When is the optimal time for you to draft a particular player? The Huddle's average draft position (ADP) provides you with vital information about when you should draft a player, and when you should wait. Draft preparation is essential before you begin drafting your team, and The Huddle’s 2011 fantasy football average draft position information helps you to identify those players that are being drafted too high, as well as those that are being undervalued. The information below was created, and is updated in real-time, based on all completed league drafts hosted at MyFantasyLeague.com. For a full 2011 average draft position report, join The Huddle today.

2011 Average Draft Position (ADP)

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The best draft day decisions happen by recognizing player value and when to make the right move. The Huddle's 2011 Fantasy Football Draft Kit charts the average draft position of players so you know who to select, when to trade up, or when to move down for that sleeper pick.

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