First off, this is good stuff.
However, I do want to point out the obvious, which is that the player's upside, both in the short-term and in the long-term, will largely be affected by the team that drafts him
This is exactly the type of article/analysis that is missing from Dobber's Prospect Guide, which although a terrific read (by far the best in the world on prospects) could really benefit greatly from an analysis of how a player's fantasy value is impacted by the team that drafts him. I look, for example, at Ryan Ellis who going into his draft year was arguably the #1 fantasy option for a dman. However, he was drafted by the deep Nashville Predators and so far he hasn't had a sniff of fantasy value in his career. A player like Del Zotto, on the other hand, saw his fantasy value increase significantly when he was drafted by the Rangers because they had an obvious need for a player like Del Zotto.
Perhaps what I'm suggesting, other than Dobber doing this in his Prospect Guide, would be for you to have a follow-up to this article after the draft to see what players, if any, have their value in both the short and long-term change after the draft.
Again, great job.
10 team league, multi-cat, full keeper.
Forwards: J. Toews, J. Tavares, J. Eberle, J. Neal, A. Kopitar, T. Seguin, E. Kane, M. Duchene, J. Benn, M. Ryder, D. Brown, B. Marchand
Defense: A. Pietrangelo, K. Shattenkirk, A. Goligoski, PK Subban, J. Carlson, J. Spurgeon
Goalies: M. Smith, A. Niemi
Bench: R. Clowe, B. Dubinsky, M. Calvert, P. Mueller, D. Clarkson, M. Carle, M. Niskanen, P. Wiercioch, J. Halak, A. Lindback