An in-depth guide to the later rounds of your fantasy draft.[caption id="attachment_24589" align="aligncenter" width="449"] Matt York / Associated Press[/caption] The fantasy season looms and we all need to prepare for the upcoming season. Everybody is determined to win their leagues, myself included. Time to look at some deep late-round talent. Rounds 10-15 in standard leagues are often littered with the late scuffle for kickers and defenses, but there's pletenty of nice late-round sleepers to take a flier on too. According to average draft positions, these players should last until round 10 in a 10 team league. Quarterbacks Michael Vick - Philadelphia Eagles Provided Vick makes it out of the preseason as the starter, he will produce fantasy points. Chip Kelly joined the team and brought with him the high-speed offence of the Oregon Ducks. It's more than likely that LeSean McCoy will be asked to handle more of the load than he did under the pass-happy Andy Reid. But this actually provides more opportunity for Vick to succeed. His interceptions will decrease, as will his chance of injury. Not only that, but the Eagles will have a much improved offensive line with the addition of Lane Johnson and the return of Jason Peters. With and ADP of 136, this guy could be a poor man's RGlll. Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals Oh my goodness, this man should not be there at pick No. 148. That is robbery. Palmer threw for the tenth-most yards in the league last year as part of the Oakland Raiders. Palmer was under-appreciated in the bay, doing much with no capable pass-catchers and a second string running back all year. Give him Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd you can see why he's a steal in the 14th round as a very capable backup. E.J Manuel - Buffalo Bills In most cases, Manuel will go undrafted. However he is definitely worth a shot in the last round. The issue with E.J is uncertainty. His battle with Kevin Kolb for the starting gig in Buffalo is keeping him off of fantasy teams. Realistically though, does Kolb stand a chance? After his stint in Arizona, and the spending of a first round draft pick all but eliminate his chances, no matter what they say. Manuel provides the athletic ability to pick up some points on the ground, as well as with his arm. If he had already been named the starter, he'd be drafted in the top 10 rounds. Take a chance on this kid, just maybe it'll win you the league. Running Backs Danny Woodhead - San Diego Chargers Ryan Mathews is the unquestioned starter of the Sand Diego Chargers, too bad that he can't stay healthy for a full season. More likely than not, Woodhead will be receiving some games as the starter and will otherwise act as a third down weapon. He averaged 4.8 yards per carry in his last season with the Patriots, and should thrive again this season with a larger workload. Ryan Williams - Arizona Cardinals A classic fantasy football question mark. Highly touted, explosive potential yet injury prone and underwhelming. With Beanie Wells out and Rashard Mendanhall in, he could be in line for some more carries should he stay healthy. Last year he carried the ball 58 times for a pitiful 2.8 yards per carry, it's time for Williams to step up and live up to the hype. Latavius Murray - Oakland Raiders This is deep. Not many people know about this rusher who was drafted by the Raiders in the sixth round. He will go undrafted in most leagues, and for good reason as he will be backing up Darren McFadden. But should he go down with an injury as usual, Murray is a big back that thrives against pro-style defenses. He rushed for 104 yards against the feared Georgia defense and scored the game winning touchdown. He finished college at Central Florida with a total of 2,424 rushing yards, 37 rushing touchdowns, 50 receptions, 524 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns. Worth a shot. Wide Receivers Emmanuel Sanders - Pittsburgh Steelers This will be the best pick of your draft. Sanders is the most talented player on the Steelers offence, and has gone reasonably unnoticed in his tenure in Pittsburgh. With the departure of Mike Wallace, Sanders now gets his shot. He could crack 1,000 yards, and at pick 120 there is no reason to leave him on the board. Take this man, mark my words. Michael Floyd - Arizona Cardinals Year two of Floyd's career will be the one that kicks it off, with Carson Palmer under center, and an offensive line that should now know how to block. Floyd was sensational in college and will look to make his mark across from one of the best receivers in the league. Floyd is pegged to go at pick 118 in fantasy draft, 44th among receivers. Pick him up if you can, he will make an ideal WR4 with the ability and potential to put up fringe starter numbers. Darrius Heyward-Bey - Indianapolis Colts One of the most underrated signings of the offseason, Heyward-Bey could break out with Andrew Luck tossing him the ball. He has the speed to blow defenses away, and will look to produce next to Reggie Wayne and T.Y Hilton. As a last round pick, if you're receiving corps is looking thin, take a chance on this guy. He will have some big games, use him as a match-up based replacement. There you go, a deep guide into the deepest rounds of your fantasy drafts. Let me know what you think in the comments below! - Follow me @jarlathjp for all my articles and shoot me some feedback!