Finding a dynasty stash in your rookie drafts can be difficult to do. By the time the fourth round of your rookie draft comes around you might be looking for a player or two to stash for the future. Some fantasy players will consider these options dart throws. I like to look at them as an option to get a good return of value. The following wide receivers are being drafted in the fourth round or later in the rookie drafts I have been a part of so far.

1. Dynasty Stash: Collin Johnson, Jacksonville

ARLINGTON, TX – DECEMBER 01: Texas Longhorns wide receiver Collin Johnson (#9) tries to haul in a pass while Oklahoma Sooners cornerback Parnell Motley (#11) defends during the Big 12 Championship game between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns on December 1, 2018 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Matthew Visinsky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The first dynasty stash I was looking at was Collin Johnson. Johnson has always been high on my board. according to 24/, Johnson is 6’6″ 200lbs receiver that posses good agility and always has good yards after the catch (YAC) average. During his junior year at Texas, Johnson played 13 games, caught 68 passes for 985 yards and 7 scores. His senior year Johnson was hurt and played just 7 games. He caught 38 passes for 559 yards and 3 touchdowns. His lack of playing time had to hurt his draft capital.

The Jacksonville Jaguars drafted Collin Johnson in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. They drafted Laviska Shenault just three rounds earlier. Johnson will have to compete with DJ Chark, DeDe Westbrook, Chris Conley, and Shenault to see the field. Chark produced last season, however, Johnson could have a chance to pass Westbrook and Conley on the depth chart and be a good value for you in the future.

2. Dynasty Stash: Joe Reed, LA Chargers

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – SEPTEMBER 06: Joe Reed #2 of the Virginia Cavaliers returns a kickoff for a touchdown in the first half during a game against the William & Mary Tribe at Scott Stadium on September 6, 2019 in Charlottesville, Virginia. (Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images)

Joe Reed was drafted in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft by the LA Chargers. Reed will serve as a backup in his rookie season to Keenan Allen, but could also be used to spread the field as he ran a 4.4 40 yard dash at the combine. We might see Reed on special teams in his first couple of seasons. If he can build chemistry with new Charger quarterback and fellow rookie Justin Herbert, Reed could be on the field lined up with Allen and Mike Williams in 3 wide receiver sets or filling in if there is an injury.

3. Dynasty Stash: Gabriel Davis, Buffalo

PHILADELPHIA, PA – OCTOBER 26: Gabriel Davis #13 of the UCF Knights cannot make a catch on the ball against Ty Mason #15 of the Temple Owls in the second quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on October 26, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

My final dynasty stash for wide receivers would be the Buffalo Bills rookie Gabriel Davis. The former UCF product finished his career with 152 receptions for 2447 yards and 23 scores. Davis was drafted in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft and should spend his first couple of seasons on your bench or taxi squad. Davis will need to compete for targets with John Brown and newly acquired wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Davis is going to be a sleeper on the Bills for a year or two but could step in when Cole Beasley decides to move on.

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