Nick Capozzi used a dirty old Razzball hat that Grey Albright spilled a coffee on to select the draft order on Razzball Radio earlier today. You can watch this show right here. There's plenty of props and magic. Ok, maybe not but there is a segment where Jesse Ferreira will show you how to pronounce the word "carpet" - Boston style. Moving on.....here is how the draft lotto turned out.
The slow draft starts tomorrow on MyFantasyLeague @ 6 AM Eastern. You can follow along and see how we pick em'. We set up a Twitter hashtag to share our picks as they are made at #LegendsLeague. Chime in and let us know who's crushing it and who's not..
Corey Parson (SiriusXMFantasy and ScoutPROfantasy)
Corey knows fantasy football as well as any expert in the industry. If I had to pick a favorite to win this league, it would be this man right here. I have finished a couple mock drafts with Corey and have seen the work he’s doing. Believe me, this guy will snipe your pick from you so you better bring you’re A-Game on draft day. This guy will do some damage from that #1 spot in this draft!
Nick Capozzi (Razzball Radio)
The hardest working and fastest rising star in the fantasy industry. Nick is flat out crushing it. He books the biggest names on Razzball Radio which you can stream live on the FantasySportsNetwork. Nick is soon to embark on an epic 32 in 32 Tour where he will be stopping and hosting a fantasy draft in all 32 NFL cities in just 32 days. Get your tickets to see him and his fellow Razzball mates when they hit your city.
Liz Loza (TheFantasyFootballGirl)
Fantasy Football enthusiast/expert. Co-host of the X's & Y's Podcast. Liz recently covered the first ever Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards where she worked the "orange" carpet and interviewed Super Bowl Champion Russell Wilson and many other NFL players. Be sure to follow Liz on Twitter and check out her podcast. She'll hold her own in this league and has as good a chance as any to take home the title.
Jay Long (Razzball)
Those of us who were looking to bring home the prize money probably were not too thrilled to see Jay Long’s name in this league. Jay is the lead fantasy football writer over at Razzball. I read all his articles for good reason. Give this legend a follow.
Scott Engel (RotoExperts)
Not only is Scott the King of the fantasy industry, he is fantasy. Scott is the Managing Director ofRotoExperts and co-hosts the “RotoExperts In The Morning” fantasy show on SiriusXMFantasy every weekday with Adam Ronis from 6am to 9am Eastern. Don’t have SiriusXM yet? Don't worry, theFantasySportsNetwork is streaming every show. Scott is as big to the fantasy sports industry as Gene Simmons is to the Rock & Roll industry. Both Scott and Gene are Hall of Fame Legends. I think Gene’s signed more autographs but that could change.
Pick #6 (also known as the Matt Schaub Pick)
Adam Ronis (RotoExperts)
Adam is solid as a rock when it comes to giving exceptional fantasy advice. This guy crushes in both fantasy baseball and football. If you listened to his advice, you would have ended up with Josh Gordon on your team last year. Definitely, hit him up on Twitter and listen to him on SiriusXMFantasy and theFantasySportsNetwork. The guy is a fantasy stud.
Dave Schmidt (FantasyBallblogger)
Partner at FantasyBallblogger and the last person you want to be up against in a money league. Dave has collected many championship trophies over the past decade+. No one is more prepared than Ballblogger Dave on draft day.
Jesse Ferreira (FantasyBallblogger)
A true fantasy legend. Thanks in part to drafting Jamal Charles, Josh Gordon and Julius Thomas, I won the prestigious FantasyBallblogger’s League last season by ousting defending champion Dave Schmidt.
Brian Forrester (ProjectRoto and FantasyBallblogger)
This soon to be father of a baby girl is a fantasy sports legend, writer and owner of the best Twitter Avitars. Brian has authored a number of fantasy draft guide articles and his predictions are usually spot on both in fantasy football and baseball. The other Legends better watch out for this crafty mastermind.
Rachel (Fantasy Football Chick)
Check out Rachel’s site, FantasyFootballChick for some excellent fantasy football content. Her 4,000 Twitter followers know how excellent of a fantasy mind she is. Follow her and read her work. She finished in the top of the Ballblogger’s Select Pickers Challenge last season so she’s no stranger to success in leagues with fellow fantasy legends.
Jennifer Millman (RotoExperts)
I have a confession to make. When I can’t decide which players to start on a given week, I'll often do what several thousand other people do and ask Jennifer. Jennifer is hands down one of the sharpest fantasy minds in the industry. She also finds a way to answer just about every Tweet she gets in season. So be sure to follow her on Twitter if you don’t already.
Dan Jay (FantasyFootballPlaybook and FantasyBallblogger)
Dan Jay is an amazing source of fantasy knowledge and skill. He makes awesome fantasy football player videos and writes top-notch fantasy articles that he shares on his site. Believe me when I tell you, Dan is as good a fantasy mind as there is. Dan is now managing @BFFantasyFTBL for Bills Fanatics so expect these sites to thrive.
*Are you a fantasy legend or want a chance to play against some legends? Let me know and I'll see if I can get you into the upcoming Ballblogger's Experts League.