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Fortunately, after doing so many mocks at this stage of the preseason, we could all put together respectable rosters in our sleep.Of course, even if you are weary after a long day at work, taking the time to mock will help you flesh out key strategies for your real drafts. In this case, I havent drafted last in a 10-teamer in a while, so it provided me a great chance to see what might be available at the turn as the draft snaked on.Honestly, I wasnt thrilled with my early-round picks, aside from Rob Gronkowski, who seems to end up on all of my teams. Ive long been a believer in winning each position battle against my opponent, and I can put a check mark next to tight end for the rest of the season, especially since I also snagged Martellus Bennett, who at the least will be a handcuff and could be become a flex starter in his own right.Still, I have a boatload of upside with the likes of Lamar Miller, Carlos Hyde and Demaryius Thomas, so its possible I may end up loving this lineup a few weeks into the season if things break right.When Im drafting in the fourth-to-seventh range, I tend to alternate wide receiver and running back in the middle rounds, which allows me to fill out both positions as players I like drop to me. Unfortunately, drafting on the end doesnt set up well for that approach. You are forced to take a pair of players, likely wont get too many value picks who fall to you -- and you wont get another pick for what will seem like days.So, in this case, I just took the best upside players available, at least in my opinion, which ended up being Melvin Gordon and a slew of wide receivers (DeVante Parker, Tyler Lockett, Marvin Jones and Corey Coleman). I may llack depth at running back, but odds are good that at least one or two of those wideouts will pop, which could open things up for me to pull off some trades.ddddddddddddAlso key to your drafts is knowing your opponents, as that allows you to predict which players you can wait to draft and which you need to jump on now. To wit, its no secret that this group of ESPN experts is willing to wait forever to draft quarterbacks and defenses, so I waited and waited and waited -- and ended up securing Carson Palmer, Marcus Mariota and the Seattle Seahawks D/ST from picks 110-130, which allowed me to pair a veteran stud with a sleeper quarterback, plus arguably the top D/ST.The participants for this draft, in the order in which they selected, were: Matt Bowen, Kyle Soppe, Eric Karabell, Jim McCormick, Tristan H. Cockcroft, Keith Lipscomb, Matthew Berry, Field Yates, KC Joyner and yours truly, Tom Carpenter.Soppe selected Dion Lewis in the fourth round before the it was announced hell need a second surgery. Heres how hed adjust after the news:If youre in a league with deep rosters where the end of your bench can be used on lottery tickets, Id hang on to Lewis. That said, most ESPN standard leagues dont operate like that and therefore I am cutting ties. I dont love the idea of trying to chase Patriot running backs, but with James White being a very capable pass catcher (his 28 catches from Week 13 forward last season led all running backs) in an offense that focuses on such a skill set (25.6 percent of Tom Bradys completions went to RBs last season), thats where Im headed. According to ESPN ADP, White is a free agent in most leagues that have already drafted, so if you act quick, you can salvage this situation. If White is gone, Id look at a pair of handcuffs that gained value this weekend in Alfred Morris an Reggie Bush as roster-fillers. ' ' '