(*) NFBC: 2013 Rookie Crop

One year after watching Mike Trout and Bryce Harper come out of nowhere to lead fantasy teams to league titles, owners are all over this year’s top prospects. This year you can already see owners targeting younger players and putting them on their radars like never before.

Trout may have had the greatest ascension for a player since Doc Gooden in 1984. He went from a late round prospect—‚his Average Draft Position (ADP) in the NFBC last March was 280—to now a consensus Top 3 overall pick. His ADP in the NFBC is 2 right now behind only Miguel Cabrera and just ahead of Ryan Braun. He’s the No. 1 Dynasty player who appears to have the skills to be a fantasy star for the next 15 years.

Bryce Harper’s ADP last March was 256 and yet he...


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