Open ended questions like this are often difficult, because a lot of this ranking is determined by who you are. Are you a risk-taker? Risk-averse? Present-oriented? Future-oriented? Do you believe in position scarcity, or best-available?Is this a keeper league, etc.... But, if forced to rank in a vacuum, I'd say that you have round 2 pretty much right on the button (but then again, I think hitting in Oakland will have a large effect on Holliday. Most people disagree with me.
Third round, I'd put Aramis on top... He's learning how to bat, rather than just hit, and he's gonna get even better, followed by Upton, Lee, Crawford, Phillips, Gonzalez, and Kemp (I think 3rd round is too high for him).
that's hard cause like the guy above me said, it depends on how you play. so this is IMO. 2nd round- i would rank Soriano on top, if he is healthy, he is an absolute monster. followed by beltran, manny, and holliday 3rd round- i like aramis the most out of those, he is one of the more consistant guys in the league. you know what your are getting with him. followed by upton, phillips, and crawford
Round 3: B.J. Upton Brandon Phillips Crawford Aramis Ramirez ( i know definitely higher then most but hes the sign of consistant looking for 95, 30, 110, .295 this year) Kemp Carlos Lee Adrian Gonzales
for these rounds it's all about a player's floor, not ceiling. that being said, your league includes walks and trips, so it changes things somewhat slightly. if your first pick is a wright/arod/sizemore, then i'd consider trying nab decent power/speed combo guys with your first three picks, as it will keep you from a tavares or bourn later down the line