High Fives: NFL Draft

Yahoo! Sports' trio of fantasy experts will each offer up, on a regular basis, a look at their top five lists dealing with a variety of topics.

This week's topics: The NFL's incoming freshman class, college football meat markets and fantasy football's offseason risers and fallers.


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig

Top 5 players in the NFL Draft

Top 5 most anticipated rookies for fantasy football '05

Top 5 college football factories (turn out NFL quality and quantity)

Top 5 fantasy football players on the rise this offseason

Top 5 fantasy football players on the decline this offseason

Reader response to last week's High Fives
Nobody wishes they could have seen Tupac Shakur or Notorious B.I.G. live? I like the Bob Marley (pick), but I guess you guys just aren't "hip" enough. – Brett, Irvington, NY

I have a music comment on your High Fives this (past) week. I'd have to say, musically, Matt matches up the best with me, though I would switch Elvis out for Jimi Hendrix, who should have also made your (Funston's) list since he was a Seattle native. Jimi is a clear overall No. 1 pick for me. – James, Chestertown, MD

I'm new to fantasy baseball, but I'm loving it and especially enjoy the articles by you, Mike Harmon and Matt Romig. Regarding the "Five Baseball players you wish you could have seen perform live" – Growing up in the St. Louis area in the late '60s and early '70s, there was nothing better than sitting in Busch Stadium and watching Bob Gibson and Lou Brock. They were both a wonder to watch. – Joel, North Carolina

Have you been glued to ESPN2 this past week watching the U.S. Women's Curling Team? Cassie Johnson is the closest thing to Mia Hamm (female star succeeding in a sport that Americans don't care about) that we'll see for a long time. These past two weeks have felt like women's World Cup fever all over again, only to see the 2005 women lose a heartbreaker on a perfect rock skipped by Anette Norberg from Sweden. Two weeks ago, a perfect rock was a shiny one. – Mark, Tampa, FL

Your statement about Roberto Clemente was right on the mark. I grew up in the Pittsburgh area and had the privilege to watch the great right fielder in action. Once, I saw him throw out a runner at home plate from a hit off the wall – he whirled around and threw a perfect strike to the catcher. Memories like this one last forever. Thank you for your work. – Duane

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