Draft Ellis if you're expecting his career numbers:
If you would honestly rather put greater weight on his last 300 ABs than his 1300 total career ones be my guest, but expecting 20 HRs (or 90 RBI) is begging to be disappointed. He's a decent player, nothing more, and since Ellis has never really been a base-stealing threat, he's just not going to have that much value. The number Rynman posted will end up resembling Marcus Giles's line a lot more than Mark Ellis's. I'd say he should be one of the last 2Bs taken in your draft if he even ends up drafted.
"I don't buy everything I read,
I havn't even read everything I've bought"
"I find it more comforting to believe that this [life] isn't simply a test."