21. Sam Darnold, Jets
If you want to take a chance in the later rounds, considering drafting Darnold. He flashed enough potential last season that it’s not impossible to see a breakout season. The Jets will obviously be looking to run the ball a little more with Le’Veon Bell, but Bell will also catch plenty of passes and add to Darnold’s passing totals.
The caveat with Darnold is his interceptions, which nearly matched his touchdowns last season. He was turnover prone in college too, so it’s a problem that could always follow him around. You also have to decide how you feel about the receiving trio of Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, and Jamison Crowder. It’s not the most formidable group, but it could be enough to help Darnold rack up some fantasy points.
Top Target: Robby Anderson
Secondary Target: Le’Veon Bell