Outfield is one position that you aren't going to have any trouble filling on draft day despite the fact most fantasy leagues have three outfield slots. Even players not ranked in the top 25 are still well worth having on your starting roster.
For example, Curtis Granderson is ranked 34th at the position by the Yahoo! experts yet he had 102 runs, 43 HR, 106 RBI, 10 SB, and a .232 average last year. Not a very good batting average but very good stats in every other major stat category.
Adam Dunn isn't even ranked in the top 50 but he is another player who can contribute heavily in the power categories. Yahoo! experts put down at #52 at the position despite the fact he had 87 runs, 41 HR, 96 RBI, 2 SB, and a .204 average. Obviously that bating average is horrible but Dunn has always been about swinging for the fences. He is a career .240 hitter but is still valuable in fantasy because he can belt 30-40 homers each year.
Looking even further down the list, how about Seattle's Michael Morse at #55. Morse had 53 runs, 18 HR, 62 RBI, and a .291 average last season, but only played 102 games. His stats from 2011 were more impressive with 31 HR, 95 RBI, and a .303 average. Morse has the capability of repeating those numbers if he can stay healthy for a full season.
Jayson Werth is another bargain player, ranked #56 by the experts. Last season, Werth had 42 runs, 5 HR, 31 RBI, 8 SB, and a .300 average but this was only in 81 games. Prior to that, he was easily a 20 HR / 20 SB player.
It is obvious there is a lot of depth at this position. I disagree with some of the experts' rankings, however, including who should be #1. Let's take a look at my top 10 outfielders: