In fantasy drafts, you never know when you have struck gold. That's sort of a glass-half-full way of saying drafts involve a good amount of luck, but it's worth bearing in mind that players who subsequently jump out as your best picks can come from any round, even the late ones. Here are three players - one each from the early, middle and late rounds - at running back and wide receiver, and two at tight end and quarterback who are must-haves, based on where they are going and their tantalizing upsides. I'll use Fantasy Pros' aggregate of average draft positions from several websites, defaulting to points-per-reception formats (however, much of the analysis can be applied to standard formats,
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Otto Porter still goes back to his true hometown of Sikeston, Mo. each chance he gets, often to refurbish classic cars with his family, but the Wizards forward has lived in Washington, D.C. long enough to consider the nation's capital his home, too. After starring at Georgetown University in northwest Washington from 2011 through 2013, Porter has been a member of the Washington Wizards for the past four seasons, still playing his home games at the same place he did in college, at the Verizon Center. Porter, 24, seriously considered leaving Washington when they allowed him to become a restricted free agent in early July.