4 early sleeper RBs to keep tabs on in dynasty leagues

As we inch closer to the 2024 NFL Draft, fantasy football players in dynasty leagues should start to identify some targets.

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Kimani Vidal, Troy State
Oct 14, 2023; West Point, New York, USA; Troy Trojans running back Kimani Vidal (28) runs with the ball in a game against Army. / Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports

Kimani Vidal, Troy

Kimani Vidal posted 1,661 yards rushing in 2023. Only Ollie Gordon of Oklahoma State, easily the best running back in the country, had more.

Vidal is going to slide down draft boards because of his 5-foot-8 frame, but don't fall into the "he's too small" camp. This guy can get the job done and that was on display in all four of his seasons at Troy.

For his career, he rushed for 4,010 yards and 33 touchdowns. But he showed that he can make it happen in the passing game as well, catching 92 passes for 700 yards for the Trojans.

Vidal could be drafted as early as the fourth round but he is almost certainly a day three draft pick. With that in mind, he will also slide down the board in your rookie draft. Depending on how many rounds there are in your draft, he may not even get drafted at all.

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But don't let that happen. Get this guy on your radar now and you will have a leg up on the competition.