2020 FYPD Rankings

2020 FYPD Rankings

Written by: Michael Richards & Danny Brackman
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The 2020 FYPD Rankings and 2021 season is upon us! 2020 is in the rear view mirror, and this draft gives dynasty managers an opportunity for renewed hope in their pursuit of finding that next piece of the puzzle. Many types of draft styles converge at the same time, making this unique from typical drafts. Some managers, well on their way to building a serious contender, view this draft as an opportunity to grab a few prospects that may have some trade value later this year. Others are in the midst of a rebuild and are looking for that next franchise-altering piece that could turn the tides. Others are stockpiling talented arms hoping they can develop an ace or two for the future. Just like the typical fantasy drafts, various styles can and have worked.

The most important advice I can give you is to plan. Research the players. Figure out who you like and why. Search around for other drafts that have occurred and get a sense of where players are going. Have a strategy but be flexible enough to shift gears if someone falls to you. If your league allows in-draft trading, take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves. If someone you have ranked #16 is sitting there at #31, reach out to see if you can trade up. Generally, be in tune with your league and the types of players certain managers tend to value. Not every draft will be the same because people have different levels of skill and experience. Sometimes you have to take a high upside international prospect inside the Top 10 if you want him. Other leagues allow these players to fall.

Each year players selected in these drafts end up turning into cornerstone players down the line. Some of them will shoot up prospect lists over the next year but are not considered top prospects at the time of this draft. If you take the preparation seriously and use all the great resources available, you should have a great time adding multiple intriguing prospects from this deep class. Good luck!

2020 FYPD Top 75 Rankings

1Spencer TorkelsonDET21
2Austin MartinTOR21
3Zac VeenCOL19
4Nick GonzalezPIT21
5Max MeyerMIA21
6Ha-seong KimSD25
7Emerson HancockSEA21
8Asa LacyKC21
9Wilman DiazLAD17
10Garrett MitchellMIL22
11Cristian HernandezCHC17
12Austin HendrickCIN19
13Ed HowardCHC19
14Carlos ColmenarezTB17
15Heston KjerstadBAL22
16Mick AbelPHI19
17Pete Crow-ArmstrongNYM18
18Robert Hassell IIISD19
19Tyler SoderstromOAK19
20Austin WellsNYY21
21Garrett CrochetCHW21
22Slade CecconiARI21
23Isaiah GreeneCLE19
24Reid DetmersLAA21
25Aaron SabatoMIN21
26Pedro LeonHOU22
27Jake VogelLAD19
28Bobby MillerLAD21
29Cade CavalliWSH22
30Cristian SantanaDET17
31Jordan WalkerSTL18
32Bryce JarvisARI23
33Jordan NwoguCHC21
34Nick BitskoTB18
35Dillon DinglerDET22
36Manuel BeltreTOR16
37Pedro PinedaOAK17
38Tanner BurnsCLE22
39Jared ShusterATL22
40Zach DeloachSEA22
41Cole WilcoxTB21
42Justin FoscueTEX21
43Jared KelleyCHW19
44David CalabreseLAA18
45Yiddi CappeMIA18
46Patrick BaileySF21
47Shalin PolancoPIT17
48Danny De AndradeMIN16
49Ambioris TavarezATL17
50Denzer GuzmanLAA17
51Masyn WinnSTL18
52Nick YorkeBOS18
53Miguel BleisBOS16
54Jhonny PironTB17
55Carson TuckerCLE19
56Clayton BeeterLAD22
57Colt KeithDET19
58Maikol HernandezBAL17
59Alex SantosHOU19
60Hudson HaskinBAL22
61Jesus GalizLAD17
62Blaze JordanBOS18
63J.T. GinnNYM21
64Kyle HarrisonSF19
65Daniel CabreraDET22
66Werner BlakelyLAA19
67Petey HalpinCLE18
68Daniel VazquezKC17
69Malvin ValdezCIN17
70Norge VeraCHW20
71Yoelqui CespedesCHW23
72Jackson ChourioMIL16
73Nick LoftinKC22
74Carlos JorgeCIN17
75Gage WorkmanDET21

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