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5 Mock Draft Sites with ADP to Think About

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Any serious fantasy footballer starting doing ESPN mocks back when they opened up in May, has been doing slow e-mail draft mocks on MFL since the lights went out at the Super Bowl, and basically been locked and loaded drafting on all available platforms for month. The beginning of August is when ADP begins to normalize and most of the major sites all present a different set of rankings, dependent on the rankers from that site, and while it shouldn’t, it does have a big impact on ADP.

ESPN- The absolute cushiest of ADP, due to large mass of casual players that draft there. Dramatic changes in the player landscape aren’t shown as much in ADP at ESPN due to the massive volume of drafts in their database. ESPN easily has the best drafting client and interface as well. You take what you get when using this platform; the ADP has alot to offer but there will be the odd player that doesn’t belong in the round he’s being taken.

Fantasy Fooball Calculator- Not nearly as pretty as ESPN, but you can see in their mock draft ADP that the players on the site take it more seriously. Despite the fact that some jokers have been selecting Tim Tebow at QB, the rest of the ADP is pretty normalized. The interface isn’t as great as ESPN, but I don’t hate it entirely.

CBS Sports- I have only played one league out on CBS Sports and basically avoid mocking there as much as possible. They have all the pros and cons of ESPN, with a longer wait to get into a mock and a not as nice interface. The Rankers on CBS appear to have a big, big affect on the ADP.

Yahoo!- Whenever possible, you want to look at the ADP of the sites that are getting large traffic numbers because alot of the variance comes out in the wash and you can get a real sense of what the public thinks about a player or a whole round. Other than the high ADP of quarterback’s on Y!, they seem to have it pretty nailed.

MyFantasyLeague- The cream of the crop, the best of the best. I won’t pretend to be a huge fan of the interface of the site or the draft client, but literally everything else about MFL and their ADP is perfect. If you want expert draft ADP, this is where you will find it.

Top 3 Round ADP Combined

1 Adrian Peterson (MIN) RB1 1 1 1 1 1.0
2 Arian Foster (HOU) RB2 2 2 2 2 2.0
3 Doug Martin (TB) RB3 3 3 5 3 3.5
4 Jamaal Charles (KC) RB4 7 4 6 4 5.3
5 Marshawn Lynch (SEA) RB5 9 5 3 5 5.5
6 Ray Rice (BAL) RB6 5 6 4 10 6.3
7 Calvin Johnson (DET) WR1 4 8 7 8 6.8
8 C.J. Spiller (BUF) RB7 10 7 8 6 7.8
9 Trent Richardson (CLE) RB8 6 10 10 7 8.3
10 LeSean McCoy (PHI) RB9 12 9 12 9 10.5
11 Alfred Morris (WAS) RB10 11 11 11 11 11.0
12 A.J. Green (CIN) WR2 8 14 14 16 13.0
13 Aaron Rodgers (GB) QB1 13 19 9 12 13.3
14 Matt Forte (CHI) RB11 19 13 18 14 16.0
15 Drew Brees (NO) QB2 17 25 13 13 17.0
16 Dez Bryant (DAL) WR3 15 16 17 21 17.3
17 Steven Jackson (ATL) RB12 35 12 15 15 19.3
18 Brandon Marshall (CHI) WR4 16 20 20 22 19.5
19 Stevan Ridley (NE) RB13 26 15 19 19 19.8
20 Chris Johnson (TEN) RB14 23 17 24 17 20.3
21 Julio Jones (ATL) WR5 14 22 21 25 20.5
22 Jimmy Graham (NO) TE1 20 21 26 23 22.5
23 Maurice Jones-Drew (JAC) RB15 30 18 27 18 23.3
24 Demaryius Thomas (DEN) WR6 18 26 25 27 24.0
25 Peyton Manning (DEN) QB3 34 35 16 20 26.3
26 Frank Gore (SF) RB16 39 24 23 28 28.5
27 Percy Harvin (SEA) WR7 22 34 28 36 30.0
28 Randall Cobb (GB) WR8 21 31 35 35 30.5
29 Larry Fitzgerald (ARI) WR9 28 29 34 31 30.5
30 DeMarco Murray (DAL) RB17 31 27 42 24 31.0
31 Roddy White (ATL) WR10 29 33 29 34 31.3
32 Andre Johnson (HOU) WR11 27 37 30 33 31.8
33 Darren McFadden (OAK) RB18 36 30 33 29 32.0
34 Reggie Bush (DET) RB19 42 23 46 26 34.3

 

About Davis Mattek

Davis Mattek is a 20 year old English major at Kansas State University who founded his own website, Sports Wunderkind, late in 2012. In addition to running his own site, Davis is a full-time contributor at Fantasysports.org and a part time contributor at Dynasty League Football, The Fantasy Fix and Rotoviz.

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