2024 Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings: Stars, Rookies, and Draft Prospect 

Published 12:00 pm Thursday, March 21, 2024

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It’s hard to think of a dynasty season that’s going to be more stacked with talent at the receiver position than 2024. With a host of young mega-stars just entering their prime, veteran receivers putting up elite numbers at 30+, and two new rookie studs who have a chance to completely change the competitive landscape, players will have plenty of options for building an elite dynasty receiver room. For dynasty football enthusiasts keen on wagering on their receiver lineup, Overtime Heroics offers a comprehensive list of sports betting apps to explore.


Without further ado, here are our early dynasty wide receiver rankings for 2024. 

The Undisputed Big Three

Heading into 2024, three receivers have separated themselves as the leaders in the dynasty, both for their current elite production and long-term potential. 

Justin Jefferson: 68 Rec, 1074 Yds, 5 Tds

Despite only playing 10 games in 2023, Justin Jefferson was still so dominant that he leads our dynasty receiver rankings. With nearly 6000 yards and 30 TDs before his 25th birthday, the former LSU standout is set on track to become one of the all-time greats and is the type of talent that can overcome any quarterback situation that might come his way.

Ja’Marr Chase: 100 Rec, 1216 Yds, 10 Tds 

Jefferson’s teammate at LSU, Ja’Marr Chase has been almost as dominant at the NFL level, putting up 3 straight 1,000-yard seasons to start his career despite missing superstar QB Joe Burrow for the latter half of 2023. Speaking of Burrow, he and Chase have that special QB-WR connection that only seems to come around once in a generation, and the security of that pairing in the future gives him a huge advantage in the dynasty.

CeeDee Lamb: 135 Rec, 1749 Yds, 12 Tds 

Rounding out our big three is Cowboys star receiver CeeDee Lamb. The 17th overall pick has improved every season of his career so far and truly separated himself from the crowd last season with an absolutely monster stat line, leading the league in receptions while finishing second in receiving yards. And, with Dak Prescott at the helm, he shouldn’t have to worry about poor QB play holding him back.

Other Elite Options

Despite their bearing a pretty clear long-term top three for a dynasty, there are plenty of other intriguing players to have on your roster depending on your goals. Let’s go through the best ones below.

Tyreek Hill: 119 Rec, 1799 Yds, 13 Tds 

The best wide receiver in football last season, Tyreek Hill’s only real knock at this point in his career is age. The dynamic speedster just completed his age 30 season, and historical precedent, unfortunately, tells us his statistical dropoff should be coming sooner rather than later. Still, for win-now players Hill is a must-have.

A.J. Brown: 106 Rec, 1456 Yds, 7 Tds 

Brown probably would have made our top three at the halfway point of last season, but a slow second half and some public dysfunction with the Eagles coaching staff adds a few question marks that drag him down just a bit. Still, back-to-back 1400-yard seasons with plenty of targets is nothing to scoff at, and he should be a top option for a few more years to come. 

Honorable Mentions: Amon-Ra St.Brown, Puka Nacua, Garret Wilson

Rookies to Watch

Marvin Harrison Jr & Malik Nabers


If you’re looking to snag potential top-five players in the dynasty wide receiver rankings through the draft, this is the year to make a big move to trade up. Teams like the Patriots, Cardinals, and Giants all have top picks and are crying out for a 1A option to lead their offense. Harrison Jr. and Nabers both have the size. Speed, and hands to handle 150+ targets at the pro level, and should be immediate contributors wherever they land.