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Content: A "sleeper" in an NFL fantasy draft is a player who will far surpass his average draft position (ADP) during the season. This could be someone picked from a later-round or a middle-of-the-road type value who grows to become a regular starter <a title="" href=""></a> , consistently earning returns for your team. The trick is聽figuring out who these types of players are.What makes a "sleeper pick" in an NFL Fantasy Draft so unique is that you have to be one of the few people who recognize聽it's someone who is being overlooked. Sometimes that exercise is easier said than done.A perfect example聽is聽a talent like聽Alvin Kamara from last season.聽Kamara ranked behind both Mark Ingram and Adrian Peterson so experts didn't have聽him on their radar for running backs. Yet, he went onto win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and finished with over 1,500 yards of total offense. He paid off huge for anyone who took him.In an effort to help you find the聽best impact players and draft values, we've put together a list of a few picks you should keep your eyes on as your draft rolls along.Alex Smith All anyone could talk about this summer was Redskins former聽quarterback Kirk Cousins moving to Minnesota. Lost in the noise of that deal is Alex Smith who had a career-high 26 touchdowns last season and threw for over 4 <a title="Jake Odorizzi Minnesota Twins Jersey" href="">Jake Odorizzi Minnesota Twins Jersey</a> ,000 yards.Fantasy players shouldn't underestimate Smith's receiving corps that includes聽Jamison Crowder, Jordan Reed, and Paul Richardson.聽Some fantasy experts are suggesting he'll have similar production聽to quarterbacks like Cousins, Cam Newton <a title="" href=""></a> , and Carson Wentz. At an ADP of 128, he's worth picking up, especially if you like drafting QB's. Adrien Theaux of France was fastest on a training run for the longest downhill course on the World Cup circuit on Thursday. Theaux raced the storied, 4.27-kilometer (2-2/3-mile) Lauberhorn hill in just under 2 1/2 minutes <a title="" href=""></a> , 0.36 seconds faster than Olympic champion Matthias Mayer. Max Franz, Mayer’s Austria teammate, was third, 0.66 behind Theaux in the second practice for Switzerland’s classic Alpine race on Saturday. On the fastest section racers see all season <a title="Mike White Color Rush Jersey" href="">Mike White Color Rush Jersey</a> , a top speed of 144.2 kph (89.6 mph) was clocked by Hannes Reichelt of Austria. The 2015 winner and three-time runner-up here won Wednesday’s practice run. The World Cup record of 161.9 kph (100.6 mph) was set at Wengen in 2013 by Frenchman Johan Clarey, who placed sixth on Thursday. The three-race Wengen meeting opens on Friday with a combined event. It will start without former Olympic and overall World Cup champion Carlo Janka, who is trying to nurse a serious knee injury without having season-ending surgery. Janka, a home fans’ favorite who has won downhill and combined events at Wengen <a title="" href=""></a> , placed 22nd in practice Thursday and 21st on Wednesday in his first public action since tearing his right ACL in a training crash in October. The Swiss team said the 31-year-old Janka has decided he is not ready to race this weekend. Janka has targeted an unlikely qualification for the Feb. 9-25 Pyeongchang Games, having won a World Cup super-G at Jeongseon in 2016. It was one of only two men’s test event races on the Olympic speed course. .