Redraft Rankings 2023: Top Fantasy Options at WR Include Justin Jefferson, Cooper Kupp, and Amon-Ra St. Brown

    How do our top 150 redraft fantasy football WR rankings shape up as we move closer to the start of the 2023 NFL season?

    The wide receiver position can be one of the best positions to build your 2023 redraft fantasy football roster around, as not only do they have immense upside, but they can also be some of your most consistent producers every week. With another group of highly talented rookie receivers in the league, plus shakeups thanks to a wild offseason of moves, here are the current 2023 redraft wide receiver rankings.

    2023 Redraft Wide Receiver Rankings

    The below rankings are intended as a guide for 0.5 PPR formats. They do not take into account individual league rules and setups.

    Redraft Rankings 2023: Top Fantasy Options at WR Include Justin Jefferson, Cooper Kupp, and Amon-Ra St. Brown

    1) Justin Jefferson | Minnesota Vikings
    2) Cooper Kupp | Los Angeles Rams
    3) Ja’Marr Chase | Cincinnati Bengals
    4) Tyreek Hill | Miami Dolphins
    5) CeeDee Lamb | Dallas Cowboys
    6) Amon-Ra St. Brown | Detroit Lions
    7) Stefon Diggs | Buffalo Bills
    8) A.J. Brown | Philadelphia Eagles
    9) Davante Adams | Las Vegas Raiders
    10) Jaylen Waddle | Miami Dolphins
    11) Garrett Wilson | New York Jets
    12) Tee Higgins | Cincinnati Bengals
    13) Chris Olave | New Orleans Saints
    14) DeVonta Smith | Philadelphia Eagles
    15) Deebo Samuel | San Francisco 49ers
    16) Amari Cooper | Cleveland Browns
    17) DK Metcalf | Seattle Seahawks
    18) Keenan Allen | Los Angeles Chargers
    19) DeAndre Hopkins | Arizona Cardinals
    20) Terry McLaurin | Washington Commanders
    21) Chris Godwin | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    22) Drake London | Atlanta Falcons
    23) Tyler Lockett | Seattle Seahawks
    24) DJ Moore | Chicago Bears
    25) Mike Williams | Los Angeles Chargers

    26) Michael Pittman Jr. | Indianapolis Colts
    27) Jerry Jeudy | Denver Broncos
    28) Christian Watson | Green Bay Packers
    29) Marquise Brown | Arizona Cardinals
    30) Diontae Johnson | Pittsburgh Steelers
    31) Brandon Aiyuk | San Francisco 49ers
    32) Kadarius Toney | Kansas City Chiefs
    33) Mike Evans | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    34) Calvin Ridley | Jacksonville Jaguars
    35) Treylon Burks | Tennessee Titans

    36) Jahan Dotson | Washington Commanders
    37) Christian Kirk | Jacksonville Jaguars
    38) George Pickens | Pittsburgh Steelers
    39) Jordan Addison | Minnesota Vikings
    40) Brandin Cooks | Dallas Cowboys
    41) Michael Thomas | New Orleans Saints
    42) Courtland Sutton | Denver Broncos
    43) Gabe Davis | Buffalo Bills
    44) JuJu Smith-Schuster | New England Patriots
    45) Jakobi Meyers | Las Vegas Raiders
    46) Jayden Reed | Green Bay Packers
    47) Allen Lazard | New York Jets
    48) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | Seattle Seahawks
    49) Quentin Johnston | Los Angeles Chargers
    50) Odell Beckham Jr. | Baltimore Ravens

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    51) Zay Flowers | Baltimore Ravens
    52) Zay Jones | Jacksonville Jaguars
    53) DJ Chark Jr. | Carolina Panthers
    54) Michael Gallup | Dallas Cowboys
    55 Tyler Boyd | Cincinnati Bengals
    56) Chase Claypool | Chicago Bears
    57) K.J. Osborn | Minnesota Vikings
    58) Romeo Doubs | Green Bay Packers
    59) Marquez Valdes-Scantling | Kansas City Chiefs
    60) Adam Thielen | Carolina Panthers
    61) Curtis Samuel | Washington Commanders
    62) Van Jefferson | Los Angeles Rams
    63) Nico Collins | Houston Texans
    64) DeVante Parker | New England Patriots
    65) Isaiah Hodgins | New York Giants
    66) Donovan Peoples-Jones | Cleveland Browns
    67) Jalin Hyatt | New York Giants
    68) Rashod Bateman | Baltimore Ravens
    69) Jonathan Mingo | Carolina Panthers
    70) Darnell Mooney | Chicago Bears
    71) Rashee Rice | Kansas City Chiefs
    72) Russell Gage | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    73) Darius Slayton | New York Giants
    74) Rashid Shaheed | New Orleans Saints
    75) Alec Pierce | Indianapolis Colts

    76) Skyy Moore | Kansas City Chiefs
    77) Rondale Moore | Arizona Cardinals
    78) Mack Hollins | Atlanta Falcons
    79) Hunter Renfrow | Las Vegas Raiders
    80) Jameson Williams | Detroit Lions
    81) Corey Davis | New York Jets
    82) Ben Skowronek | Los Angeles Rams
    83) Robert Woods | Houston Texans
    84) Elijah Moore | Cleveland Browns
    85) Nick Westbrook-Ikhine | Tennessee Titans
    86) Josh Reynolds | Detroit Lions
    87) Richie James | Kansas City Chiefs
    88) Braxton Berrios | Miami Dolphins
    89) Tutu Atwell | Los Angeles Rams
    90) Marvin Jones Jr. | Detroit Lions
    91) Khalil Shakir | Buffalo Bills
    92) Kalif Raymond | Detroit Lions
    93) Chris Moore | Tennessee Titans
    94) Kendrick Bourne | New England Patriots
    95) Mecole Hardman Jr. | New York Jets
    96) Allen Robinson II | Pittsburgh Steelers
    97) Joshua Palmer | Los Angeles Chargers
    98) Tyquan Thornton | New England Patriots
    99) Kyle Philips | Tennessee Titans
    100) Josh Downs | Indianapolis Colts

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    101) Marvin Mims Jr. | Denver Broncos
    102) Terrace Marshall Jr. | Carolina Panthers
    103) Sterling Shepard | New York Giants
    104) Jamal Agnew | Jacksonville Jaguars
    105) Greg Dortch | Arizona Cardinals
    106) Tim Patrick | Denver Broncos
    107) Tank Dell | Houston Texans
    108) Devin Duvernay | Baltimore Ravens
    109) Cedric Tillman | Cleveland Browns
    110) Laviska Shenault Jr. | Carolina Panthers
    111) Wan’Dale Robinson | New York Giants
    112) John Metchie III | Houston Texans
    113) Puka Nacua | Los Angeles Rams
    114) Parris Campbell | New York Giants
    115) A.T. Perry | New Orleans Saints
    116) Dyami Brown | Washington Commanders
    117) Noah Brown | Houston Texans
    118) Calvin Austin III | Pittsburgh Steelers
    119) Michael Wilson | Arizona Cardinals
    120) Xavier Hutchinson | Houston Texans
    121) Quez Watkins | Philadelphia Eagles
    122) KhaDarel Hodge | Atlanta Falcons
    123) Isaiah McKenzie | Indianapolis Colts
    124) Tyler Scott | Chicago Bears
    125) Kayshon Boutte | New England Patriots

    126) KJ Hamler | Denver Broncos
    127) DeAndre Carter | Las Vegas Raiders
    128) Justyn Ross | Kansas City Chiefs
    129) Olamide Zaccheaus | Philadelphia Eagles
    130) Nelson Agholor | Baltimore Ravens
    131) Jamison Crowder | New York Giants
    132) Marquez Callaway | Denver Broncos
    133) Deonte Harty | Buffalo Bills
    134) Parker Washington | Jacksonville Jaguars
    135) Justin Watson | Kansas City Chiefs
    136) Jauan Jennings | San Francisco 49ers
    137) Velus Jones Jr. | Chicago Bears
    138) Trey Palmer | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    139) Cedrick Wilson Jr. | Miami Dolphins
    140) Marquise Goodwin | Cleveland Browns
    141) Jalen Tolbert | Dallas Cowboys
    142) Trent Sherfield | Buffalo Bills
    143) Charlie Jones | Cincinnati Bengals
    144) Dee Eskridge | Seattle Seahawks
    145) Danny Gray | San Francisco 49ers
    146) Equanimeous St. Brown | Chicago Bears
    147) Racey McMath | Tennessee Titans
    148) Jalen Reagor | Minnesota Vikings
    149) Tre’Quan Smith | New Orleans Saints
    150) David Bell | Cleveland Browns

    Who Are the Best WRs To Draft in 2023 Redraft Leagues?

    How each manager chooses to build a roster is very much an individual process, but I’m of the mindset that you can’t have enough high-end wide receivers on a redraft fantasy football roster.

    If you have an early draft pick, by all means, target Justin Jefferson, Cooper Kupp, or Ja’Marr Chase. They’re the three likeliest players to lead the position in points when it’s all said and done.

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    That said, keep an eye on Amon-Ra St. Brown, my favorite second-round selection. Although I much preferred his draft capital last year, St. Brown has a legitimate chance to finish as the overall WR1.

    He was the WR10 last year while sitting 11th in target share, third in targets/route, and fourth in yards after the catch. Touchdowns were the only hang-up. While he did score six touchdowns last year, more are on the way in 2023.

    Over the first half of the season, St. Brown was 32nd in red-zone targets, but over the back half led the entire league. If that carries over, you’re looking for a double-digit touchdown upside for a receiver who has a floor of 100 receptions.

    There are also some interesting teammate battles when looking at the 2023 redraft fantasy football WR rankings. As almost tradition at this point, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are barely separated from each other, but I do prefer Allen when it comes to Chargers receivers, with Quentin Johnston a borderline WR4 assuming all three are healthy.

    I would also target Chris Godwin ahead of Mike Evans and Tyler Lockett ahead of DK Metcalf, which might surprise some people. Metcalf is exceptional, but he’s TD-dependent, and after a fall-off in his scores last year, is more likely to be the boom-or-bust player between the two. Lockett, meanwhile, finished with another 1,000-yard season as the WR13 overall and 17th in points per game. He’s also being valued in drafts as approximately the WR32 (80 ADP).

    Some of my favorite values also pop up when we get into the WR redraft rankings a little bit. If Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney‘s ADP holds, I will likely have several shares since he’s currently ranked as my WR22. I will also likely heavily target Jahan Dotson (WR36), Jordan Addison (WR38), Jayden Reed (WR45), and Brandin Cooks (WR39), who, after a bit of a down season (WR49), could be a prime bounce-back candidate with the Cowboys, despite his age (29).

    Tommy Garrett is the Senior Fantasy Football Analyst at Pro Football Network. He is also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA). You can read all of Tommy’s work here and follow him on Twitter: @TommyGarrettPFN.

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