Best Ball ADP Stock Report – June 27

Each Tuesday, I will analyze the Underdog Fantasy ADP Report which shows the biggest risers and fallers from the last week. I’m highlighting the 20 biggest risers and 20 biggest fallers in ADP this past week. Then I will list the players I am most bullish (continuing to buy) and bearish (not buying).

The Bullish and Bearish players listed could be from both the biggest risers and biggest fallers of the week on Underdog. For Risers, you could look at it two ways. Either the price is now too steep and I’m going to hold off buying more or I’m going to get more shares because I think the price will go up further throughout best ball season. For Fallers, the same applies that you may think they’ll continue to fall so you’ll wait, or you may think this is a good buy spot.

I’m not going to make a position on every player in risers and fallers list. But I’ll make a position on the players that I have the strongest stance on this week.

Look for this weekly column every Tuesday night! And hopefully, this helps your best ball draft process this summer as ADPs evolve.



(Biggest ADP change starting from the top)

Name:Position:Team:Current ADP:ADP Change:
Parris CampbellWRNYG180.56-17.84
Luke MusgraveTEGB199.15-5.41
Kenneth GainwellRBPHI177.19-5.28
Taysom HillTENO166.57-4.17
Jaylen WarrenRBPIT135.81-3.97
Romeo DoubsWRGB126.61-3.93
Skyy MooreWRKC114.73-3.83
Alexander MattisonRBMIN60.98-3.59
Brock PurdyQBSF181.19-3.38
Van JeffersonWRLAR142.88-3.34
Antonio GibsonRBWAS103.62-3.27
Khalil ShakirWRBUF184.53-2.83
Nico CollinsWRHOU132.54-2.7
Tyler BoydWRCIN104.18-2.68
Marquez Valdes-ScantlingWRKC153.2-2.6
Isaiah HodginsWRNYG176.55-2.54
Cordarrelle PattersonRBATL207.71-2.44
Tim PatrickWRDEN202.8-2.43
Pierre StrongRBNE204.04-2.33
Brandon AiyukWRSF52.28-2.3




(Biggest ADP change starting from the bottom)

Name:Pos:Team:Current ADP:ADP Change:
Ezekiel ElliottRB1761.76
Cole KmetTECHI146.741.77
Michael PittmanWRIND61.271.8
Ty ChandlerRBMIN192.591.84
Robert WoodsWRHOU206.551.85
Devon AchaneRBMIA120.371.93
Evan EngramTEJAX97.021.94
Chase BrownRBCIN190.212.14
Miles SandersRBCAR63.892.16
David NjokuTECLE104.892.31
Dalton SchultzTEHOU138.682.38
Jonathan MingoWRCAR137.942.7
Rashee RiceWRKC140.582.74
Dalvin CookRB83.413.55
Josh DownsWRIND202.913.64
Chase ClaypoolWRCHI201.294.49
Michael MayerTELV208.665.02
Wan’Dale RobinsonWRNYG187.697.83
Trey LanceQBSF207.328.39
Jalin HyattWRNYG178.4811.31



-QB Brock Purdy – Purdy was my cover boy last week and he stays on my bullish list this week. The 49ers were in the top 10 in most offensive statistical categories last year and I think the offense could be even better this year. So this is still too cheap access to this top offense.

-RB Kenneth Gainwell – Another one that stays on the bullish list even though his price continues to rise.  I have a ton of shares of Gainwell, but I still think he’s too cheap.

-TE Luke Musgrave – His price keeps rising but it’s definitely not high enough for me to jump off. Grab more shares before it his price continues to skyrocket throughout preseason.

-TE Michael Mayer – Still bullish and still do not understand why Mayer has continued to fall. I’m guessing it’s uncertainty about Jimmy Garappolo’s health. But have faith that Jimmy G will be the starter or they have a good backup plan. This is incredible value to get this talented rookie TE in an offense that likes targeting TEs (HC Josh McDaniels and Garappolo).

-RB Dalvin Cook – I would continue to take more Cook because once he lands with the Dolphins or any decent spot, his price will rise significantly more.

-RB Ty Chandler – This is one late-round handcuff I’m interested in, especially with his price falling a bit. Mattison has never had a season-long bell cow role, so I think Chandler will have a nice RB2 role.

-WR Rashee Rice – Pinning down a Chiefs’ receiving option is hard outside of Kelce, but I like the rookie here if his price is falling. Hopefully, he can get involved early and play that JuJu slot role.

-RB Miles Sanders – I still think Sanders has a great role on the Panthers and will happily draft him a discount.

-TE David Njoku – His price may be falling due to fear that DeAndre Hopkins could land in Cleveland. But I’ll take a little discount on a redzone weapon on a good offense.

-WR Tim Patrick – I think if he continues to show his recovery is going well, his price will rise more each month. I have a lot of Patrick shares already because I’m bullish on a Sean Payton-led Broncos offense and this is cheap exposure to that.


-WR Parris Campbell – Still bearish – The Giants’ WR room is so crowded, I’m not going to draft a receiver who is up 17 spots. If I’m drafting a Giants’ receiver, I’ll take the discount with Darius Slayton or a slightly elevated price in Isaiah Hodgins.

-WR Jalin Hyatt & Wandale Robinson – See above. I think these two Giants’ receivers are falling for good reason. Such a crowded room and I’d rather follow the talent of Hodgins and the talent/salary of Slayton playing on the outside. Hyatt is one rookie receiver that I don’t think is in a strong position to break out his rookie year.

-QB Trey Lance – Still bearish – Obviously if I think Purdy is QB1 in San Francisco, then I’m fading Lance.

-WR Romeo Doubs – Still bearish – He rose massively last preseason and didn’t do much his rookie year. I really like rookie Packers’ WR Jayden Reed and would rather draft him for a better price.

-RB Pierre Strong – I get that now he’s in line to have the RB2 role. But this is not a handcuff I’m interested in at a rising price.

-WR Brandon Aiyuk – I have not been on Aiyuk this best ball season and do not like his range of receivers. I think he’s the 4th target in the 49ers offense and this is a situation where I’m more interested in the stud weapons.

-RB Cordarrelle Patterson – I know he can be used as a weapon, but I’m not interested in an aging Patterson with a stud in Bijan Robinson and a great 2nd RB in Tyler Allegier in front of him.

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