As we inch toward the new season, the ever-changing NFL landscape has player fantasy values constantly on the move. Whether you’re used to the dynasty platform or are still learning the dynasty rules, let’s dive into the latest dynasty fantasy football value of tight end Kylen Granson.
Kylen Granson’s Dynasty Outlook and Value
The Indianapolis Colts’ first attempt at solving their TE issue was in the fourth round of the 2021 draft when they selected Kylen Granson. Granson is another very athletic player, but at 6’1”, 241 pounds, he’s more of a move tight end.
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After barely playing as a rookie, Granson worked his way up to a 45% snap share as a sophomore. Despite operating as part of a three-man rotation, Granson was able to post two TE1 finishes.
Kylen Granson’s Fantasy Ranking
I certainly like Granson more than Mo Alie-Cox. It helps that he’s five years younger and is still getting better. With that said, Granson is not currently in a spot where he warrants any fantasy consideration.
The Colts drafted their presumptive tight end of the future in Jelani Woods last season.
We have Granson at TE41 (No. 259 overall) in our dynasty Superflex rankings. Even as scarce as a position as tight end is, Granson is not a target in dynasty startup drafts. Similar to Alie-Cox, he doesn’t need to be on fantasy rosters in any league of any size or format.