Drafting solid core players in the early rounds paired with the ability to pick players that will outperform their draft position in the later rounds is the formula for any successful fantasy football draft. Keep in mind that with every sleeper, there is a bit of risk involved. We have often seen a tendency to draft over-hyped sleepers too early, which completely defeats the purpose. So with that being said, be sure to load up on proven players first, and then as the mid-to-late rounds approach you may want to take a gamble on some of the players on this list. If you have any fantasy football questions about a sleepers, busts, or who to draft, feel free to post them in our Fantasy Sports Forum.