The Gut Check No. 448: Choose Your Adventure Draft Plan (Low Risk) - Footballguys

Matt Waldman creates three choose-your-own-adventure draft plans based on your risk tolerance. He explores the conservative plan in this post. 

Choose your own adventure books were a big part of my early childhood. And choices are a something we all want — even when we look to others for answers. This year, yours truly has created three draft plans based on your risk tolerance as a fantasy player: conservative, moderate, and high risk-reward.

The players are listed in order of preference by round. Depending on the risk profile of the adventure, some players will be higher or lower in one plan than they are in another.

These plans are best for 12-team, serpentine drafts with PPR scoring and at least 3 receivers and 2 running backs as part of the starting lineup requirements.

Profile of the conservative Draft

The conservative draft plan has a series of underlying characteristics that differentiate it from the moderate and high risk-reward plans:

  • The amount of eligible players in the first 12 rounds of the conservative draft is smaller than the others.
  • It has fewer players coming off injury.
  • It values proven producers.
  • The plan has fewer older players.
  • The plan has fewer players recuperating from injury.
  • There's less reaching beyond the player's average draft position.
  • When there's an opportunity to take a proven player well before a potential run at the position, it will recommend it.

Because of these characteristics, you may think you identify with a conservative approach until you examine the recommendations. You will discover that the shape of the conservative draft is not part of the herd mentality that runs rampant through fantasy drafts.

Most of you will identify with the moderate plan. However, it's often the plans at the far end of each spectrum that give fantasy players the greatest opportunity to excel.

As is the case with every draft plan, if a player falls from an earlier tier to a later one, he should be remain near the top of your list. Spend a few minutes mapping out potential rosters with these lists. I recommend using Draft Dominator mock drafts to determine when it's best to target running backs, tight ends, and quarterback because there aren't as many running back options with this plan as others.

If you find that you need to add a player or two to specific tiers, consider the characteristics of the conservative plan to find the best possible fit.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
1.01-1.04
1.05-1.08
1.09-1.12
Round 1 Targets
Todd Gurley
Antonio Brown
Odell Beckham Jr.
LeVeon Bell
Alvin Kamara
Michael Thomas
Ezekiel Elliott
DeAndre Hopkins
Keenan Allen

Round 1 Commentary: The backs have strong offensive line play, proven production, and youth on their side. The receivers are all high-volume options in the prime of their careers and they are catching targets from veteran quarterbacks. There are more receivers than backs to lead off the conservative draft because backs are volatile options. However, it would be wise to consider drafting 3-4 backs within the first seven rounds because there aren't a lot of recommended options within the first 10.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
2.09-2.12
2.05-2.08
2.01-2.04
Round 2 Targets
Davante Adams
Davante Adams
Davante Adams
A.J. Green
A.J. Green
A.J. Green
Travis Kelce
Travis Kelce
Travis Kelce
Jordan Howard

Round 2 Commentary: Rob Gronkowski's history of back injuries keeps him off this list whereas Kelce is far more attractive, especially with a quarterback who is willing to throw tight-window targets. Kelce in the second round is a slight reach, at best, and it guarantees the conservative drafter a top-volume option in an offense that will help Kelce become a double-digit touchdown producer. The only runner in this tier is Howard. Despite the fact that there are more good running backs in the league than before, it doesn't change that running backs have a greater rate of volatility than other positions due to dependence on offensive line play and injury rates. If you're a conservative drafter, you want proven commodities. Although rookie backs tend to have strong production early, you want to identify those with good offensive lines and a starting opportunity.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
3.01-3.04
3.05-3.08
3.09-3.12
Round 3 Targets
Travis Kelce
Aaron Rodgers
Alex Collins
Jordan Howard
Tyreek Hill
Doug Baldwin
Aaron Rodgers
Alex Collins
Amari Cooper
Tyreek Hill
Doug Baldwin
Larry Fitzgerald
Alex Collins
Amari Cooper
Jay Ajayi
Doug Baldwin
Amari Cooper

Round 3 Commentary: Collins and Rodgers stand out in this tier. Rodgers is arguably the best quarterback in the league and the Packers won't run enough to lower Rogers' fantasy ceiling. Injuries to Kenneth Dixon makes Collins one of the safest early picks in the draft. He's young, proved he could deliver, and did it without a fully-activated offensive line. Marshal Yanda's return and Dixon's injury issues rendering a big gap between Collins and the rest of the depth chart makes the Ravens runner a easy choice. If you're drafting from the middle or late turn and embracing a draft with elements of the Upsdie Down Draft Strategy, Collins should be the top option on your list because there aren't as many runners in this strategy as the others.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
4.09-4.12
4.05-4.08
4.01-4.04
Round 4 Targets
Alex Collins
Alex Collins
Alex Collins
Marvin Jones
Marvin Jones
Marvin Jones
Jay Ajayi
Jay Ajayi
Jay Ajayi
JuJu Smith-Schuster
JuJu Smith-Schuster
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Demaryius Thomas
Demaryius Thomas
Demaryius Thomas
Golden Tate
Golden Tate
Golden Tate
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson
Tom Brady
Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Round 4 Commentary: There are enough strong values at receiver this year that if you opt to double-up with the combination of Collins and Ajayi, you're not crazy. However, the best value of this draft remains Marvin Jones. He should be available in the fifth round, but you can do so mocks to determine the best place to target him, if at all. After you go through this list and map out potential teams you can build with this plan, you may find that this is also a good time to consider a quarterback and Wilson and Brady are among the safest options around.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
5.01-5.04
5.05-5.08
5.09-5.12
Round 5 Targets
Marvin Jones
Marvin Jones
Marvin Jones
JuJu Smith-Schuster
JuJu Smith-Schuster
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Golden Tate
Golden Tate
Golden Tate
Jimmy Graham
Jimmy Graham
Jimmy Graham
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson
Tom Brady
Tom Brady
Tom Brady
Drew Brees
Drew Brees
Drew Brees
Tevin Coleman
Tevin Coleman
Tevin Coleman
Delanie Walker
Delanie Walker
Delanie Walker

Round 5 Commentary: Many of the fourth round recommendations are available in the fifth. Although there are actual starting running backs with a fifth-round price tag in drafts this year, none of them are proven players with a good track record of health. Coleman is a multi-year top-24 fantasy producer at his position and could become a feature back if Devonta Freeman gets hurt.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
6.09-6.12
6.05-6.08
6.01-6.04
Round 6 Targets
Sammy Watkins
Sammy Watkins
Sammy Watkins
Corey Davis
Corey Davis
Corey Davis
Drew Brees
Drew Brees
Drew Brees
Tevin Coleman
Tevin Coleman
Tevin Coleman
Delanie Walker
Delanie Walker
Delanie Walker
Emmanuel Sanders
Emmanuel Sanders
Emmanuel Sanders
Marquise Goodwin
Marquise Goodwin
Marquise Goodwin
Kyle Rudolph

Round 6 Commentary: As you get deeper into the list, it becomes clear that it's wise to take two or three of Gurley, Elliott, Bell, Howard, Collins, Ajayi, and Coleman during the first six rounds. If you find that you need to take a risk on a runner not on this list, Royce Freeman is just good enough of a blocker that he should progress enough to earn the starting nod — especially with Devontae Booker's difficulty developing the proper patience for a zone runner. The sixth round is also one of the spots in this conservative plan that has some higher-risk options, namely Watkins and Davis. While both have the skills and upside to earn a post on this list, Watkins has been an injury risk throughout his career and Davis lacks a proven quarterback and we've only seen flashes of his ability on the field. A conservative draft plan will have some level of risk-reward embedded in it and these two qualify.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
7.01-7.04
7.05-7.08
7.09-7.12
Round 7 Targets
Drew Brees
Marshawn Lynch
Marshawn Lynch
Marshawn Lynch
Kerryon Johnson
Kerryon Johnson
Kerryon Johnson
Sammy Watkins
Emmanuel Sanders
Sammy Watkins
Delanie Walker
Marquise Goodwin
Delanie Walker
Emmanuel Sanders
Kyle Rudolph
Emmanuel Sanders
Marquise Goodwin
Marquise Goodwin
Kyle Rudolph
Kyle Rudolph

Round 7 Commentary: Lynch qualifies as a risk to most but he's a great running back and great running backs know how to maintain a healthy routine and don't rely solely on physical prowess. There's enough evidence on last year's tape and this year's practices that he's among the safest mid-range picks a high-priority option despite the tremendous volatility of his draft value. This volatility has to do with the split between fans and analysts who lean on data without context and those who don't ignore what they're seeing on the field. Monitor Lynch's ADP closely because if you have only selected two runners through the first five rounds, Lynch is one of those few higher-risk reaches that's appropriate to make in the sixth round. Even with a conservative plan, there's room for one reach every 5-7 rounds.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
8.09-8.12
8.05-8.08
8.01-.04
Round 8 Targets
Robert Woods
Robert Woods
Marshawn Lynch
Matthew Stafford
Matthew Stafford
Emmanuel Sanders
Jimmy Garappolo
Jimmy Garappolo
Robert Woods
Jordy Nelson
Jordy Nelson
Marquise Goodwin
Jamison Crowder
Jamison Crowder
Matthew Stafford
Cooper Kupp
Cooper Kupp
Jimmy Garappolo
Devin Funchess
Devin Funchess
Jordy Nelson
Jamison Crowder
Cooper Kupp
Devin Funchess

Round 8 Commentary: If you've been waiting to take a quarterback but don't want to get caught up in the run an miss one of the targeted values, make it a priority to take a passer here. You should have enough value at receiver and running back at this point to do so.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
9.01-9.04
9.05-9.08
9.09-9.12
Round 9 Targets
Robert Woods
Matthew Stafford
Matthew Stafford
Matthew Stafford
Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers
Jared Goff
Jared Goff
Jared Goff
Jimmy Garappolo
Jimmy Garappolo
Jimmy Garappolo
Jordy Nelson
Jordy Nelson
Jordy Nelson
Matt Ryan
Matt Ryan
Matt Ryan
C.J. Anderson
C.J. Anderson
C.J. Anderson

Round 9 Commentary: If you've feeling confident about waiting on quarterback until now, Rivers and Goff have the surrounding talent to deliver top-five production this year. Woods is one of the safest receivers in this range of the draft and undervalued because he'll likely lead the Rams in receptions and yards. Nelson is looking like a better value with each passing week of training camp. Although Anderson isn't the starter, he is a proven player in an offense that intends to run at a high volume and he could earn red zone looks even as the lesser portion of the Carolina committee.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
10.09-10.12
10.05-10.08
10.01-10.04
Round 10 Targets
Patrick Mahomes
Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers
Allen Hurns
Patrick Mahomes
Patrick Mahomes
Chris Carson
Jared Goff
Jared Goff
Rams Def
Allen Hurns
Jordy Nelson
D.J. Moore
Matt Ryan
Allen Hurns
Calvin Ridley
C.J. Anderson
Matt Ryan
David Njoku
Rams Def
C.J. Anderson
Jaguars Def
Rams Def

Round 10 Commentary: If you find that Goff, Rivers and Mahomes are falling to the 10th round while conducting mocks, then it's worth the risk of waiting until the 9th round and doubling up on quarterbacks. There aren't many recommended passers with great upside beyond this point, so map this out wisely. If you need a backup tight end, Njoku is a nice upside choice here and there aren't many more of his profile after this point. Draft only one defense and play the waiver wire during your bye week. The pair recommendations above are two of the best — even if you elicit jokes at your expense for taking one this early.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
11.01-11.04
11.05-11.08
11.09-11.12
Round 11 Targets
Allen Hurns
Allen Hurns
Marqise Lee
Chris Carson
Marqise Lee
Giovani Bernard
Rams Def
Giovani Bernard
D.J. Moore
Marqise Lee
D.J. Moore
Calvin Ridley
Giovani Bernard
Calvin Ridley
David Njoku
D.J. Moore
David Njoku
Derek Carr
Calvin Ridley
Derek Carr
David Njoku
Derek Carr

Round 11 Commentary: If you missed on your quarterbacks, Carr is that "last chance" opportunity for a potential top-five producer. Yes, Jon Gruden's offenses have great balance when there's worthwhile personnel on the squad and the Raiders qualify. Although Bernard and Carson are good options at this stage of the draft, there are also equally good options at Rounds 13-16 — arguably better.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
12.09-12.12
12.05-12.08
12.01-12.04
Round 12 Targets
Derek Carr
Derek Carr
Marqise Lee
Doug Martin
Doug Martin
Giovani Bernard
Kenny Golladay
Mike Williams
Derek Carr
Michael Gallup
Kenny Golladay
Doug Martin
Broncos Def
Michael Gallup
Mike Williams
Texans Def
Broncos Def
Kenny Golladay
Stephen Gostkowski
Texans Def
Michael Gallup
Greg Zuerlein
Broncos Def
Justin Tucker
Texans Def

Round 12 Commentary: This is another good time to take a defense so you're not expending too much energy trying to acquire a good match-up on the waiver wire. Be honest with yourself if you don't have the energy and time to research that angle every week and prioritize it within the scope of other needs. It appears that Doug Martin's value has shred of volatility with the praise that Chris Warren has earned during the preseason. However, Martin is a proven option and some of that speculation about Martin is click bait. Considering what the Raiders have planned, it couldn't hurt to take all three backs based on where they're available. However, you can probably wait until the 13th round.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
13.01-13.04
13.05-13.08
13.09-13.12
Round 13 Targets
Bilal Powell
Bilal Powell
Bilal Powell
Doug Martin
Doug Martin
Keelan Cole
Kenny Golladay
Keelan Cole
Anthony Miller
Keelan Cole
Anthony Miller
Broncos Def
Anthony Miller
Broncos Def
Texans Def
Broncos Def
Texans Def
Stephen Gostkowski
Texans Def
Stephen Gostkowski
Greg Zuerlein
Stephen Gostkowski
Greg Zuerlein
Justin Tucker
Greg Zuerlein
Justin Tucker
Justin Tucker

Round 13 Commentary: If you want to diversify your running back choices, Powell is a solid alternative but with less upside than Martin. There are also a few more high-upside backs with decent floors of production for consideration for the next few rounds. Once again, if you don't want to mess around with defenses and kickers throughout the season, begin considering them now. Plus, there are some great upside picks available during the final two rounds who will be available while much of your league is finishing with a run at kicker.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
14.09-14.12
14.05-14.08
14.01-14.04
Round 14 Targets
Peyton Barber
Peyton Barber
Peyton Barber
LeGarrette Blount
Bilal Powell
Bilal Powell
Paul Richardson
LeGarrette Blount
LeGarrette Blount
Anthony Miller
Paul Richardson
Paul Richardson
Cameron Brate
Anthony Miller
Anthony Miller
Case Keenum
Cameron Brate
Broncos Def
Blake Bortles
Case Keenum
Texans Def
Blake Bortles
Justin Tucker
Cameron Brate
Case Keenum
Blake Bortles

Round 14 Commentary: Peyton Barber. LeGarrette Blount. Paul Richardson. Anthony Miller. I repeat...Peyton Barber. LeGarrette Blount. Paul Richardson. Anthony Miller.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
15.01-15.04
15.05-15.08
15.09-15.12
Round 15 Targets
Peyton Barber
Peyton Barber
LeGarrette Blount
LeGarrette Blount
LeGarrette Blount
Paul Richardson
Paul Richardson
Paul Richardson
Tyrell Williams
Tyrell Williams
Tyrell Williams
Chris Ivory
Anthony Miller
Cameron Brate
Harrison Butker
Cameron Brate
Case Keenum
Martavis Bryant
Case Keenum
Chris Ivory
Blake Bortles
Harrison Butker
Chris Ivory
Martavis Bryant
Harrison Butker
Martavis Bryant

Round 15 Commentary: See Round 14. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
16.09-16.12
16.05-16.08
16.01-16.04
Round 16 Targets
Chris Godwin
Chris Godwin
Chris Godwin
Frank Gore
Frank Gore
Frank Gore
Rob Kelley
Rob Kelley
LeGarrette Blount
DeSean Jackson
DeSean Jackson
Rob Kelley
Spencer Ware
Spencer Ware
Paul Richardson
Chris Ivory
Chris Ivory
DeSean Jackson
Harrison Butker
Harrison Butker
Spencer Ware
Martavis Bryant
Martavis Bryant
Chris Ivory
Ricky Seals-Jones
Ricky Seals-Jones
Harrison Butker
Dez Bryant
Dez Bryant
Martavis Bryant
Christian Kirk
Christian Kirk
Ricky Seals-Jones
Dez Bryant
Christian Kirk

Round 16 Commentary: Who knows how long Godwin, Gore, Kelly, and Cole will be available this late. This is borderline nutty that these options are here because all four are a piece of the starter puzzle and potentially have top-15 value at their positions.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
17.01-17.04
17.05-17.08
17.09-17.12
Round 17 Targets
Chris Godwin
Chris Godwin
Chris Godwin
Frank Gore
Frank Gore
Frank Gore
Rob Kelley
Rob Kelley
DeSean Jackson
DeSean Jackson
DeSean Jackson
Austin Hooper
Austin Hooper
Austin Hooper
T.J. Yeldon
T.J. Yeldon
T.J. Yeldon
Spencer Ware
Spencer Ware
Spencer Ware
Martavis Bryant
Martavis Bryant
Ricky Seals-Jones
Dez Bryant

Round 17 Commentary: See Round 16's commentary.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
18.09-18.12
18.05-18.08
18.01-18.04
Round 18 Targets
Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson
T.J. Yeldon
T.J. Yeldon
T.J. Yeldon
Ben Watson
Spencer Ware
Spencer Ware
Tyrod Taylor
Ben Watson
Ben Watson
Dan Bailey
Tyrod Taylor
Tyrod Taylor
Matt Prater
Courtland Sutton
Courtland Sutton
Robbie Gould
Dan Bailey
Dan Bailey
Matt Prater
Matt Prater

Round 18 Commentary: Yeldon, Ware, Watson, and Taylor are safe options with upside. If you waited on a kicker, take one now so you can have more upside picks at receiver and runner to end your draft. Demarcus Robinson is an excellent option worth consideration this late.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
19.01-19.04
19.05-19.08
19.09-19.12
Round 19 Targets
Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson
Ben Watson
Matt Prater
Matt Prater
Tyrod Taylor
Eric Decker
Eric Decker
Dan Bailey
John Brown
John Brown
Matt Prater
Mason Crosby
Mason Crosby
Eric Decker
Vernon Davis
Vernon Davis
John Brown
Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson
Mason Crosby
Ted Ginn
Ted Ginn
Vernon Davis
Jake Butt
Jake Butt
Lamar Jackson
Dante Pettis
Dante Pettis
Ted Ginn
Terrelle Pryor
Terrelle Pryor
Jake Butt
Dallas Goedert
Dallas Goedert
Dante Pettis
Terrelle Pryor
Dallas Goedert

Round 19 Commentary: Some of my favorite upside picks are Brown, Pettis, and Jackson. If Robinson is still here and you aren't a believer, it's time to take a risk. You also have to consider options like James Washington of Pittsburgh and Jake Kumerow of Green Bay.

Draft Spot
Early Turn
Middle Spot
Late Turn
Picks
20.09-20.12
20.05-20.08
20.01-20.04
Round 20 Targets
Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson
Matt Prater
Matt Prater
Matt Prater
Eric Decker
Eric Decker
Eric Decker
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
Mason Crosby
Mason Crosby
Mason Crosby
Vernon Davis
Vernon Davis
Vernon Davis
Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson
Ted Ginn
Ted Ginn
Ted Ginn
Jake Butt
Jake Butt
Jake Butt
Dante Pettis
Dante Pettis
Dante Pettis
Terrelle Pryor
Terrelle Pryor
Terrelle Pryor
Dallas Goedert
Dallas Goedert
Dallas Goedert
Jonathan Stewart
Jonathan Stewart
Jonathan Stewart
Chase Edmonds
Chase Edmonds
Chase Edmonds
John Kelley
John Kelley
John Kelley
Cole Beasley
Cole Beasley
Cole Beasley
Keke Coutee
Keke Coutee
Keke Coutee
Ryan Switzer
Ryan Switzer
Ryan Switzer
Taywan Taylor
Taywan Taylor
Taywan Taylor
Taylor Gabriel
Taylor Gabriel
Taylor Gabriel

Round 20 Commentary: See Round 19.

Early Draft Spot Low-Risk Sample Team (1st Spot)

This doesn't looks like a conservative draft unless you've gone back in time to 1995. However, the receivers are options I believe are safe picks. I could have taken Robert Woods ahead of Lynch to bolster this corps but even so, you're not getting the traditional-looking primary receivers with this list. Again, a conservative track isn't the herd mentality; it's another extreme end of the spectrum. I'd easily roll with this team.

  1. Todd Gurley
  2. Travis Kelce
  3. Jordan Howard
  4. Marvin Jones
  5. Jay Ajayi
  6. Sammy Watkins
  7. Cooper Kupp
  8. Marshawn Lynch
  9. Jordy Nelson
  10. Philip Rivers
  11. Patrick Mahomes
  12. LA Rams Def
  13. Paul Richardson
  14. Peyton Barber
  15. Chris Godwin
  16. Anthony Miller
  17. LeGarrette Blount
  18. Matt Prater
  19. John Kelly
  20. Dante Pettis

Middle Draft Spot Low-Risk Sample Team (7th Spot)

Considering that tight end is one of the easiest positions to play the match-ups, I opted to build depth at receiver and tight end with this draft and wound up with a strong array of players. I seriously considered going back-to-back with Njoku and Cameron Brate but decided I wanted more receivers and runners. As you'll begin to see with all three risk levels, there are many players in common, which should make the few differences stand out.

  1. DeAndre Hopkins
  2. Michael Thomas
  3. Jordan Howard
  4. Alex Collins
  5. Marquise Goodwin
  6. Sammy Watkins
  7. Marshawn Lynch
  8. Kerryon Johnson
  9. Jared Goff
  10. Philip Rivers
  11. David Njoku
  12. La Rams Def
  13. Keelan Cole
  14. Frank Gore
  15. Peyton Barber
  16. Chris Godwin
  17. Harrison Butker
  18. Michael Gallup
  19. Ricky Seals-Jones
  20. John Kelly

Late Draft Spot Low-Risk Sample Team (12th Spot)

Here's another squad where I waited on the tight end position because I would have had to take Kelce at the first turn or reach a bit Walker. It made more sense to collect good backs and receivers. If I wind up with a surplus, the easiest position to acquire on the waiver wire is a usable bye-week tight end and it's also the easiest position to acquire a weekly starter via trade.

  1. Odell Beckham, Jr.
  2. Keenan Allen
  3. Alex Collins
  4. Amari Cooper
  5. Sammy Watkins
  6. Tevin Coleman
  7. Marshawn Lynch
  8. Kerryon Johnson
  9. Jordy Nelson
  10. Jared Goff
  11. Derek Carr
  12. David Njoku
  13. LA Rams Def
  14. Keelan Cole
  15. Peyton Barber
  16. LeGarrette Blount
  17. Harrison Butker
  18. Jordan Wilkins
  19. Ricky Seals-Jones
  20. Dante Pettis

For more Choose Your Own Adventure Draft Plans, check out the moderate and high risk-reward options.