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    The summer steadily marches on and the excitement is building for fantasy football managers as they prepare for upcoming drafts.  I recently completed a 15-round mock draft, and the rankings are starting to steady out.  Some of the earlier mock drafts saw kickers going way too early, and some decent running backs going way to late.  The ADP’s (Average Draft Position) of most players are much more realistic in this most recent mock.

    To see the complete mock draft results please click here

    I had the 2nd overall pick, which netted me one of the top RB’s in the game in LeSean McCoy, but it is a very long wait for the pick to come back around.  Having to remember that guys like Frank Gore and Michael Turner are in for reduced workloads in 2012, I settled on Steven Jackson and Ahmad Bradshaw in the 2nd and 3rd rounds.  Since the top QB’s went off the board, I decided to load up on quality RB’s as they produce the most points in standard H2H formats.

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    EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – NOVEMBER 20: Running back LeSean McCoy #25 of the Philadelphia Eagles carries the ball during a game against the New York Giants on November 20, 2011 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

    POSPlayerBYETeamPick
    QB
    Eli Manning11NYGR6 P11
    QBJosh Freeman5TBR12 P11
    RBLeSean McCoy7PHIR1 P2
    RBSteven Jackson9STLR2 P11
    RBAhmad Bradshaw11NYGR3 P2
    RBDaniel Thomas7MIAR9 P2
    RBTim Hightower10WASR10 P11
    RBDelone Carter4INDR11 P2
    RBLeGarrette Blount5TBR15 P2
    WRMike Wallace4PITR4 P11
    WRJordy Nelson10GBR5 P2
    WRMalcom Floyd7SDR8 P11
    TEJason Witten5DALR7 P2
    KMatt Prater7DENR14 P11
    DEFPittsburgh Steelers4PITR13 P2

    Lets take a quick look at how the first round broke down so depending on your draft position you will know which players you can expect to have a shot at.

    Aaron Rodgers 2011-5

    It is no surprise that Aaron Rodgers is the #1 overall QB taken(Photo credit: elviskennedy)

    Round
    TeamPlayerPosTeam
    R1 P1JEKFoster, ArianRBHOU
    R1 P2fantasyteamadvice.comMcCoy, LeSeanRBPHI
    R1 P3VOODOORice, RayRBBAL
    R1 P4Lets get this party startedMathews, RyanRBSD
    R1 P5NatyiceJones-Drew, MauriceRBJAX
    R1 P6Guaranteed MediocrityRodgers, AaronQBGB
    R1 P7xfactorJohnson, ChrisRBTEN
    R1 P8Go BrownsRichardson, TrentRBCLE
    R1 P9FrogsJohnson, CalvinWRDET
    R1 P10kings of beerFitzgerald, LarryWRARI
    R1 P11bk14Murray, DeMarcoRBDAL
    R1 P12under pressureLynch, MarshawnRBSEA

    Arian Foster has gone #1 overall in every mock draft that I have conducted so far in the summer of 2012.  While I do think he will have a great season, I am a little worried that with the Texans defense losing a couple key players they could end up playing from behind this year, letting Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson play a more prominent role this season.  The only QB to go off the board here was Aaron Rodgers, which is no surprise, but Larry Fitzgerald certainly turned a couple heads going #10 overall in front of DeMarco Murray and Marshawn Lynch.  It is extremely unlikely that Fitzgerald will beat out Murray or Lynch in fantasy scoring this year.  I always recommend taking a guy who is guaranteed to touch the ball 25-30 times a game over someone that may have 8-15 looks at the WR position.

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