Fantasy Football ADP - Draft Board and Grid

Check the average draft position for fantasy football players across top platforms. ADP helps you find the best fantasy football values.
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What is ADP?

Average draft position, or ADP for short, is a very simple but important fantasy football tool. ADP reflects current market sentiment around players by displaying their current average draft position in numerical terms.

Why is ADP important for fantasy football?

ADP data helps fantasy GMs create viable draft strategies that can help avoid over-drafting certain players while also identifying good value opportunities as the drafts unfold and can be applied to redraft, dynasty, and best ball formats. An accurate ADP tracker helps drafters:

  • Map out an optimal draft plan or draft structure based on current market sentiment
  • Gain a better understanding of how certain players are being viewed by the market and avoid overdrafting those players
  • Identify good value opportunities when players fall past their ADPs

ADP can also help players understand what draft structure might be most optimal for the upcoming season. Zero RBanchor RB, and hyperfragile RB are all viable draft strategies, but utilizing these strategies requires understanding how to build a roster based on player ADPs, specifically when bellcow RBs and WR1s are generally being selected.

Tracking best ball ADP can allow drafters to decide which strategy is optimal for a particular draft based on current ADP and which players could fall to each pick. 

What ADP do we track?

Having an accurate ADP tracking tool is important for fantasy, as players’ ADPs can change rapidly from week to week or even day to day depending on news and injuries. As such, ADP is only useful if it reflects the most up-to-date information on when players are being drafted, on average. A stale or outdated set of ADP data would give misleading information that could lead to drafters over-drafting players or missing out on target players with rising ADPs.

Additionally, tracking ADP across multiple sites is ideal, as not every fantasy football site or league uses the same scoring methods. Understanding what kinds of leagues value certain players over others is another important way to use ADP. Our ADP tool currently tracks the following sites:

  • ESPN
  • Sleeper
  • Yahoo!
  • Underdog
  • NFFC
  • FFPC

When is the ADP data in this table updated?

The ADP tool at is updated weekly and will continue to be updated up until the regular season begins.