I have the fourth overall pick. I'm playing in a points-per-reception league (PPR), which means every reception is worth one point.
Round 3, Pick 4: Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals)
Round 4, Pick 9: Running back Kenyan Drake (Miami Dolphins)
Round 5, Pick 4: Wide receiver Marvin Jones (Detroit Lions)
Round 6, Pick 9: Wide receiver, Randall Cobb (Green Bay Packers)
Round 7, Pick 4: Tight end Trey Burton (Chicago Bears)
Round 8, Pick 9: Running back Sony Michel (New England Patriots)
Round 9, Pick 4: Quarterback Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts)
Round 10, Pick 9: Wide receiver Cameron Meredith (New Orleans Saints)
Round 11, Pick 4: Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (Atlanta Falcons)
Round 12, Pick 9: Philadelphia Eagles team defense/special teams
Round 13, Pick 4: Running back Corey Clement (Philadelphia Eagles)
Round 14, Pick 9: Quarterback Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)
Round 15, Pick 4: Kicker Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens)
Round 16, Pick 9: Wide receiver Tyrell Williams (Los Angeles Chargers)
• Running backs come off the board early, so it's almost a must to draft one during the first two rounds, as I like to do. Three during the first four rounds is ideal.
• Quarterback is a deep position. Wait until at least Round 8 to draft one this year, unless Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers can be selected during the fourth round.
• Tight end is another position you can wait on in 2018 beyond the top three players. New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is being drafted during the second round, while Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Philadelphia Eagles tight end Ertz have been going in the third round.
• Depth at running back and wide receiver is a must in 2018.