Take a look at Trey Lance in middle rounds

Drafting fantasy football quarterbacks has changed dramatically over the past few years. Originally, conventional wisdom told you to wait on the position because of its depth. The point differential between the third-ranked quarterback was not significantly higher from that of the 10th-ranked and, therefore, there was no rush.

Since the emergence of mobile quarterbacks such as Lamar Jackson and elite passers such as Justin Herbert, however, the gap between the top five and the rest of the field has grown wider, and today, there is no shame in drafting one of them in the fourth round.

Though the gap may be widening between the elite and the rest of the field, that doesn’t mean you can’t find one of these mobile quarterbacks in the mid-to-later rounds.

Trey Lance
Trey Lance

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