The wide receiver position is arguably the deepest position to choose from when it comes to fantasy football. Near the beginning of fantasy drafts, guys like Michael Thomas, DeAndre Hopkins, and Davante Adams are popular wide receivers to take.
However, if you’re in a league that features 14+ teams, it may become tougher to find wide receivers that are worth having — especially in later rounds. And the league you’re part of is likely going to incorporate PPR (points per reception) scoring, which makes wide receivers even more valuable.
Every single year, everyone is attempting to find some late-round sleepers that can help them have bragging rights in their fantasy football leagues. So which late-round wide receivers should you target when your fantasy draft rolls around?
Before diving into the late-round gems at wide receiver, each player on this list will have where they are currently being taken in ESPN leagues. With that in mind, let’s take a further look at three late-round wide receivers that you should consider drafting in fantasy football in 2020.