In the preseason fantasy football top 150 PPR rankings “5 Guys on the Rise” aka 5.0, we get our first glimpse of training camp news in 2023. Where does Alvin Kamara land?
The chart below shows the latest top 150 for point-per-reception (PPR) leagues based on a starting lineup of one quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end and a flex.
If your league has a different lineup build i.e. only two wide receivers, running backs might move up while wide receivers might fall in the top 150. Finally, we included five rankings’ risers from our previous rankings a few weeks ago.
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Player: Alvin Kamara
Updated Overall Ranking: 49 (ADP 72)
Last season Kamara was able to return top 35 value on an offense that ranked 22nd in scoring. This season the Saints’ offense should get a jolt with new QB Derek Carr. Jamaal Williams should impact his ceiling, but D’Andre Swift was putting up top 20 RB numbers on per game basis alongside Williams in 2022.
Player: D.J. Moore
Updated Overall Ranking: 33 (ADP 49)
The news coming out of Bears training camp has been glowing as D.J. Moore and Justin Fields look to be the latest duo ready to light up the NFL. Moore’s ability to score at least 14 PPR points per game (PPG) with every QB not named Baker Mayfield should give us confidence that he can take the next step with a talented QB like Fields.
Player: Nico Collins
Updated Ranking: 104 (ADP 136)
Reports coming out of Texans training camp say Nico Collins is emerging as C.J. Stroud’s No. 1 option. The rookie impact on wide receivers isn’t necessarily great, but since 2018 16 rookies attempted at least 250 passes in a season. On those teams, eight were able to produce a top 36 WR for fantasy football. Collins’ current ADP is WR58 giving him plenty of room to return value.
Player: Greg Dulcich
Overall Ranking: 109 (ADP 129)
New Head Coach has linked Tight End Greg Dulcich to former Saints great Jimmy Graham. Early indications have Dulcich playing the joker role as his receiving tight end. Now with Tim Patrick out of the season, there should be more opportunities for Dulcich to take the next step in 2023.
Player: Parris Campbell
Overall Ranking: 134 (ADP 193)
While Darren Waller has been lighting up camp as the number one option for the Giants, Parris Campbell has quietly emerged as another reliable option for Daniel Jones. Campbell profiles perfectly for the Cole Beasley role. That role produced a 17-game pace of 120 targets from 2019-2021. If you apply Campbell’s career catch rate, yards per target and TD rate to those targets, he would be right around 11 PPR PPG.
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