3 players Fantasy Pros says to sell high in dynasty, and they are right

Look to unload these players for maximum value before the 2024 NFL Draft.
Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals
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With the 2024 NFL Draft fast approaching, things should start to heat up and interest will be completely renewed in your dynasty league. As always, the savvy players look at their rosters for potential improvements frequently, but the draft will start to turn the gears for the more casual players as well.

It's hard to know what teams in the NFL are going to do with all of their draft choices, but you can start to get a picture and map out some solid predictions by looking at depth charts and mock drafts.

Fantasy Pros recently put out a list of some players to sell high on in dynasty football based on current perceived value and some of these are worth some serious consideration if you have them on your roster. You may not necessarily want to part with them but if they would bring a better return than you may ever get again, it's worth a look.

3 sell-high candidates in Dynasty Football leagues

James Conner, Arizona Cardinals
Jan 7, 2024; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Arizona Cardinals running back James Conner (6) celebrates a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks. / Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

James Conner, RB, Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals are a team that could be hitting the reset button this season as they look to build for the future and let's be honest, will James Conner ever have as good of a season as he did in 2023?

Conner was one of the big surprises in fantasy last season, rushing for a career-high 1,040 yards and seven touchdowns. He is still easily the lead back for this team but will turn 29 years old next month. Those are all of the reasons I would look to move him.

If there is a running-back strapped team in your league, the performance of Conner this past season could be fresh in their mind. The fact he doesn't have much competition for carries would also be enticing, so checking in to see if you can drive up the price and ship him off is a good move.

Conner was a big offensive weapon for the Cards last year but he's never played in every game of a regular season. The Cardinals will be looking to get more explosive on offense and could bring in a running back or two between the draft and undrafted free-agent process to compete for reps in the backfield.