Late Round Studs

Here I am looking for those who are going in the 12 round or later in drafts, ADP around 144, these are guys that can still contribute a bunch for you and are guys that should be considered to help you win your fantasy league. The ADPs are taken from the NFBC; I like the NFBC because they are big money leagues and I feel like those big money leagues have the expert players who are doing the most research resulting in the most accurate ADPs.

Player (ADP)

Dustin Pedroia (142.16)- A great batting average guy going late in drafts so far.

Byron Buxton (144.69)- Looking for a bounce back, one of the Twins top prospects who should be playing every day. Has 10-15 HR power with some speed.

Sam Dyson (144.90)-Job security is there, closing games for a very good team.

Jake Lamb (146.49)- Went 30 HR, 90 RBI 80 R last season. Has a good home hitters park, would like to see him hit fourth behind Goldschmidt.

Kevin Gausman (147.28)- One of my up coming pitchers, expecting a big step forward this year from Gausman, Baltimore’s #1

Julio Urias (167.50)- Expecting an increase in innings, hopefully around 150. May stay for an extended Spring Training to keep his innings down this season. Will find his way to LA in May and contribute big for the Dodgers.

Keon Broxton (175.32)- Elite speed, and may find himself hitting second to start the season with the Brewers, Villar hitting in front of him and Braun behind him.

Ben Zobrist (175.99)-Multi-position stud, 2nd and OF eligible hits in a great lineup should be batting fifth or sixth.

Marcell Ozuna (183.32)-20 HR 70 RBI 70 R potential.

Hernan Perez (186)-Another speedy Brewer with multi-position eligibility, Brewers util guy. May not be everyday starter. Could be 2nd, 3rd, and OF eligible.

Rajai Davis (197.11) Rajai is 36 years old and averages 30 SB per season. Great cheap option for steals late.

Ryon Healy (198.04)- My pick for AL Rookie of the Year, hopefully, hits 3rd in Oakland. 30 HR potential this season.

Joc Pederson (198.42)- Joc has been getting better every season with the Dodgers, was a 5-tool prospect, expect to take another giant leap forward. 25 Hr, 80 RBI, 80 R guy.

Marcus Semien (208.37)- A SS that hit 27 HR 75 RBI 72 R and 10 SB in the 17th round according to his ADP, yes please!

Tom Murphy (223.71)- Has a hairline fracture in his forearm. Will go undrafted to start, but if you have the DL spots, he will be worth the last round pick.

Logan Forsythe (224.35)- A flexible guy who can play many positions, although he only played 2nd last year. Will be Dodgers starting 2nd baseman, 20 HR power.

Manny Margot (247.45)- Hopefully, the starting CF with Sand Diego, he has plus speed and can swipe 30 bases.

Domingo Santana (256.15)- One of the many overlook Brewers this season 25 HR power when healthy.

Gerardo Parra (Can’t find his ADP)- Going to get many opportunities with Dahl and Desmond hurt. Going very cheap for a guy who will play every day.

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