I strongly suggest you ignore the Burrell types in baseball and here's why:
If Burrell bounces back to hit .265-85-35-110-0 he'll still only be worth $19, or the same amount that types like Wilkerson, Alou, and Rondell White put up last season, and those were pretty mediocre and much below average for an OF. Even if he hits .275-90-40-125-0, that is only worth $24, which is, at best, average for an OF. Only if he gets his average up to somewhere in the .280's does he become slightly above average, and I wouldn't count on it.
I'll also tell you this, Sosa's the same way. If his average continues to drop even if he hits 50 HR's and knocks in 125 he'll be nothing more than an average OF. The fact is, any gains you'll have from Sosa or Burrell's HR's and RBI's will be negated by their lack of average and SB's. I practically scream every time I see Sosa going in the second round in these mock drafts. You're practically throwing away your pick is you ask me. You'll probably be hardly no worse off in overall numbers taking Burnitz late in the draft than you'd be taking Sosa. HR's and RBI's are way over valued. Stay away from these types I tell you. Stay away.