Brandon Phillips - Unless I had the #1 overall pick and Tex, Berkman, C. Lee, and Upton are passed up, I wouldn't want to take him for where he's drafted. Not to say he won't come close or even repeat '07, but a lot to stake on him though.
Erik Bedard - Glad to have snagged him in the 12th of my dynasty league last year, but wouldn't want to take him with a 3rd round pick, probably early 4th round. I'd rather pass up on him for Verlander, Harang, or Kazmir later and invest in offense. I'm still bullish on him, more so than Josh Beckett, who's also going too high for my liking as well.
Joe Nathan, Huston Street - I wouldn't want to take a closer who may very well be midseason trade bait.
Any top 5 closer - On that note, I really don't want to invest in one in the first 6 rounds. Papelbon goes too high. I'd probably be partial to Putz or K-Rod (contract year) but typically, I feel there's better hitting value at around the times they're being drafted on average.
Juan Pierre - Never liked him, more so when he became a Dodger for the contract he signed with us, and doesn't provide a bunch of anything else.
Russell Martin - Another Dodger going too high for my liking. I like him, but for fantasy purposes, I don't think he offers much beyond a moderate power/speed ceiling. I'm thinking he runs a little less this year too. To be honest, I don't want a C until around the time I can get a sleeper like Soto or Towles or even deeper, Dioner Navarro.
Dan Uggla - Has some good pop for a 2B, but wouldn't touch that average. I'd rather wait on Weeks, Kendrick, or Kelly Johnson later.
Robinson Cano - I thought he was overrated last year and the same thing this year. If he moves up in the order, I'd be more bullish on him, but the fact he's been a 2nd half player the first few years of his career puts a downer of his perceived value in my mind.
Eric Byrnes - Just don't like where he's going. He peaked at an age where typically he should start to dip a bit. I'd rather take CB Young a round or two later.