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Published by Ball So Hard Commish, 2022-04-15 09:13:46

2021 Ball So Hard Media Guide

Media guide for the Ball So Hard Fantasy Football League: 2021 / 2022 Season

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Ball So Hard
10TH Annual

Fantasy Football
Draft

Table of Contents

Welcome ................................................................. 3
2021 Season Information .............................................. 4
Agenda Items for 2021................................................. 5
Historical Results ........................................................ 7
2020 Regular Season Results.......................................... 7
2020 Championship Bracket Playoff Results ........................ 8
2020 Consolation Bracket Playoff Results ........................... 9
2021 Draft Pick Order & Contact Information....................... 9
Players Unavailable for Keeper Tag ................................ 10
Pre-Draft Draft Trades Involving 2021 Draft Picks ................ 11
2019 Team Recaps, In Reverse Order of Final Standings ....... 12
Meet the Owners...................................................... 16
2021 Top Positional Player Rankings via Roto Street Journal... 20
2021 Positional Cheat Sheet via ESPN ............................. 27
2021 Top IDP Rankings by Position via ESPN ..................... 28
2021 Draft Tracker .................................................... 32

2

Welcome

We made it. The 2021 season is here. Normal is still a way out, but we
have another football season to look forward to; with fans in stadiums,
the return of opt-out players, and a dynamic rookie class. There is so
much to look forward to – most especially the annual re-draft.
As a reminder, the 2020 season was run outside of our typical keeper
format and we will be using the 2019 rosters to block out who is
unavailable to be kept. I’ve included 2020 results, but they will not be
included in the historical records.
I am proud to announce that there are no new GMs for the third year in
a row. Stability continues to be a great resource that our league cannot
lose sight of. Take this time to enjoy the company of your fellow GM’s,
their loved ones, and our other guests as you are comfortable.
Since our inauguration in 2012, it has been the league’s mission to
provide a fun and safe atmosphere for our managers and other
honored guests. The managers who have been with us for the draft
experience will tell you that it is truly a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity.
We are committed to doing everything possible to make your trip to
Muscatine a wonderful experience for you, so please grab a name
plate, find a seat, crack a beverage, and get ready to experience the
dream once again.
Sincerely,

Seth C. Munier,
Ball So Hard Commissioner and President of Communications

3

2021 Season Information

Draft Order of Events

• 12:00 pm, Doors open
• 12:15 pm, Managers report
• 12:30 pm, Keepers and league fees due
• 12:30 pm, Voting on agenda items begins
• 12:45 pm, First pick

2021 Dues
• $60 entry fee

2021 Payouts
• 1st Place Playoffs – $360 (50%)
• 2nd Place Playoffs – $180 (25%)
• 3rd Place Playoffs – $72 (10%)
• 1st Place Reg. Sea. – $108 (15%)

Draft Information
• First and second rounds: 2 minutes / pick
• All other rounds: 90 seconds / pick
• 16 rounds or until team has 16 players

Starting Roster Positions • Flex; RB/WR/TE (1)
• Flex IDP; DL/LB/DB (2)
• Quarterback (1) • Bench (6)
• Running Back (2) • Injured Reserve (1)
• Wide Receiver (2)
• Tight End (1)
• Kicker (1)

4

Agenda Items for 2021

Voting Rules
To pass, all items must pass by majority vote plus one, meaning
at least 8 affirmative votes if all owners are in attendance. Those
who are acting as proxy for a regular league member will not get
a vote, but GM’s not present may signal their intent prior to the
vote and let their proxy vote on their behalf. All changes made
during the offseason will go into effect in this year’s season.

Offseason Voting
This offseason, the league reverted to rules established prior to
the COVID-19 pandemic. They are:

• Annual dues increased from $25 to $60
• Bench decreased from 7 to 6
• IR spots decreased from 4 to 1

Additionally, we have adjusted the following rules:

• Adding one regular season game and moving playoffs to
start week 15. Championship in week 17 and no one plays
week 18.

Items for voting:

1. Add a third WR starting spot.
2. Remove the K position and starting spot.

Open Forum
All requests and ideas will be heard by the league. Please limit
yourself to 3 minutes of proposal so we can have a few minutes
for questions. Any item presented during this time will need to
be voted on prior to implementation into next season.

5

Scoring

Table 1 - indicates new category for this year;  indicates scoring change for this year

Offense Individual Defensive Players
Passing Yards:
1 point per Tackle: 1.5 points
Passing TD: 25 yards
Interceptions 4 points Sack: 4 points
Thrown: 5 points
Rushing Yards: -2 points Defense
Interception: 4 points
Rushing TD: 1 point per Forced Fumble:
Receptions: 10 yards
6 points Fumbles Recovery: 4 points
6 points
0.5 points TD (Interception
return): 6 points
Receiving Yards: 1 point per TD (Fumble
10 yards return): 6 points
Receiving TD: 6 points TD (Blocked kick): 2 points
1 point per
Kickoff and Punt 25 yards Blocked Kick (punt, 2 points
Return Yards: 6 points FG, PAT):
Kickoff and Punt Safety:
Return TD: 6 points
Fumble Recovered Pass Defended: 0.5 points
for TD: -2 points
Fumbles Lost: Interception Return 1 point per
Yards: 10 yards
2-Point 2 points Fumble Return
Conversions: Yards: 1 point per
Sack Yards: 10 yards

Def 2-point Return: 1 point per
10 yards

2 points

Kicking 1 point Other Yes
PAT Made: 3 points Use Fractional Pts Yes
FG Made 0-19: 3 points Use Negative Pts
FG Made 20-29: 3 points
FG Made 30-39: 4 points
FG Made 40-49: 5 points
FG Made 50+:

6

Historical Results

Table 2 - *= 1st place finish, **= 2nd place finish, ***= 3rd place finish, = LTP award

Abbott 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total Win%
Hoopes 5-8 9-4 6-7*** 6-7 6-7 50-41 53.8%
Morton 7-6 9-4 8-5* 5-8 7-6 55-36 59.6%
Munier 5-8 8-5 8-4 2-11 10-3 43-48 50.5%
Phillips 6-7 3-10 7-6** 9-4 9-4** 46-45 52.9%
8-5** 6-7 4-9 10-3** 7-6 53-39 57.7%
Prill NDP NDP NDP 3-10 2-11 3-10 19.2%
Ramsey NDP 10-3*** 7-7 8-5 7-6* 40-38 51.6%
Rozinek NDP NDP NDP 10-3 9-4*** 10-3 73.1%
Sackfield 5-8 3-10 9-4 8-5*** 5-7 36-42 45.6%
Tomfeld NDP NDP 6-7 4-9 7-6 10-16 43.6%
7-6 8-5* 6-7 8-5* 4-9 42-49 43.8%
Toyne 4-9 3-10 5-8 5-8 5-8 36-55 39.4%
Wilson

2020 Regular Season Results

Rank Team Owner (W-L) Winning % Points For Points Against
1 HOOPES 11-2-0 0.846 2,039 1,673
2 WILSON 9-4-0 0.692 1,886 1,945
3 ROZINEK 8-5-0 0.615 1,937 2,021
4 RAMSEY 8-7-0 0.533 2,071 1,793
5 PRILL 8-5-0 0.615 1,782 1,775
6 ABBOTT 6-6-1 0.462 1,879 1,820
7 TOMFELD 6-6-1 0.462 1,835 1,418
8 TOYNE 6-7-0 0.462 1,808 1,673
9 MORTON 5-6-0 0.455 1,337 1,777
10 PHILLIPS 4-9-0 0.308 1,736 1,844
11 MUNIER 3-10-0 0.231 1,583 1,804
12 SACKFIELD 3-10-0 0.231 1,558 1,885

7

2020 Championship Bracket Playoff Results

8

2020 Consolation Bracket Playoff Results

2021 Draft Pick Order & Contact Information

TEAM CELL PHONE VENMO

1 PRILL (563) 299-3867 @Eric-Prill

2 WILSON (563) 299-4347 @BrianTaelor

3 TOYNE (563) 260-8730

4 SACKFIELD (563) 554-8716 @Brittani-Sackfield

5 TOMFELD (563) 607-2510

6 HOOPES (563) 260-2279 @FredSamuel-Hoopes

7 MORTON (574) 596-1540 @Kyle-Morton-9

8 PHILLIPS (563) 554-5368 @Isaiah-Phillips-3

9 ABBOTT (309) 339-2624 @Tony-Abbott-5

10 ROZINEK (319) 360-8840 @Tanner-Rozinek

11 MUNIER (847) 975-7866 @Seth-Munier

12 RAMSEY (563) 299-7556 @Cramsey86

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Players Unavailable for Keeper Tag

Definition of Keeper Restrictions
• No player drafted in the first 3 rounds may be kept.
• No player shall be kept in consecutive seasons.

Unavailable for Keeper Selection, Listed Alphabetically

Name Position Name Position

Aaron Jones RB JuJu Smith-Schuster WR
Adam Thielen WR Julian Edelman WR
Alvin Kamara RB Julio Jones WR
Amari Cooper WR Keenan Allen WR

Antonio Brown WR Kerryon Johnson RB
Brandin Cooks WR Leonard Fournette RB
Chris Carson RB Le'Veon Bell RB
Christian McCaffrey RB Mark Ingram RB
Dalvin Cook RB Marlon Mack RB
Damien Williams RB Michael Thomas WR
Darius Leonard IDP Mike Evans WR
David Johnson RB Nick Chubb RB
David Montgomery RB Odell Beckham Jr WR
DeAndre Hopkins WR Patrick Mahomes QB
DeDe Westbrook WR Phillip Lindsay RB

Derrick Henry RB Rashaad Penny RB
Devante Adams WR Saquon Barkley RB
Devonta Freeman RB Sony Michel RB
Ezekiel Elliott RB Stefon Diggs WR
George Kittle TE T.Y. Hilton WR
James Conner RB Todd Gurley RB
Joe Mixon RB Travis Kelce TE
John Brown WR Tyreek Hill WR
Josh Jacobs RB Zach Ertz TE

10

Pre-Draft Draft Trades Involving 2021 Draft Picks

WK Sends To For

5 WIL Aaron Rodgers > TOM LeSean McCoy
Le’Veon Bell RD1 (5)
7 WIL RD16 (191) > HPS
OFF WIL Adam Thielen > MOR AJ Green
Odell Beckham RD1 (6)
9 PHL RD 15 (170) > PRL
RD2 (23) RD1 (7)
13 SCK RD5 (50) > PHL
Julio Jones DeVante Parker
9 PRL Saquon Barkley > TOM Ty Johnson
RD6 (72) RD1 (8)
5 TOM RD16 (192) > PHL RD3 (32)
Michael Thomas > PHL Ryan Griffin
2019 WIL Rasaad Penny > MOR Tevin Coleman
10 PRL Alexander Mattison > SCK Miles Sanders
RD5 (52) RD2 (17)
OFF WIL Leonard Fournette Darrel Williams
RD12 (144) RD4 (44)
LeSean McCoy
Ezekiel Elliott Darrel Williams
Jaylen Samuels DJ Chark
RD9 (101) RD5 (56)
RD7 (80)
2019 RD7 (79) Ka’imi Fairbairn
RD8 (90)
Jordan Howard
RD 15 (169) 2021 RD1 (4)
2021 RD8 (95)
2022 RD1

11

2020 Team Recaps, In Reverse Order of Final
Standings from a Season that Didn’t Count

MORTON (5-8, .385) | 12th OVR, 9th REG

A week 1 trade with Isaiah, which shipped off Clyde Edwards-Helaire
and Terry McLaurin for Miles Sanders and Josh Jacobs looked like a win
out of the gate, this team wasn’t as competitive as it could’ve been.
Jacobs finished RB8, but Miles Sanders finished RB23 (a spot above
CEH), Chris Godwin finished as WR30 and there wasn’t enough depth
to ever make a push for the playoffs. At 1,498 total points, Kyle fell in
last place for total and average points scored per week (115) and 5
points behind the next closest team. With an average of 125 points
scored against each week, Kyle came in at 10th in point differential.
Luckily this poor season won’t go against his permanent record.

MUNIER (3-10, .231) | 11th OVR, 11th REG

This was Seth’s worst season since 2016, when he also went 3-10. On
paper, this team shouldn’t have been as bad as it was. Injuries to pretty
much all running backs selected by this team (Saquon Barkley, Le’Veon
Bell, Raheem Mostert, Devonta Freeman, Justin Jackson) left Goin’ Ham
on Ham struggling to find consistent touches at the RB position. In the
end it wasn’t COVID that wrecked this team in 2020, it was injuries.
Nothing to do now but look forward to next year.

PHILLIPS (4-9, .308) | 10th OVR, 10th REG

This was Isaiah’s first season under .500 since 2017. Another team that
looks good on paper but was hurt by a lack of WR production. Isaiah
finished the season with 1,736 points scored (134 avg) and racked up
1,697 points against (131 avg). The week 1 trade with Kyle turned out to
be a bust as McLaurin finished WR22 and CEH finished RB24.
Surprisingly, that turned out to be his only trade of the season.

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SACKFIELD (3-10, .231) | 9th OVR, 12th REG

With a 3-10 regular season record, Jon finished under .500 for the
second consecutive year. Jon skid into the offseason with a 5-game
losing streak, but redeemed himself in the playoffs, winning the
Consolation bracket. With Michael Thomas getting hurt in week 1 and
Ekeler hurt for much of the season, Jon had to rely on finding some
hidden gems to get much needed wins. J.D. McKissic, Ekeler’s return,
and some lucky IDP scores turned out to be the key to that playoff run.
Unfortunately for Jon, he ended up with the 2nd worst points scored
total of 1,558 and the worst point differential overall (-17).

PRILL (8-5, .615) | 8th OVR, 6th REG

2020 was easily Eric’s strongest showing since joining the Ball So Hard
league. He raced into the Championship playoffs on a 4-game winning
streak, only to lose all three playoff weeks and settle for an 8th place
finish. Ezekiel Elliott finished as RB10 but Calvin Ridley was a nice
surprise, finishing as WR4. Prill finished the season ranked 8th with 1,782
total points scored (137 avg) and ended up in the middle of the pack in
terms of points against with 1,804 (139 avg).

WILSON (9-4, .692) | 7th OVR, 2th REG

The 2020 season was Brian’s best regular season result ever in Ball So
Hard and first time finishing above .500 since 2012. After starting the
season at 1-2, Brian won 8 of the last 10 weeks in the regular season.
Kittle was a disappointment last year, finishing as TE18 but DK Metcalf
was a great find in the middle of the draft, finishing as WR6. Brian
finished the season ranked 4th in points scored with 1,886 (145 avg) and
had to deal with the 3rd most points against (142 avg).

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ROZINEK (8-5, .615) | 6st OVR, 3th REG

For the third year in a row, Tanner finished in the top 3 in the regular
season. Cook, Chubb, and Thielen all reached their expected totals for
the season but some of the depth left much to be desired. JuJu
finished as WR19, behind teammate Chase Claypool. After a streak in
the middle of the season losing 5 out of 6 consecutive weeks, Tanner
sprinted into the Championship playoff bracket winning his last 5
regular season games. However, three straight sub-par performances in
the playoffs kept him off the podium in 2020. Tanner finished the
season with 1,937 points scored (149 avg), which was good enough for
2nd place and 1,885 points against (145 avg) which was the 2nd most for
any team.

TOYNE (6-7 .462) | 5th OVR, 8th REG

For the second year in a row and third time in four years, Chad finished
the regular season under .500. His 1,808 points scored (139 avg) was
good enough for 7th best. The 1,820 points scored against him (140
avg) was 4th most in the league. Chad started off strong, winning 6 of
the first 7 weeks before his season unraveled, not winning again until
the second week of the playoffs. Surprisingly, even with terrible seasons
from Joe Mixon (RB49), and Julio Jones (WR52), Chad was able to grab
several gems late in the draft. Stefon Diggs well outperformed his 81st
overall selection, finishing as WR3. Justin Jefferson made Chad look
smart after the 129th selection finished as WR6.

ABBOTT (6-6-1, .500) | 4th OVR, 6th REG

Finishing 6th at the end of the regular season after a tie-breaker win in
week 2 against Tomfeld, Tony ended up dropping the week 15 playoff
game to the same team. To that point, the week 13 tie between Tony
and Zach was the first in BSH history. Towards the end of the season,
things were looking up for Tony. Going into week 10 at 6-4, there was
hope for a top 3 finish. Unfortunately, the only win that Tony would see
the rest of the year was week 14, the first week of the playoffs. Tony
finished with 1,879 points scored (145 avg) which was 5th best in the
league. However he saw 1,945 points scored against (150 avg) which
was the most out of any team in the league.

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RAMSEY (8-5, .615) | 3rd OVR, 4th REG

Coming off his 1st place finish in 2019, Craig followed up with a better
regular season record, but didn’t match the playoff run. Craig finished
3rd in most points scored with 1,909 (147 avg) and saw 1,817 (140 avg)
scored against. Christian McCaffrey’s season was derailed by injuries
but luckily Aaron Rodgers produced one of his best seasons, finishing
the 2020 season as QB2. Craig’s week 8 trade with Tony might have
saved his season, as Hill and Dobbins finished strong and Williams and
Carson fell off.

TOMFELD (6-6-1, .500) | 2nd OVR, 7th REG

The other half of the first ever tie in BSH history, Zach was able to put on
a show in the playoffs and make a Cinderella-type run at the
Championship. Tomfeld finished the season with 1,835 points scored
(141 avg), 6th best in the league. He also had the 6th best points against
with 1,793 (138 avg). The pick of Derrick Henry looked good as the #7
pick as he finished the season as RB3. Henry, Brandin Cooks, and Myles
Gaskin all turned in fantastic playoff runs.

HOOPES (11-2, .846) | 1st OVR, 1st REG

It feels like almost every year I talk about Sam winning the
Championship. This is Sam’s fourth Championship in 10 years with BSH.
This was Sam’s second time posting 11 wins in a season, repeating the
feat he established in 2014. Sam posted the most points scored in the
league 2,039 (157 avg). He was also lucky enough to only have 1,673
points scored against (129 avg) which was 2nd lowest in the league. His
+28 point differential was highest in the league by far – with the second
best differential being only +7.

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Meet the Owners

“We’re Beating” Craig Ramsey
2020 Stats
Dad Jokes Told: 483.5
Dairy Queen Trips: 107
Hobbies Given Up On: 16

Chad “Deep V” Toyne
2020 Stats
Gym Trips: 379
Bicep Flexes: 9,384
V Necks Shredded: 15

Brian “6 Pack” Wilson
2020 Stats
Busch Latte’s Cracked: 510
Power Stances Achieved: 232
Wicked Riffs Created: 26

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Eric “Dumpsterfire” Prill
2020 Stats
Unlucky Bets: 434
Public Defecations: 0
Black Dildos Avoided: 0

Isaiah “Wheel ‘n’ Deal” Phillips
2020 Stats
Innuendos Made: 13,117
“Cold Ones” Poured: 6,811
Weiner Jokes Landed: 381

Jon “the Sack” Sackfield
2020 Stats
Children’s Dreams Crushed: 588
Trash Can Escorts: 51
Rounds of Golf Played: 43

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Kyle “Braumeister” Morton
2020 Stats
Coffee Cups Consumed: 2,555
“Dad Voices” Executed: 296
Chinese Products Assembled: 48

Sam “Dynasty” Hoopes
2020 Stats
Shirts Refolded: 774
Mock Drafts Completed: 99
Dreams about Andrew Luck: 48

Seth “Commish” Munier
2020 Stats
Dishwasher Rearrangements: 401
Thermostat Changes Avoided: 98
Acres Mowed: 39

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Tanner “Not Mexican” Rozinek
2020 Stats
Dog Walks Led: 204
McDonalds Burritos Crushed: 143
Fresh Powder Runs Enjoyed: 11

Tony “Rookie Hunter” Abbott
2020 Stats
Cat Fantasies: 1,331
Lebron James Arguments: 143
Swim Laps Avoided: 18

Zach “Off the Grid” Tomfeld
2020 Stats
Pop Punk Hearts Broken: 51
Social Media Invites Ignored: 13
Coyotes Killed at +800 yds: 8

19

2021 Top Positional Player Rankings via Roto Street

Journal

As of 7/31/2021 Team Position
Rank Player Name

1 Christian McCaffrey CAR RB

2 Derrick Henry TEN RB

3 Dalvin Cook MIN RB
4 Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB
5 Travis Kelce KC TE
6 Alvin Kamara NO RB
7 Davante Adams GB WR
8 Nick Chubb CLE RB

9 Aaron Jones GB RB

10 Austin Ekeler LAC RB

11 Tyreek Hill KC WR

12 Stefon Diggs BUF WR

13 Jonathan Taylor IND RB

14 Najee Harris PIT RB

15 Antonio Gibson WAS RB
16 Saquon Barkley NYG RB
17 DeAndre Hopkins ARI WR
18 Calvin Ridley ATL WR
19 D.K. Metcalf SEA WR
20 Justin Jefferson MIN WR

21 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC RB

22 Joe Mixon CIN RB

23 Darren Waller LV TE

24 A.J. Brown TEN WR

25 Allen Robinson II CHI WR

26 Keenan Allen LAC WR

27 Terry McLaurin WAS WR
28 J.K. Dobbins BAL RB

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29 D'Andre Swift DET RB
30 George Kittle SF TE
31 Chris Carson SEA RB
32 David Montgomery CHI RB
33 Amari Cooper DAL WR
34 Mike Evans TB WR
35 Chris Godwin TB WR
36 Robert Woods LAR WR
37 CeeDee Lamb DAL WR
38 Cooper Kupp LAR WR
39 Patrick Mahomes II KC QB
40 Josh Allen BUF QB
41 Kyler Murray ARI QB
42 Lamar Jackson BAL QB
43 Dak Prescott DAL QB
44 Julio Jones TEN WR
45 Ja'Marr Chase CIN WR
46 Tyler Lockett SEA WR
47 Tee Higgins CIN WR
48 Brandon Aiyuk SF WR
49 T.J. Hockenson DET TE
50 Kyle Pitts ATL TE
51 Mike Davis ATL RB
52 Myles Gaskin MIA RB
53 D.J. Moore CAR WR
54 Miles Sanders PHI RB
55 Darrell Henderson LAR RB
56 Josh Jacobs LV RB
57 Kenny Golladay NYG WR
58 Adam Thielen MIN WR
59 Diontae Johnson PIT WR
60 Courtland Sutton DEN WR
61 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR

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62 Justin Herbert LAC QB
63 Mark Andrews BAL TE
64 Kareem Hunt CLE RB
65 Chase Claypool PIT WR
66 DeVonta Smith PHI WR
67 Javonte Williams DEN RB
68 Travis Etienne JAC RB
69 Damien Harris NE RB
70 Robby Anderson CAR WR
71 Deebo Samuel SF WR
72 Trey Sermon SF RB
73 Russell Wilson SEA QB
74 Aaron Rodgers GB QB
75 Raheem Mostert SF RB
76 Chase Edmonds ARI RB
77 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR
78 Mike Williams LAC WR
79 Jalen Hurts PHI QB
80 Tom Brady TB QB
81 Matthew Stafford LAR QB
82 Ryan Tannehill TEN QB
83 Will Fuller V MIA WR
84 Jerry Jeudy DEN WR
85 D.J. Chark Jr. JAC WR
86 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC WR
87 Brandin Cooks HOU WR
88 Tyler Boyd CIN WR
89 Michael Carter NYJ RB
90 James Robinson JAC RB
91 Curtis Samuel WAS WR
92 Jarvis Landry CLE WR
93 Melvin Gordon III DEN RB
94 Joe Burrow CIN QB

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95 Logan Thomas WAS TE
96 Tyler Higbee LAR TE
97 David Johnson HOU RB
98 Noah Fant DEN TE
99 Dallas Goedert PHI TE
100 James Conner ARI RB
101 Justin Fields CHI QB
102 Elijah Moore NYJ WR
103 Rashod Bateman BAL WR
104 Antonio Brown TB WR
105 Michael Thomas NO WR
106 Trey Lance SF QB
107 Robert Tonyan GB TE
108 Mike Gesicki MIA TE
109 Darnell Mooney CHI WR
110 Jamaal Williams DET RB
111 Zack Moss BUF RB
112 Kenyan Drake LV RB
113 Gus Edwards BAL RB
114 Tony Pollard DAL RB
115 Latavius Murray NO RB
116 Ryan Fitzpatrick WAS QB
117 Matt Ryan ATL QB
118 Trevor Lawrence JAC QB
119 Jaylen Waddle MIA WR
120 Irv Smith Jr. MIN TE
121 Russell Gage ATL WR
122 Tre'Quan Smith NO WR
123 T.Y. Hilton IND WR
124 Michael Gallup DAL WR
125 Jared Cook LAC TE
126 Adam Trautman NO TE
127 Evan Engram NYG TE

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128 Baker Mayfield CLE QB
129 Leonard Fournette TB RB
130 Marquise Brown BAL WR
131 Mecole Hardman KC WR
132 Henry Ruggs III LV WR
133 Devin Singletary BUF RB
134 AJ Dillon GB RB
135 J.D. McKissic WAS RB
136 Michael Pittman Jr. IND WR
137 Jakobi Meyers NE WR
138 Nyheim Hines IND RB
139 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
140 Kirk Cousins MIN QB
141 Zach Wilson NYJ QB
142 Deshaun Watson HOU QB
143 Cole Kmet CHI TE
144 Emmanuel Sanders BUF WR
145 Corey Davis NYJ WR
146 Cole Beasley BUF WR
147 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB
148 Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR WR
149 Marvin Jones Jr. JAC WR
150 Anthony Firkser TEN TE
151 Xavier Jones LAR RB
152 Javian Hawkins ATL RB
153 Phillip Lindsay HOU RB
154 Eric Ebron PIT TE
155 Blake Jarwin DAL TE
156 Rondale Moore ARI WR
157 Austin Hooper CLE TE
158 Giovani Bernard TB RB
159 Tarik Cohen CHI RB
160 James White NE RB

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161 Rashaad Penny SEA RB
162 Ronald Jones II TB RB
163 Alexander Mattison MIN RB
164 Gerald Everett SEA TE
165 Tevin Coleman NYJ RB
166 Sam Darnold CAR QB
167 Taysom Hill NO QB
168 Daniel Jones NYG QB
169 Jamison Crowder NYJ WR
170 DeVante Parker MIA WR
171 Allen Lazard GB WR
172 Carson Wentz IND QB
173 Parris Campbell IND WR
174 Jalen Reagor PHI WR
175 Gabriel Davis BUF WR
176 Jonnu Smith NE TE
177 Hunter Henry NE TE
178 Sammy Watkins BAL WR
179 Breshad Perriman DET WR
180 Nelson Agholor NE WR
181 Malcolm Brown MIA RB
182 Christian Kirk ARI WR
183 John Brown LV WR
184 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET WR
185 Sterling Shepard NYG WR
186 Ty Johnson NYJ RB
187 Devontae Booker NYG RB
188 Darrynton Evans TEN RB
189 Chris Evans CIN RB
190 Jake Funk LAR RB
191 Tyrell Williams DET WR
192 Byron Pringle KC WR
193 Rob Gronkowski TB TE

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194 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR
WR
195 Olamide Zaccheaus ATL WR
WR
196 Marquez Callaway NO WR
RB
197 DeSean Jackson LAR RB
RB
198 Nico Collins HOU TE
QB
199 Kenneth Gainwell PHI TE
RB
200 Matt Breida BUF RB
RB
201 Chuba Hubbard CAR WR
WR
202 Noah Gray KC WR
WR
203 Cam Newton NE RB
RB
204 Zach Ertz PHI RB
WR
205 Samaje Perine CIN WR
WR
206 Salvon Ahmed MIA RB
RB
207 Jordan Howard PHI RB
WR
208 Kadarius Toney NYG

209 A.J. Green ARI

210 Tim Patrick DEN

211 Kendrick Bourne NE

212 Damien Williams CHI

213 Carlos Hyde JAC

214 Wayne Gallman SF

215 Rashard Higgins CLE

216 Josh Reynolds TEN

217 Keke Coutee HOU

218 Marlon Mack IND

219 Jeff Wilson Jr. SF

220 Benny Snell Jr. PIT

221 Bryan Edwards LV

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2021 Positional Cheat Sheet via ESPN

As of 7/31/2021

27

2021 Top IDP Rankings by Position via ESPN

As of 7/31/2021

Top Linemen

PLAYER TEAM BYE AVG

1. T.J. Watt PIT 71
2. Nick Bosa SF 6 2.7
3. Joey Bosa LAC 7 3.7
4. Myles Garrett CLE 13 4
5. Danielle Hunter MIN 7 4.3
6. Brian Burns CAR 13 7.3

7. Aaron Donald LAR 11 7.7

8. Chase Young WAS 98

9. Za'Darius Smith GB 13 9

10. DeMarcus Lawrence DAL 7 10.3

11. Shaquil Barrett TB 9 11.7
12. Bud Dupree TEN 13 12.7
13. Khalil Mack CHI 10 13
13. Harold Landry III TEN 13 13
15. Leonard Floyd LAR 11 16.7
15. Haason Reddick CAR 13 16.7
17. Kyle Van Noy NE 14 17
18. Sam Hubbard CIN 10 18.3
18. Bradley Chubb DEN 11 18.3

20. DeForest Buckner IND 14 19

21. Chandler Jones ARI 12 20.3

22. Montez Sweat WAS 9 20.7

23. Von Miller DEN 11 22.3
24. Quinnen Williams NYJ 6 25.7
25. Trey Flowers DET 9 26
26. Yannick Ngakoue LV 8 26.3
27. Cameron Jordan NO 6 27.3
27. J.J. Watt ARI
12 27.3

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27. Jason Pierre-Paul TB 9 27.3
30. Stephon Tuitt PIT 7 31
31. Brandon Graham PHI 14 31.3
31. Emmanuel Ogbah MIA 14 31.3
33. Grady Jarrett ATL 6 32
34. Josh Allen JAC 7 34
35. Leonard Williams NYG 10 34.3

Top Linebackers TEAM BYE AVG

PLAYER IND 14 1

1. Darius Leonard TB 9 2
2. Devin White
3. Roquan Smith CHI 10 3
4. Blake Martinez
5. Zach Cunningham NYG 10 4
6. Bobby Wagner
7. Jayon Brown HOU 10 6
8. Fred Warner SEA 9 6.3
9. Eric Kendricks TEN
10. Lavonte David SF 13 7
11. Joe Schobert MIN 6 8.3
11. Foyesade Oluokun TB 79
13. Demario Davis JAC 9 10.7
13. Jaylon Smith ATL 7 11.7
15. Tremaine Edmunds 6 11.7
15. Devin Bush
17. Zaven Collins NO 6 15
18. Deion Jones
19. Matt Milano DAL 7 15
20. Myles Jack
21. Alex Singleton BUF 7 15.7
22. C.J. Mosley
PIT 7 15.7

ARI 12 16
ATL 6 16.7
BUF 7 17.7
JAC 7 19.3
PHI 14 21.3
NYJ 6 22.3

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22. Jamie Collins Sr. DET 9 22.3
24. Shaq Thompson CAR 13 24
25. Patrick Queen BAL
26. Micah Parsons DAL 8 25
27. Benardrick McKinney MIA 7 26.3
28. Alexander Johnson DEN 14 27
29. Kenneth Murray Jr. LAC 11 27.3
30. Isaiah Simmons ARI 7 28
31. Denzel Perryman CAR 12 31.3
32. Nicholas Morrow LV 13 32
33. Jamin Davis WAS 8 32.3
34. Eric Wilson PHI 9 34.3
35. Jerome Baker MIA 14 34.7
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Top Secondary

PLAYER TEAM BYE AVG

1. Jamal Adams SEA 9 1.3

2. Budda Baker ARI 12 1.7

3. Jeremy Chinn CAR 13 3

4. Jordan Poyer BUF 7 4

5. Jabrill Peppers NYG 10 5.3

6. Landon Collins WAS 9 7.3

6. Vonn Bell CIN 10 7.3

8. Derwin James Jr. LAC 7 7.7

9. Jessie Bates III CIN 10 8

10. John Johnson III CLE 13 10.3

10. Malcolm Jenkins NO 6 10.3

12. Harrison Smith MIN 7 13.7

13. Khari Willis IND 14 14.3

14. Antoine Winfield Jr. TB 9 15.3

15. Daniel Sorensen KC 12 15.7

16. Marlon Humphrey BAL 8 16.3

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17. Kevin Byard TEN 13 16.7
18. Justin Simmons DEN 11 19
18. Marcus Maye NYJ
20. Justin Reid HOU 6 19
21. Malcolm Butler ARI 10 19.7
22. Tracy Walker DET 12 20.3
23. Logan Ryan NYG
24. Kenny Moore II IND 9 22
25. Chuck Clark BAL 10 22.3
25. Anthony Harris PHI 14 23.3
27. Trevon Diggs DAL
28. Taylor Rapp LAR 8 26.3
29. Donovan Wilson DAL 14 26.3
30. A.J. Terrell ATL
31. Taron Johnson BUF 7 28
32. Carlton Davis TB 11 28.7
32. D.J. Reed Jr. SEA
34. Minkah Fitzpatrick PIT 7 29.7
35. Kamren Curl WAS 6 30
7 32
9 32.3
9 32.3
7 35.3
9 35.7

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2021 Draft Tracker

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