That's right, it's the first rendition of our annual summer series, the ADP Alert, where we go position by position scouring for steals and recognizing red flags as draft season nears. First up, let's check out 12 players who appear undervalued approximately three weeks from the start of training camps.
Carson Wentz (QB10, 8.03)
Wentz tied Russell Wilson in 2017 to finish No. 2 among all QBs in per-game fantasy scoring. He appeared to be rediscovering that MVP form last season when his year was cut short by back surgery. Are the injuries a concern? Absolutely. Are the Eagles, who opted to give Wentz his record-breaking extension two years early, as smart as any NFL team, with the most intimate understanding of Wentz's medical background? Affirmative. In addition to his own tools, Wentz's skill support, O-line and coaching is elite.
Mitch Trubisky (QB22, 13.11)
We’re not sure at what point or why Trubisky became public enemy No. 1, but here are the facts: He was QB14 overall last season, his first in a real NFL offense with a real NFL-caliber pass-catching corps, one where, still, his two best talents were seldom 100 percent. Trubisky himself missed two starts with a shoulder injury — his per-game scoring ranked 11th among his peers. He was a top-five running quarterback, outpacing Russell Wilson and Dak Prescott, among others. Unlike us, if you’re sensing a passing regression, there’s comfort in Trubisky’s floor given his dynamic athleticism. And he's being drafted as a low-tier QB2. Hmm.