Dynasty Rankings 2023: Top Fantasy Options at WR Include Justin Jefferson, Ja’Marr Chase, and Amon-Ra St. Brown

One of the most valuable positions and cornerstones of a championship-contending roster, here are the updated 2023 dynasty wide receiver rankings.

With the dramatic shift in dynasty leagues recently to prioritize the wide receiver position, understanding the value of players and where to take advantage of ADP (Average Draft Position) is now more important than ever. With that in mind, here are our current 2023 dynasty WR rankings to help you dominate your fantasy football league.

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Top Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings

The below rankings are intended as a guide for PPR formats. They do not take into account individual league rules and setups. These rankings include veterans and rookies. If you want to see how the rookie options rank compared to each other for this offseason, check out the 2023 dynasty rookie rankings.

Additionally, you can see the rest of PFN’s dynasty rankings here:
RB | TE | QB | Superflex

1) Justin Jefferson | MIN
2) Ja’Marr Chase | CIN
3) CeeDee Lamb | DAL
4) Garrett Wilson | NYJ
5) A.J. Brown | PHI
6) Amon-Ra St. Brown | DET
7) Jaylen Waddle | MIA
8) Tyreek Hill | MIA
9) Chris Olave | NO
10) Stefon Diggs | BUF
11) Tee Higgins | CIN
12) Cooper Kupp | LAR
13) Drake London | ATL
14) DK Metcalf | SEA
15) DeVonta Smith | PHI
16) Davante Adams | LV
17) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | SEA
18) DJ Moore | CHI
19) Chris Godwin | TB
20) Michael Pittman Jr. | IND
21) Christian Watson | GB
22) Brandon Aiyuk | SF
23) Deebo Samuel | SF
24) Treylon Burks | TEN
25) Jerry Jeudy | DEN

26) Jordan Addison | MIN
27) Terry McLaurin | WAS
28) Jahan Dotson | WAS
29) Quentin Johnston | LAC
30) Jameson Williams | DET
31) Zay Flowers | BAL
32) Diontae Johnson | PIT
33) George Pickens | PIT
34) Marquise Brown | ARI
35) Christian Kirk | JAX
36) Amari Cooper | CLE
37) Elijah Moore | CLE
38) Calvin Ridley | JAX
39) Rashod Bateman | BAL
40) DeAndre Hopkins | FA
41) Mike Williams | LAC
42) Keenan Allen | LAC
43) Mike Evans | TB
44) Kadarius Toney | KC
45) Tyler Lockett | SEA
46) Gabe Davis | BUF
47) Courtland Sutton | DEN
48) Marvin Mims Jr. | DEN
49) JuJu Smith-Schuster | NE
50) Jayden Reed | GB

51) Jonathan Mingo | CAR
52) Jakobi Meyers | LV
53) Darnell Mooney | CHI
54) Josh Downs | IND
55) Brandin Cooks | DAL
56) Jalin Hyatt | NYG
57) Skyy Moore | KC
58) Wan’Dale Robinson | NYG
59) Rondale Moore | ARI
60) Alec Pierce | IND
61) Rashee Rice | KC
62) Nico Collins | HOU
63) Cedric Tillman | CLE
64) Donovan Peoples-Jones | CLE
65) Chase Claypool | CHI
66) Michael Thomas | NO
67) Romeo Doubs | GB
68) Tyler Boyd | CIN
69) DJ Chark Jr. | CAR
70) Michael Gallup | DAL
71) John Metchie III | HOU
72) Curtis Samuel | WAS
73) Odell Beckham Jr. | BAL
74) Hunter Renfrow | LV
75) Joshua Palmer | LAC

76) Allen Lazard | NYJ
77) Michael Wilson | ARI
78) Zay Jones | JAX
79) Adam Thielen | CAR
80) Terrace Marshall Jr. | CAR
81) Kayshon Boutte | NE
82) Isaiah Hodgins | NYG
83) Rashid Shaheed | NO
84) Kyle Philips | TEN
85) Tank Dell | HOU
86) K.J. Osborn | MIN
87) Khalil Shakir | BUF
88) Tyquan Thornton | NE
89) Mecole Hardman | NYJ
90) Tyler Scott | CHI
91) Corey Davis | NYJ
92) Allen Robinson II | PIT
93) Parris Campbell | NYG
94) Van Jefferson | LAR
95) Xavier Hutchinson | HOU
96) Parker Washington | JAX
97) Tim Patrick | DEN
98) Darius Slayton | NYG
99) Puka Nacua | LAR
100) Robert Woods | HOU

101) Russell Gage | TB
102) A.T. Perry | NO
103) David Bell | CLE
104) DeVante Parker | NE
105) Marquez Valdes-Scantling | KC
106) Jalen Tolbert | DAL
107) Laviska Shenault Jr. | CAR
108) KJ Hamler | DEN
109) Trey Palmer | TB
110) Isaiah McKenzie | IND
111) Devin Duvernay | BAL
112) Velus Jones Jr. | CHI
113) Dontayvion Wicks | GB
114) Kendrick Bourne | NE
115) Sterling Shepard | NYG
116) Greg Dortch | ARI
117) Marvin Jones Jr. | DET
118) Calvin Austin III | PIT
119) Tutu Atwell | LAR
120) Charlie Jones | CIN
121) Josh Reynolds | DET
122) Justyn Ross | KC
123) Robbie Chosen | MIA
124) Richie James Jr. | KC
125) Dyami Brown | WAS

126) Andrei Iosivas | CIN
127) Nelson Agholor | BAL
128) Danny Gray | SF
129) Jarvis Landry | FA
130) Marquez Callaway | DEN
131) Tre Tucker | LV
132) Quez Watkins | PHI
133) Braxton Berrios | MIA
134) Julio Jones | FA
135) Nick Westbrook-Ikhine | TEN
136) Noah Brown | HOU
137) Jamison Crowder | NYG
138) Mack Hollins | ATL
139) Cedrick Wilson Jr. | MIA
140) Deonte Harty | BUF
141) Kalif Raymond | DET
142) Denzel Mims | NYJ
143) Ben Skowronek | LAR
144) Tre’Quan Smith | NO
145) Rakim Jarrett | TB
146) Olamide Zaccheaus | PHI
147) Amari Rodgers | HOU
148) Justin Shorter | BUF
149) Dee Eskridge | SEA
150) Derius Davis | LAC

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Who Are the Best Wide Receivers To Draft in Dynasty?

The value of the WR position has shot up drastically in dynasty over recent seasons. The influx of talented rookies that are coming into the NFL and are able to produce right away has dramatically changed the way dynasty managers need to be thinking about the position.

With that in mind, who are some key players that you should be targeting as you move down the ADP queue in your dynasty startup drafts?

Despite being a bit underrated in the 2022 NFL Draft coming out of Ohio State, Chris Olave has quickly proven that he belongs in the top 10 of dynasty WR rankings. During his rookie season, in the face of lackluster QB play, Olave was able to command an impressive 119 targets and crossed the threshold of 1,000 receiving yards.

Now, Derek Carr enters the picture for the Saints’ offense, which should translate to big things for Olave entering his second NFL season. Carr has shown no hesitancy in pushing the ball downfield when the opportunity presents itself — even with less-talented receiving options — and that’s going to present Olave with the potential to break out in a major way in 2023.

Olave’s ADP means that you’re going to have to select him above several other more-proven players, but his age (22 years old) and potential should have you excited to hit the draft button.

Brandon Aiyuk has improved dramatically from his rookie season as a route runner and as a fantasy football asset. Despite being consistently viewed behind Deebo Samuel on the depth chart in San Francisco, Aiyuk has quietly emerged as a more consistent option for fantasy lineups.

In 2022, Aiyuk ended the season as the WR15 in half-PPR scoring formats by averaging 11.1 fantasy points per game. Samuel (despite being selected multiple rounds higher in fantasy drafts in August) ended the year as the WR38 in half-PPR formats and averaged just 10.8 fantasy points per contest.

Dynasty managers have not yet caught onto Aiyuk’s emergence this offseason, and his ADP continues to remain surprisingly low. The talented WR should not only continue to be solid for fantasy lineups in 2023, but his contract situation could lead to him playing elsewhere in 2024.

The 49ers picked up Aiyuk’s fifth-year option this offseason, but San Francisco is quickly going to run out of funds with all of the acquisitions they’ve made over the past few seasons. Aiyuk is going to be highly sought after on the open market, which will lead to a high asking price at the negotiation table.

It’s not out of the realm of possibilities that Aiyuk is shipped off at the trade deadline this season or into next offseason to be the clear No. 1 WR in a new offense. Dynasty managers always need to be thinking one or two steps ahead, and Aiyuk’s a worthy investment as a WR2 or WR3 on your roster.

Elijah Moore has quickly become forgotten about in dynasty leagues. After receiving unrealistic hype going into the 2022 season, managers experienced a wave of emotions after Moore’s dismal beginning to the season, which led to his fantasy football stock plummeting.

Moore now finds himself as a member of the Cleveland Browns going into 2023, and there’s plenty of optimism surrounding the talented (and still incredibly young) wideout from a fantasy standpoint due to the offense he’s in.

Deshaun Watson has been receiving rave reviews during the early parts of the Browns’ offseason. Moore could easily find himself as the No. 2 receiving target in this offense right out of the gates. The talent level is obvious when you watch his tape, but in 2022, the opportunity disappeared overnight.

There’s a case to be made that the target opportunity could be back even more than it was in his rookie season, but dynasty managers can get Moore numerous rounds later in their startup drafts this time around.

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