I usually find that prospects are very hard to accurately peg with respect to their "fantasy value".
In fantasy hockey, a category is a category and PIM is a good thing.
In fantasy hockey prospect drafts, we all tend to research a player's "NHL value" - as written up by NHL scouts.
Only in fantasy hockey do we look at guys like Milan Lucic and say "Oh, Lucic is a top 50 (fantasy) player".
So... that said, I'm not sure how well we can really grade these drafts except for looking at the pure-offensive value of the players.
What I'm trying to say is that some teams have some nice players wrt "fantasy value". For example, I think Tom Wilson (Team 1, 3rd round) will be a very nice fantasy hockey player, even if he only puts up 40pts. More valuable than some of higher "rated" prospects that might put up 55-60pts with little PIM and little Hits.
So... while I can't do a full rating (because I think it's too difficult), I really think that Team 1 has to be a run away winner for being lucky enough to land the #1 Yakupov and steal some nice fantasy players... like Tom Wilson