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Collette Calls: The Top 200 vs. Early ADP

Jason Collette

Jason Collette

Jason has been helping fantasy owners since 1999 at RotoJunkie, Fanball, Baseball Prospectus and now here at RotoWire. He covers the Tampa Bay Rays at You can hear Jason weekly on many of the Sirius/XM Fantasy channel offerings throughout the season as well as on the Towers of Power Baseball Hour Podcast on iTunes. He was selected as the Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year by FSWA in 2013.

We are officially just under five weeks away from pitchers and catchers reporting to camps in Arizona and Florida. While we wait for those players to get to camp, the fantasy baseball industry charges on. Earlier this week, the RotoWire 200 was posted, and we now have average draft position data from NFBC. In talking to the great guys that run the NFBC, they tell me the ADP data represents 20 mock drafts thus far. Let's take a look at how the ADP data matches up to the RotoWire Top 200 data to see where there are early bargains and early reaches are at.

(Don't worry July 2013 subscribers, I didn't participate in the rankings.)

Here is the breakdown by position:

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