This article is part of our Football Draft Kit series.
Whose stock is on the rise? Whose isn't? And who's being underappreciated? Compiled from this year's crop of Training Camp Previews, the RotoWire staff pegs three players per team that prospective fantasy owners need to be aware of heading into draft season.
By Eric Caturia
RISING: J.J. Nelson
Boasting none of the perceived health concerns of John Brown, Nelson has reeled off 19.3 yards per catch and nine TDs in two seasons. Further understanding of the offense could help Nelson complement Larry Fitzgerald.
FALLING: Andre Ellington
Ellington attempted a move from RB to WR due to David Johnson's emergence as a bell-cow back, but those plans were nixed in the middle of the offseason program. Now, Ellington could be a roster casualty with a subpar camp.
SLEEPER: John Brown
If Brown's woes from last season have been alleviated by an offseason procedure on his spine, he may recapture his form from 2014-15, when he recorded 8.3 yards per target and made 12 end-zone visits.
By Mike Wendt
RISING: Austin Hooper
Atlanta has been searching for a reliable tight end since the retirement of Tony Gonzalez, and Hooper may just be that guy. Matt Ryan looked his way more often in the playoffs, a trend that may continue in 2017.
FALLING: Devonta Freeman
Freeman has struggled to be effective running out of shotgun sets, something that he may see more of under new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian. Ten touchdowns