Now, he's identified the players that present the most risk at their current ADPs in Round 1 through Round 10.
One we'll give away: Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake.
"At the end of last season, Kenyan Drake was the guy in the Miami backfield, averaging at least 4.4 yards per carry in each of his final five contests," Franciscovich said. "But a Round 4 asking price is simply too steep when you've got much safer investments with well-defined roles like the Vikings top two receivers (Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen), Doug Baldwin and Zach Ertz going in the same round."
Franciscovich has also identified a high-profile quarterback who is a major gamble at his current ADP.