MashinSpuds wrote:Thanks Dan and Tavish. Interesting info, I suppose. The number of each position ranked in each source's Top 100 could show some scarcity issues if you want a top ranked kind of player. For instance, catcher and 2nd base. Perhaps it'd be more informative to split up the results even further into 'Top 25', 'Top 50', 'Top 100' categories, but whatever, looks good.
It's just to be used as a draft helper. It helps me know which positions that I want to get in the first 8 rounds (12 Team) . I use this along with my position sheets. I know which positions I can wait until after the 8th round. It helps me avoid getting stuck with a dud at a position.
So really I work the draft backwords, as well as forward. By knowing what positions I have good middle or late round choices, I then make sure I get players in the early rounds for the positions that I don't like the later choices.
In leagues with LF, CF, and RF it makes a big difference. The more teams in the league, the more important position scarcity becomes.
That's how I draft. I've had good luck in 16 and 20 team leagues.