Dynasty Top 200 Rankings (June 2021)

Jun 28, 2021
Dynasty Top 200 Rankings (June 2021)

We are getting into the depths of summer where the last of the dynasty startups are occurring before the next NFL season. This will also be the last time that veterans will have a slight discount as contenders will be needing to fill key holes shortly after the fantasy season begins.

I will leverage my top 200 dynasty board and give analysis along with tiers that will give a rough idea of player value. While every league and dynasty player will view a player’s value differently, it should represent a guide for dynasty players to work from as they think about their existing rosters and how to approach the offseason and potential trades or cuts.

Other Dynasty Rankings: Superflex Top 200 | Top 50 Rookies

*Rankings Last Updated on June 28th, 2021.

Tier 1

1. Christian McCaffrey (RB1)

2. Alvin Kamara (RB2)

3. Jonathan Taylor (RB3)

4. Saquon Barkley (RB4)

5. DK Metcalf (WR1)

Some slight changes in order but the top five still includes the same players. I'm happy to start my draft off with any player from this list, even if others don't share my high opinion of Metcalf as a level above others at the position. The price remains around three random first-round picks being the initial cost (could take four or even five random first-round picks worth of value) to acquire one of these players.

Tier 2

6. A.J. Brown (WR2)

7. Tyreek Hill (WR3)

8. Justin Jefferson (WR4)

9. Dalvin Cook (RB5)

10. J.K. Dobbins (RB6)

11. Davante Adams (WR5)

12. D'Andre Swift (RB7)

13. CeeDee Lamb (WR6)

14. Nick Chubb (RB8)

15. Cam Akers (RB9)

16. Derrick Henry (RB10)

17. Najee Harris (RB11)

18. Stefon Diggs (WR7)

19. Calvin Ridley (WR8)

20. Ja'Marr Chase (WR9)

21. Aaron Jones (RB12)

22. Chris Godwin (WR10)

23. DeAndre Hopkins (WR11)

24. Terry McLaurin (WR12)

25. Tee Higgins (WR13)

26. Antonio Gibson (RB13)

27. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB14)

This tier largely stayed the same with minor moves up and down. This is an area where I'm willing to move up, a rarity for me in startups, because I really like the group here and several could slip into the third or even fourth round where the cost is a little lower. Multiple first-round rookie picks are needed here to trade for any player in this tier.

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