Average Draft Position, commonly referred to by fantasy football players as ADP is considered to be one of the most essential tools available for dynasty, devy, or seasonal Fantasy Football players. ADP is the overall consensus of where players are being drafted, based on a sample of either mock or actual drafts measured over a period of time.
Reliable ADP, such as the NFL Draft Bible ADP, is collected through a series of drafts, which consists of a host of analysts. The draft results are compiled and each player’s average position is generated. This information is sent directly to our database and maintained on our website. ADP is constantly changing. The factors that most commonly affect ADP are player usage, the player’s current team, transactions or injuries that occur to either the player or their teammates and perceived value based on information gathering. Thankfully, we here at NFL Draft Bible have our own free ADP tool that updates regularly, giving you the best pulse on a player’s fantasy football value, for FREE.
This year's rookie class certainly features some fascinating talent. It has been regarded as one of the deepest QB classes we have seen in years, along with some great depth at the wide receiver position. While there are a few incredible running backs in this draft, the depth at the position isn't as profound as it was in last year’s class.
The ability to have insightful information into this year's rookie class will certainly help you manage your team. Checking out our frequently updated ADP tool will help you stay on top.
Automatically updated after each dynasty fantasy football rookie mock draft
1QB, PPR, No TE Premium