Usually I find myself trying to handcuff one of my RBs or trying to find a true sleeper. If you're lucky, you can nab someone that may take a year to be truly ready. For instance, in my 2003 keeper league draft, I held the LAST pick. That player was Willis McGahee. I was willing to sacrifice a roster spot for him simply based on potential, and that is now the steal of our drafts over the last 5 years. Was I lucky? Yes. That same year, I drafted Michael Bennett, knowing going in that he wouldn't be playing until the second half of the season. As soon as he was healthy, I used him as valuable trade bait. Give yourself a healthy bench, but don't be afraid to take a gamble on at least two of your last three picks.
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