It's still early in draft seasons, but there are people drafting providing some early Average Draft Position (ADP) data. Lots of things can change, especially with the draft the next few days. Cam Newton and Jameis Winston are still looking for a home and trades could happen. Entering the draft, here are a few wide receivers that are overvalued in early drafts.

Keenan Allen , Los Angeles Chargers

Allen has been one of the most consistent receivers over the last few seasons. He has at least 97 reception in the last three seasons, six touchdowns in each and at least 1,196 yards in each. Allen has at least 136 targets in each of those years and ranks fifth in targets in the NFL over the last three seasons. There will be a big change for Allen now that Philip Rivers is off to Indianapolis. Rivers had a good rapport with Allen and now he will likely be catching passes from TyRod Taylor . The quality of targets won't be the same and it's difficult to trust Allen as a core receiver. Since April 1, Allen is the 17th WR off the board in Best Ball 10s and he's gone as high as 24th overall. That's too high of a price tag to pay with a lot of quality receivers in that range.

John Brown , Buffalo Bills

Brown was in a great spot last season as the No. 1 wide receiver for the Bills. He was one of the best values in drafts, but he won't lead the team in targets as long as Stefon Diggs is healthy. Brown had 114 targets last season and caught 72 passes for 1,060 yards and six touchdowns. Brown had at least nine points in PPR formats in 13 of 15 games last season, but he won't get consistent targets this season. This isn't an offense that can provide two Top 25 fantasy wide receivers unless there's a significant change in the passing volume. Brown will have some big games, but he's better for best-ball formats.

Stefon Diggs , Buffalo Bills

Diggs wanted out of Minnesota, but he's going to an offense that was bottom five in passing yards percentage. Wide receivers that change teams tend to struggle in the new offense. Josh Allen can certainly connect with Diggs on some big plays, but accuracy is still an issue for Allen. Diggs is one of the top receivers in the NFL and a great route runner, but fantasy is more about opportunity. Diggs averaged 17.9 yards per reception and 12 yards per target last season. Diggs only had 93 targets last season, which is 5.8 per game. John Brown led the Bills with 115 targets last season. Diggs has shown the ability to be fantasy relevant even with a lack of targets compared to other receivers. Diggs had 63 catches for 1,130 yards and six touchdowns last season. There's some concern about the weather late in the season with Buffalo playing outdoors. There will also be weeks where Diggs doesn't get heavy volume. The ceiling looks to be 110-120 targets. In Best Ball 10s since April 1, Diggs is the 23rd wide receiver off the board, going as high as 32nd overall.

Julian Edelman , New England Patriots

Edelman is dependent on volume and he was getting a lot of targets the last few seasons with Tom Brady consistently looking his way, especially last season with the lack of trust Brady had in others on the team. With Brady gone to Tampa Bay, the offense won't move the ball as much and there's still a question as to who will be the quarterback. Edelman has at least 153 targets in two of the last three seasons. He has also dealt with several injuries and will be 34 at the start of the season. Edelman is the 33rd wide receiver off the board on average in Best Ball 10s since April 1.

Mike Evans , Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Evans has been a big-play wide receiver the last couple seasons, averaging 17.7 and 17.3 yards per reception the last two seasons. Jameis Winston wasn't afraid to throw it downfield often in a pass-heavy offense. Evans had 118 targets in 13 games last season and caught 67 passes for 1,157 yards and eight touchdowns. Evans has been productive based on high volume and big plays and that will change with Tom Brady at quarterback. Brady won't throw as often downfield and with a good Buccaneers defense, the offense might not be as aggressive. He averaged only 6.6 yards per attempt last season and much of that was due to the lack of talent around him. Brady will look to Chris Godwin in the slot often, the running backs and the addition of Rob Gronkowski could take some touchdowns away from Evans. Don't expect a big drop off but Evans is being taken as the No. 7 wide receiver and 22nd overall in Best Ball 10s since April 1. That's too much of a price to pay.