2024 Dynasty Stashes (Updated) | 16 Players to Stash on Your Dynasty Roster

by Seth Diewold · Dynasty Leagues
Dynasty Stashes

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[Note: ownership is percent rostered in Sleeper leagues.]

Tier 1 – RUN to the Waiver Wire to ADD THESE PLAYERS

Dontayvion Wicks – 78-percent Owned

Dontayvion Wicks currently resides in the shadow of Jayden Reed, Christian Watson, and even Romeo Doubs, but Wicks was more involved in the offense in Weeks 8 through 11. During that stretch, Wicks earned at least four targets in each game. He also possesses good size and burst which will serve him well in his NFL career.

Tank Bigsby – 76-percent Owned

Tank Bigsby is listed as the RB2 in Jacksonville. He didn’t get the opportunities we’d like to see from a running back, but Jacksonville did use a third round pick on him in last year’s draft. On the off chance that he is available in your league, he could be a nice handcuff to have in an offense that a lot of people might sour on, especially if Calvin Ridley decides to move on. However, there are multiple signs that point to this Jaguars offense being slowed down by a Trevor Lawrence injury late in the season. There is a real chance Bigsby’s opportunities increase in 2023. 

Greg Dulcich – 74-percent Owned

Greg Dulcich was everyone’s darling last year, rising up in early redraft rankings. A hamstring injury kept him out for most of the 2023 season, but he’s still just 23 years old. Unless the Broncos sign a free agent tight end or draft one in a class that is very top heavy at the position, it’s going to be Dulcich starting at tight end in 2024.

Trey Palmer – 68-percent Owned

If Trey Palmer is somehow still available in your league, please add him. He is a sixth round receiver. However, he saw the field a lot, and produced late in the season. He finished the last four games with three top-20 wide receiver finishes or better.

There is also a chance Mike Evans leaves in free agency. Currently the reports are mixed regarding whether Evans will return to the Buccaneers. However, everyone expects the Bucs to bring back Baker Mayfield, which can only be a good thing for a deep threat like Palmer.

Cedric Tillman – 65-percent Owned

Cedric Tillman didn’t have the rookie season some people in the fantasy community expected him to have when the Browns selected him in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft. However, Tillman did play a good amount and has the potential to develop if Deshaun Watson can prove he is an elite quarterback once again. Tillman possesses good size: 6-3, 213-pounds, and good speed (4.54 40) to go with it. If the Browns’ quarterback play is more consistent, it is possible Tillman becomes more involved in the offense.

Israel Abanikanda – 65-percent Owned

Israel Abanikanda is the No. 2 running back currently in New York. The offensive line was terrible last year, and that has to be an emphasis for the Jets going forward, especially if they want to keep Aaron Rodgers healthy. Abanikanda has the combination of size, speed, and burst to excel at the NFL level. It’s all a matter of getting the opportunity. We shall see, but Abanikanda could start seeing an increase in opportunities if the Jets decide against adding a free agent running back or a running back in the NFL Draft.

John Metchie (63-percent Owned) and Xavier Hutchinson (46-percent Owned)

This one is simple. I want exposure to the Houston Texans offense and stashing John Metchie and Xavier Hutchinson are easy ways to accomplish that. Both players have seen the field in a limited capacity, and if anything happens to one of Nico Collins or Tank Dell, the other young receivers may see an increased role in one of the most exciting offenses in the NFL.

Tier 2 – Maybe Available

A.T. Perry – 58-percent Owned

A.T. Perry has only played in 10 games, but he has impressed in limited playing time, and he might still be available in your Dynasty leagues. The Saints depth chart is thin at wide receiver outside of Chris Olave and Rashid Shaheed, so Perry should be a big part of the offense going forward. To top it off, Perry has good size, speed, and burst, so he checks a lot of boxes.

Tre Tucker – 54-percent Owned

Tre Tucker is a speedster who put together some really good games in 2023. The Raiders enter a new era under coach Antonio Pierce, and it’s very possible they get a quarterback upgrade as well. There is also the possibility Davante Adams moves on to New York to join Aaron Rodgers. This could open up more opportunities in the Las Vegas offense for a player like Tucker. 

Andrei Iosivas – 53-percent Owned

Andrei Iosivas could see a bigger role next season as the Bengals have to make a decision on Tee Higgins. Higgins is scheduled to be a free agent in 2024. Tyler Boyd is also getting up there in age and is also a free agent. 

Additionally, Iosivas has elite athleticism. If your league has deep rosters, he’s worth stashing.

Parker Washington – 53-percent Owned

Calvin Ridley is a free agent, Zay Jones is a 29-year-old WR with a $11M cap hit in 2024 and is a potential cap casualty, and Christian Kirk ended last season on IR. It took Parker Washington a while (and a Jamal Agnew injury) to get on the field, but all of Washington’s production came during the six-week stretch to end the 2023 season. That included two games with six targets and another game with four targets.

There’s a path for an increased role in 2024 and definitely in 2025. Washington turns 22 years old next month. The combination of his 96th-percentile Breakout Age and his production as a rookie in the NFL is alluring when looking for potential stashes.

Tier 3 – Most Likely Available

Noah Gray – 45-percent Owned

Noah Gray is next in line in Kansas City behind Travis Kelce. Gray has proven to get some opportunities even with Kelce playing a good majority of snaps. Gray is a handcuff at the position, but having the tight end handcuff when the quarterback is Patrick Mahomes is a good thing. If anything happens to Kelce – God forbid – or he decides to retire, then Gray would get an automatic boost in the rankings. 

Brevin Jordan – 44-percent Owned

I’m interested in Brevin Jordan because he plays in the same Texans offense that elevated Dalton Schultz to the TE8 on the season. If anything were to happen to Schultz, or he elects free agency, Jordan is the next man up in one of the best offenses in the league. 

Tyler Scott – 43-percent Owned

Tyler Scott hasn’t done much yet on the Bears offense, but he was on the field a decent amount for being third on the depth chart. Scott also possesses elite speed and burst. The Bears could have a brand new quarterback next season as they currently hold the No. 1 pick.

Darnell Mooney is scheduled to be a free agent. While not likely, the stars could align for Scott as early as next season. He’s a solid deep stash.

Evan Hull – 36-percent Owned

Because it’s Jonathan Taylor’s backfield in Indianapolis, nobody wants Evan Hull in dynasty. However, Hull possesses an interesting enough profile, and the two running backs ahead of him are projected to hit free agency. While the Colts could bring either one of them back relatively cheaply, there is a chance Hull is the No. 2 running back behind Taylor as early as next year. 

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