CAR – ADP: 269.2

Coker is a small school kid that not many know about, but you might be hearing his name a lot
more when training camp comes around. Coker is big at 6’3”, 213 pounds and was very
successful in jump ball situations for Holy Cross. Coker did not play at FBS level in college, so it
might take some time to acclimate to the faster speed of the NFL. Coker is a good stash bet for
your dynasty roster at this point in the draft.

5: Isaiah Davis, RB, NYJ – ADP: 277.6

Davis was a key contributor to a dominant South Dakota State team over the past two years.
Davis does not stand out physically or athletically, but has shown poise as a runner and has
proven workhorse ability. The Jets also drafted Braelon Allen">Braelon Allen, who is just 20 years old. He will
have more long term value than Davis, but Davis has a good shot to be the backup runner for
the Jets in the immediate future. He is worth taking a shot on at this ADP.

6: Trey Sermon, RB, IND – ADP: 281.4

Trey Sermon">Sermon is currently listed as the second back on the Colts depth chart. It seems to be his spot
to lose going into camp. Sermon had substantial buzz coming into the league, but fell victim to
Kyle Shanahan’s dog house and was shipped out of San Francisco. A great player at a high tier
power 5 team, we know Sermon has the skills to succeed in the NFL. Sermon is a slam dunk at
this ADP especially if you own Jonathan Taylor.

7: Juju Smith-Schuster, WR, NE – ADP: 306

There are a lot of names swirling around for spots in the Patriots receiving room. Two new
promising rookies, electric DeMario Douglas">Pop Douglas, new FA signing K.J. Osborn and Kendrick Bourne who
had success last year. None are being talked about less than JuJu Smith-Schuster. Although his
best years are behind him, I wouldn’t be surprised if he carves out a role in this room around
promising rookie QB Drake Maye">Drake Maye. At an ADP past 300, it doesn’t hurt to take a final swing at
this once elite player.

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