AussieDodger wrote:I've always liked being on the turn in a snake draft.
It's not that you have an advantage, I just find it enjoyable building my team 2 players at a time
It really comes down to draft strategy preference in your case, since your first round is the equivalent of a round 5-6 in a non-keeper. Like Aussie, I've always preferred having my picks closer together ... even to the point of preferring end-of-draft to a middle slot. I feel (rightly or wrongly) that I can better read the progression of the draft and, when the opportunity presents itself without knocking me off my own plan, impact the back side of the turn by kicking off a run or undercutting a rival by clearing a tier.
Again, that's my perception. I know many players who much prefer their picks spaced out with a middle-draft slot ... if that makes you more comfortable, go for it.