Cornerbacks are not an exciting asset to roster in IDP leagues. That being said, corners that see a significant portion of their snaps in the slot do tend to be more productive and consistent than corners who primarily play on the outside. Isaiah Oliver recently shifted to slot cornerback with the Falcons, and he returned to the team this offseason to continue filling that role. He was injured in week 4 of last season, and Atlanta struggled to find a replacement for him for the remainder of the season. When healthy, Oliver has shown to be a consistent weekly tackler that rarely has a bust game. He seemed to adapt to his new role much better in 2021 than he did in 2020, so there could be some upside in the efficiency realm, should Oliver continue to progress as a slot cornerback. While the upside seems limited, Oliver should be a solid cheaper option for managers looking for production out of a cornerback in CB required league formats. However, if you are in a league that counts cornerbacks and safeties in the same roster spot, Oliver likely won't be in consideration for your roster unless you play in a deeper format.