Part of my final draft prep is looking over ESPN, Sportsline, and Expert Drafts to see which players seem to be falling further than I think they should. Here's a few I've spotted:
Josh Phelps: Usually hanging around until pick 200+, while I see him about 50-75 places higher.
Jason Phillips: Has been picked as high as 150, which is about right to me, but often drops to 230+
Carl Pavano: Sometimes picked by 230, but many drafts have him falling to 280+. Definitely undervalued.
John Lackey, Eric DuBose, Tom Ohka: All of these guys seem to disappear no earlier than about 275th pick, while I think they rate 25-50 places higher.
Mark Kotsay: Injury risk, but seemed to have recovered in last half last year. Often hangs around to 300+, if he's picked at all. He'llbe leading off for an underrated A's offense.
Tim Redding: He seems to fall to about 290-300, but is probably worth a 250 pick or so.
Jose Cruz Jr: Rarely picked before 300 because of his team, but he'll be in middle of line-up hitting behind Crawford & Rocco and stealing some bags, too. Worth a bump of 2 or more rounds up.
Lyle Overbay: Similar to Cruz. He's being ignored because of team, I think. He's often undrafted and has gone no earlier than 350th pick in anything I've found. That's too low.
Aaron Guiel, HS Choi, Kevin Mench: Often going undrafted, but probably worth a pick in the 275-325 range.
Later I'll try to post some that look over-valued, IMO.