This article is part of our Football Draft Kit series.
In our version of sleepers and busts, we seek to identify players whose average draft position (ADP) makes them undervalued or overvalued. We asked some of our football writers for their favorite undervalued and overvalued players for the 2020 season. But remember, calling a player overvalued does not mean he will be awful this year. It simply means his risk outweighs the likelihood he returns his ADP value. We limited "busts" to an ADP top-10 QB/TE or top-25 RB/WR.
Odell Beckham, WR, Browns
Beckham is one of the most talented receivers in the history of the league, still only 27 years old and should be healthy after playing through abdominal injuries last year. Quarterback Baker Mayfield is better than he showed last season, and the Browns offense should improve under even a semi-competent head coach. Moreover, after an injured Jarvis Landry, the Browns' receiving depth chart is awfully thin. WR1 is in play should Beckham stay healthy and Mayfield resemble the player we thought he was going into last year.
Daniel Jones, QB, Giants
Coming off a promising rookie season, Jones should improve in Year 2 behind a much better offensive line and with the return to health of his key playmakers, after Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate, Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram each missed multiple games last season. Additionally, second-year deep threat Darius Slayton, with his 4.39 speed, is emerging as a potential star. Finally, new offensive coordinator Jason Garrett had success developing