I wasn’t planning to do another video this week, but late Friday I noticed a tweet from RotoSaurus slagging the Average Draft Position (ADP) data from Mock Draft Central (MDC), which of course is what we use in the Cheatsheet Compiler & Draft Buddy. The guys at RotoSaurus use the ADP from the National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC), because that is where they play, and that is where the pro or more experienced fantasy players, play.
I absolutely know there are a ton of sharp fantasy baseball players in the NFBC, so I agree the NFBC ADP is good data. I guess which you prefer could depend on who you are playing against. Do the owners in your league draft more like your average Joe MDC member, or your average Joe NFBC player?
Always one to give you guys choices, I created an HTML page with ADP from the NFBC that you can import into your copy of the Compiler, in case you’d rather use that instead of the default MDC ADP. The only thing you need to know, is how to change it. And that is why I created another video, to show how it is done.