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Welcome to this week’s episode of The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. As usual, A.J. Applegarth and I will be your hosts of the show. This week we are excited to bring on Chris Blessing from BaseballHQ on as a guest. He will be helping us break down the 2017 MLB Amateur Draft.

Fantasy Six Pack PPR Mock Draft

First, we begin with analyzing the Fantasy Football PPR Mock Draft that the awesome crew over at Fantasy Six Pack completed.

The guys over there did a full 16 round mock draft to get a head start on preparation for you. We take a look at the trends of the draft, best picks, most questionable picks, along with their overall thoughts of the draft.

2017 MLB Amateur Draft

Next, we get to talk to Chris Blessing from BaseballHQ. Chris helps you understand how to analyze the 2017 MLB Amateur Draft from a Fantasy Baseball perspective. Many of you will be having your Amateur Drafts coming up in the next few weeks, so it is time to get prepared.

Chris break down general strategy when trying to analyze all the players, including the best resources available. Next, he discusses the top five players in the draft to tell you which ones of them he would take. Finally, he gives his best and worst players from the rest of the pool.

If you want to find more of Chris’s work, it is best to follow him on Twitter @C_Blessing. There he Tweets out his work on BaseballHQ and USAToday, along with many other helpful tidbits.

Twitter and Your Questions

If you want to get in on the discussion yourself, feel free to call in live during the show to ask them your own burning questions. Otherwise, you can always send them in via Twitter to @fantasysixpack, and hear your questions get answered live on air.

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