Michael Vick is slipping to the third round in some expert drafts, but he's first-round material. Vick has the potential to be the first fantasy player in recent memory to score 400 points (based on traditional scoring systems). He averaged 25 points in his 10 best games last season and that projects to 400 over 16 games. For the remaining six, he averaged 15.5 in two games, missed one contest because of an injury, and struggled in two games vs. Tampa Bay's No. 1 defense and one against the Ravens. This season, Vick will make better decisions and be more consistent after gaining one full year of experience. He's been given a No. 1 wideout, Peerless Price, as well. Look for Vick's passing stats to jump this season and complement his amazing rushing stats. He'll be the top fantasy scorer in many weeks, propelling his owners to a win. It's not too early to take Vick with the overall sixth pick in the draft after LaDainian Tomlinson, Ricky Williams, Clinton Portis, Marshall Faulk and Priest Holmes.
-- Roger Rotter, ESPN.com Fantasy editor