Having the last pick of your fantasy draft shouldn't put a frown on your face. Actually you're doing well. In my opinion, it's much better than being in no-man's-land sitting in the 5 spot. Just like with the #1 pick, every pick (except the last one) will be back-to-back. You have potential to pick lethal duos and set the tone of the draft, after round 1.
Here's your guide to determine who you should be looking at when drafting form this position and your rubric after you have drafted. Let's take a look.
Remember, we create these articles based on 10-Team PPR League, with a snake draft, and only cover the first 10 rounds.