Target these four late in drafts
February, 29, 2012
By Eric Karabell | ESPN.com
On Tuesday, I wrote a fun -- well, at least for me -- blog entry about players from last season's top 100 who saw their stock really drop during the 2011 season, for various reasons. We called it the bounce-back sleepers for 2012. Needless to say, in the reactive world that is fantasy sports, none of those players are top 100 players, by most draft day accounts, today. I enjoyed writing about that, but as some of you have noted in the aftermath there must be some other players expected to make the jump to fantasy relevance, those that, unlike a certain forgotten Toronto Blue Jays outfielder, weren't in quite as much demand a year ago.