Bloody Sox wrote:Its really just a modification of the ADP comparison you should do with your rankings. Use the Yahoo ranks that are going to be very visible in the draft room (assuming an online draft) in conjunction with the ADPs (or MDPs that someone posted in another thread) to determine where you can find values. But you need to find that happy medium... you can't assume a player you have ranked highly will drop to his ADP, you have to split the difference - in Hamilton's case that you just gave, you have him ranked at 120, Yahoo ranks him at 180, and I'll guess his ADP is around 140. So take the average of the ADP and Yahoo rank (160) and split the difference, targeting him at 140.
Actually's Hamilton's ADP according to Yahoo is 189.10. Note, this is the lowest ADP of all sites.
MDC = 145.81
CBS = 154.41
ESPN = 124.30
Couchmanagers = 170.30
Overall, his MDP is 160.01
(This is a sneak preview to my MDP report update which will be out later tonite after a little more data entry