I really agree with AT on this one, and split the SS position into 2 elites groups when I drafted. Who you pick for your SS can really alter the face of your team. An M Young or Tejada means you probably need a speed OF, or at least several 20/20 type players across the board. SS is one of the more versatile draft positions (Not including OF, since it's 3 spots) on one's team.
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