Here's the latest ADP shifts that we've taken note of since the the fantasy Baseball draft season kicked off in the middle of February. As you'll see below, the player news flow does make it's impact on Average Draft Position (ADP). Sometimes the lack of news, also has an effect. Consider the likes of players that finished their 2015 campaigns in impressive fashion, but haven't really been in the headlines this spring: players like Kendrys Morales, Matt Duffy, Randal Grichuk, have all lost ADP favor, without justification.
One of the new features in the Fantistics Draft Advisory software is the ability to choose different ADP providers (ESPN, CBS, Yahoo, NFBC, RTSports and blended). Other than the usefulness of using the different ADPs to more closely match your draft room, this also allows the ability to complete different mock drafts within the Draft Advisory Software using different ADP sources, giving you a different draft in each scenario. Knowing what your draft room sees or thinks of other players is almost like seeing the other owners cards during a poker game. This allows us to also gauge what players Fantistics ranks higher in value, verses their ADP. Which in turn allows the Draft Advisory user, in some instances, to wait an extra round or two, further enhancing our Value Above Mean model (click here for screenshots).
Without further ado, here's the ADP movers that we've charted over the last month, and their current ADP in the various draft rooms:
New for 2016: Choose from different ADP providers (ESPN, CBS, Yahoo, NFBC, RTSports and blended. Other than the usefulness of using the different ADPs to more closely match your draft room sentiment, this feature also allows for the ability to complete different mock drafts in the draft software using different ADP sources, giving you a different draft in each scenario.