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Top 125 Rankings for 2018

Wednesday, December 13, 2017


With the PGA TOUR pressing pause for the holiday break, now is a great time to reflect and reset expectations for the upcoming year. Continuing with a tradition started by Ryan O'Sullivan, I will provide my current market value for the top 125 golfers on the PGA TOUR. 
 
Weekly formats like DFS are rapidly growing but there are still plenty of gamers just getting their leagues started in Hawaii. The rankings below should help you build your draft board. 
 
Other than using this list as a cheat sheet for season-long drafts. It should also be useful to bookmark it and return throughout the season. It's easy to get worked up in current form as the season goes on, but sometimes it is very valuable to press the "zoom out" button and get a bigger picture. 
 
The rankings do not look at one specific format, instead, I tried to provide a general ranking of the golfers, putting an emphasis on youth and upside for any gamers that are drafting for a dynasty league. If your league has deep rosters then you should boost up the guys with low volume but high efficiency and vice versa. 
 
I've included the age and a few strokes-gained metrics along with each golfer. The stats should be pretty self-explanatory but for clarity, these 2017 strokes gained numbers look at the entire calendar year, not just last season. The 4-year weighted strokes gained rank looks at performance since the start of 2014, with the recent years weighted more heavily. With all three of the categories, the strokes are adjusted for the strength of competition faced in each round. 
 
A quick way to think of these: 
 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank = Quantity
2017 Strokes Gained per Round = Quality
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank = Long-Term Baseline
 
At the end, I will round things up with a few lists that point out candidates I think are in great position to break out in 2018 and also a list of golfers that are ready to earn their first PGA TOUR win. 
 
Top 125

125. Jim Furyk
 
Age: 47 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 133 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 126 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 35 
2018 Outlook: He's not taking his career earning exemption which means his starts will be limited this year. That tells us he's confident he will play well enough in his limited starts or else he wants to use this year to get back in form while focusing on the Ryder Cup, then use his exemption next year and attack in full force. That makes him a risky option, especially when you consider his age and massive performance decline in 2017. 
 
Age: 35 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 108 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 128 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 121 
2018 Outlook: His long-term metrics show a very average TOUR golfer in all four sub-categories of strokes gained. It's not a terrible thing but it also helps explain why he's never won more than $1.035 million in any single season. He's not afraid to take it low on any given round though, leading or co-leading four times in his PGA TOUR career, but he hasn't been able to piece it together for all four rounds. 
 
Age: 36 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 112 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 120 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 111 
2018 Outlook: This five-time TOUR winner lost strokes to the field in 12 of his last 16 starts to end the 2017 calendar year. A slight bump in the road or the breadcrumbs leading to a full decline? 
 
Age: 28 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 131 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 143 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 132 
2018 Outlook: Posted top 25s in 15 of his 30 career Web.com Tour starts but still sits at just 14 top 25s thru 84 starts on the PGA TOUR. His lacks of distance doesn't translate to most TOUR venues and his lack of secure status forces him to play in as many events as possible. If he manages to lock up one or two top-heavy finishes then we may see his efficiency soar as he's able to set his schedule and focus on courses that fit his eye. 
 
Age: 36 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 118 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 116 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 116 
2018 Outlook: Still has one of the best short games on TOUR. The problem is finding courses that limit his damage from tee-to-green.
 
120. Brian Gay 
Age: 46 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 77 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 94 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 142 
2018 Outlook: He earned $524,742 during the fall schedule, already more than 50% his earnings from last season. He hasn't eclipsed $1.5 Million since 2010 and is closer to 50 years of age than 40. I wouldn't let a fast start to the new season fool me into drafting Gay. 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 117 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 129 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 77 
2018 Outlook: Posted four top 5s last season including an out-of-form win at the Byron Nelson, but the rest of his season was dreadful. Finished outside the top 50 in 18 of his 28 starts. 
 
118. Si Woo Kim 
Age: 22 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 159 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 156 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 138 
2018 Outlook: He's just 22 years old but already a two-time TOUR winner. He's the king of mid-tourney WDs (7 in 77 starts) but it's hard to ignore those wins. 
 
Age: 41 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 91 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 98 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 118 
2018 Outlook: Someone you won't find me drafting personally, due to age, but he's shown the ability to stuff his approaches with the best of them. The ultimate late bloomer who is swinging well. Follow the form, if you must. 
 
Age: 24 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 115 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 140 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 140 
2018 Outlook: Rattled off three podium finishes in 17 starts on the Web.com Tour (2016) then won during his rookie season of the PGA TOUR. Sure, it was a weak field event, but his performance overall was solid in the second half of the season. Probably not a coincidence that he also implemented a Twitter ban right before that run of form. With his status locked up until 2019, will we see him go back to his old ways or can he stay focused? 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 110 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 122 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 154 
2018 Outlook: Posted a career high in terms of top 25s last season (7) but it still wasn't enough to crack the FedExCup Playoffs. He's now fallen short of the Playoffs in all three tries on the PGA TOUR. Showing a bit more comfort on the courses last year, I think 2018 is finally the year he makes his debut in THE NORTHERN TRUST. 
 
Age: 32 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 119 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 130 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 62 
2018 Outlook: At this time last year he was sitting inside the top 20 in the Official World Golf Rankings. The Scot is now ranked 75th in the world. His approach AND putting numbers have both shown massive declines. He was one of the steadiest options for a few years but now we see him drifting toward Brendon Todd territory. 
 
Age: 32 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 87 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 111 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 146 
2018 Outlook: A three-time TOUR winner but still has more missed cuts (98) than cuts made (90) over his career. 
 
Age: 28 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 90 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 114 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 130 
2018 Outlook: Recently came out to share his battle with muscular dystrophy. He's been playing through this since he first noticed it in 2011, so we shouldn't let it affect our grading of him for 2018. Has elite short game but very inconsistent with his irons. 
 
111. C.T. Pan 
Age: 26 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 106 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 132 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 123 
2018 Outlook: A four-time All-American at the University of Washington, his game has yet to translate to the big stage. He found a trio of top 10s during his rookie year but missed the cut in 15 of his 29 starts. Similar to Michael Kim and Blayne Barber, he would benefit from some more secure status, giving him the ability to play more courses that don't demand distance. 
 
110. Mac Hughes 
Age: 27 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 94 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 123 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 114 
2018 Outlook: A winner during his rookie year, that win was the only event that saw him gain 8+ strokes over the field. In 33 ShotLink starts, he averaged 1.2 strokes gained putting over the field but -1.3 strokes gained on approach. That is ELITE putting, so we can target him on tracks where the tee-to-green test is easy, letting his putter do all the work. 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 88 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 117 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 95 
2018 Outlook: It might be safe to declare the 2014-15 season as an outlier. That was the year he won his first (and still only) event en route to $3.9 million in earnings. He looked like a top-25 golfer in the world that year, posting top 25s in 16-of-30 starts. More realistic expectations are for him to finish somewhere in the 60-to-120th range in the FedExCup standings.
 
Age: 39 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 123 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 97 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 84 
2018 Outlook: Earned less than $1 million last year for the first time since the 2003 season. His glory days are over but he still provides value on the courses where he's historically crushed it.  
 
Age: 43 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 76 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 108 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 96 
2018 Outlook: Finished top 100 in the FedExCup standings for three straight years but he closed the 2017 calendar year by losing strokes to the field in seven straight starts. Just fatigue? Or a sign of decline for the aging Texan? 
 
106. Ben Martin 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 86 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 110 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 112 
2018 Outlook: Didn't have instant success on the PGA TOUR but he's now rattled off five straight seasons of five or more top 25s. Snuck into the Playoffs last year at 121st in the standings. 
 
Age: 26 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 103 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 118 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 119 
2018 Outlook: This bomber has lost strokes off-the-tee just eight times in his career (39 starts). Unfortunately, he rarely shines in the approach department (just one start with 4+ strokes approaching-the-green). Had his first taste of a PGA TOUR lead in 2017 (R1, RBC Canadian Open). He is a really fun golfer to own, given his massive length off the tee, but he still owns just one top 10 in his career. Keep your expectations reasonable. 
 
Age: 41 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 80 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 102 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 100 
2018 Outlook: Has nearly twice as many cuts made (212) than missed cuts (128) over the course of his career. Still, he's never earned more than $1.8 MM in a single season. A decent filler at the end of drafts, but don't get too excited. 
 
Age: 32 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 109 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 42 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 61 
2018 Outlook: No status but at 39th in the OWGR he'll see him in plenty of big events.
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 136 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 45 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 44 
2018 Outlook: A small-sample hero who has been crushing it since his son was born in July. Just a year ago he was struggling on the Web circuit (5-for-16). I find it hard to trust that he'll maintain his recent hot streak but if we're drafting a hockey team, I'd rank him up there with Lingmerth and DeLaet. 
 
Age: 24 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 101 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 127 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 127 
2018 Outlook: Has all the pedigree you could ask for (Jack Nicklaus and Fred Haskins Award winner). He's turned that into steady play on the PGA TOUR but we are still waiting for the breakout. With his lack of distance, he is at a big disadvantage on a lot of TOUR courses. Very reliant on putting right now, but it's definitely his biggest asset. He's gained 4 or more strokes putting in eight different events over the course of his young career. 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 149 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 72 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 135 
2018 Outlook: First made waves when he was the surprise first-round leader at the 2016 U.S. Open. He entered the final round in a share of second place that week, fading to T15 by day's end. He didn't parlay that into a TOUR card but he did take his talents to the Web circuit and gained more strokes over the field than anyone else on the WCT in 2017. Age is a funny thing. If he had the same profile but he was 25 instead of 30 then I'd be gushing over him. Instead, I'm calling him a late bloomer and proceeding with cautious optimism. 
 
Age: 25 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 135 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 149 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 131 
2018 Outlook: Has all the pedigree you could ask for. Still getting comfortable on TOUR. He's seen so many of his friends find the winner's circle that 2018 may be a make-or-break season, mentally, for the Stanford standout. Has the all-around game to win multiple times in a season out here. I'm keeping him in the breakout category for another season. 
 
Age: 27 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 107 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 135 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 122 
2018 Outlook: This trick-shot artist boasts some of the worst off-the-tee stats on TOUR. Everything else in his game is rock solid. That makes him an elite play on courses that take driver out of his hand but probably someone to avoid elsewhere (until he fixes his off-the-tee troubles). 
 
97. Danny Lee 
Age: 27 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 78 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 106 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 92 
2018 Outlook: The recently-wed Texan has played in 124 events over the last four seasons. It's no wonder that his back acts up from time to time. His theory is that he's just going to be practicing at home anyway, might as well get paid to play. We've seen Lee finish as high as 9th on the FedExCup standings but 70th or lower in his four other seasons played. Perhaps his new wife will help explain that a lighter schedule might help him, efficiency and longevity wise. Still just 27 years old, he would be quite the bargain if you're able to draft him at 97th in your season-long leagues. However, he is only this low due to the risk factors involved in the heavy workload. 
 
96. Whee Kim 
Age: 25 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 95 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 115 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 128 
2018 Outlook: Posted a career-best runner-up finish in June at the St. Jude. Then he matched it with a T2 at the Shriners (November). Kim also picked up two other top 5s during the 2017 calendar year. He is inching closer and closer to the winner's circle. Has one of the best short games on TOUR. Not the strongest from tee-to-green, but I would love to own Kim in 2018 and play him on short tracks and/or easy-to-score shootouts. A breakout candidate in 2018, especially if he improves his tee-to-green performance. 
 
Age: 36 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 70 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 101 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 105 
2018 Outlook: If we were building a roster of 25 guys to meet on the PGA TOUR, Hahn would make my list. As for his playing abilities, they are a bit too hit-or-miss for me to trust with a high draft pick. Has rattled off at least two top 10s in all five seasons on TOUR.
 
Age: 33 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 73 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 99 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 107 
2018 Outlook: I've always considered Vegas a hit-or-miss option for fantasy purposes but I may need to reconsider. Looking at his career resume, he's posted a cuts-made ratio of 67 percent, and most of that has been achieved without playing in a lot of the no-cut events that help pad the percentages for a lot of big-name stars. He's a three-time TOUR winner, makes a lot of cuts, and has played 27+ events in each of the last three seasons. 
 
Age: 38 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 89 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 82 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 86 
2018 Outlook: Will need to pick up his game in 2018 to avoid losing status. Finished just 136th in the FedExCup standings last season but he's still leaning on the status earned from his OHL Classic win. Has admitted it's tough to stay on a tight practice regime when he's also focused on being a dad. Since 2014 he's posted a strokes gained approach of 4+ in 12 events, but only two of those have come in the last two years. Slowly losing steam but still has the game to contend, particularly on the shorter tracks that require short irons and good putting. 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 84 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 95 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 94 
2018 Outlook: Posted a solid 19-for-25 record during his rookie campaign. Couldn't find many top-heavy finishes though, so he was forced to play well in the Web.com Tour Finals to retain his card. Playing out of the 28th spot on the reshuffle, he'll need to make some early waves to pick up any mid-season starts. 
 
Age: 35 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 121 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 74 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 80 
2018 Outlook: The Swede played golf at Oklahoma State but he's pegged it in just 35 PGA TOUR events since graduation. After a career year in 2016, he was able to play his way into some big events and then earn his PGA TOUR playing privileges by playing well in those events. Like plenty of the other European Tour talents, it comes down to scheduling. If he follows a similar route as fellow Swede, Stenson, then we'll only get the bare minimum of 15-to-17 starts. Adjust accordingly based on your league settings and roster size. 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 125 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 64 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 144 
2018 Outlook: Gamers that just started playing fantasy golf in 2017 are probably confused at why Hadley is so low on this list. He won twice on the Web.com Tour and then posted a trio of top 5s in his five fall appearances. While I understand the narrative that he's not taking his TOUR card for granted this time around, I am also not going to ignore the years worth of data that shows him as a talented (yet streaky) golfer that can pop up to win any event but can also go on runs of five straight missed cuts. If you want to trust the narrative and the 6-month hot streak then you'll want to bump up Hadley at least 40 spots. Otherwise, I think he's a fair draft pick if he falls around the 100 mark. 
 
Age: 27 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 69 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 104 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 103 
2018 Outlook: Surprisingly hasn't led after ANY round on the PGA TOUR. I'd expect that to change in 2018. Has six career rounds of 7-under or better. He can catch fire quickly. 
 
Age: 23 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 124 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 76 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 68 
2018 Outlook: Amazing that he's still just 23 years old. He doesn't have any PGA TOUR status at the moment or else he'd easily be in the top 50. Looking at his 2017 numbers on the European Tour, the only golfers that posted better strokes gained per round in 2017 (min 30 rounds) were Sergio Garcia, Tyrrell Hatton, Tommy Fleetwood, Rafa Cabrera Bello, and Peter Uihlein. Fitz is the youngest of the bunch. It all boils down to status, though. A high-risk pick since he'll only have WGCs, majors, and sponsor's invite to earn that status, while also maintaining a schedule on the Euro Tour. 
 
Age: 38 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 72 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 93 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 79 
2018 Outlook: Went through a rough patch mid-2017, finishing outside the top 40 in 11 straight events. Finished strong with finishes of T10 and T8 at the Shriners and RSM Classic. Most of his success has come on short Bermuda tracks but his lone win came at Muirfield Village, a demanding track with bentgrass greens. Go figure. 
 
Age: 50 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 75 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 22 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 25 
2018 Outlook: He still has the game to contend out on TOUR but at his age, he is perfectly content with a very limited schedule. He will also likely spend a bit more time on the Champions circuit. Hard to get too excited about drafting him. 
 
Age: 35 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 79 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 87 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 93 
2018 Outlook: The four-time winner hasn't found the circle since 2011 but has posted 23 top 25s over the past three seasons. The Texan has finished runner-up once in all three of those seasons. The game isn't showing any decline so I'd look for more of the same in 2018. 
 
Age: 34 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 52 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 96 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 109 
2018 Outlook: Very steady off the tee, struggles on approach and around the greens. Runs hot and cold with the flat stick. That's the recipe for a lot of top 50s but he'll need to make some strides with his irons if he wants to turn those top 50s into top 20s on a consistent basis. 
 
Age: 39 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 62 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 85 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 89 
2018 Outlook: A steady grinder approaching his 40s. Has earned between $890K and $1.6 Million in 8-of-10 seasons on TOUR. 
 
Age: 30 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 83 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 92 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 98 
2018 Outlook: At times you wonder how he hasn't won on TOUR. Other times you wonder how he has a TOUR card. Took him a few years to get comfortable on American soil, particularly dealing with the grass types. Should be ready to kick it up a notch and perhaps show why he won seven times on the Asian Tour. 
 
Age: 37 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 128 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 62 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 47 
2018 Outlook: His first attempt at playing on the PGA TOUR resulted in a 7-for-15 record back in 2013. He'll give it another go in 2018. Has the skills to contend in the strongest of fields, so he should really rake in a few weaker-field events. Has a home in Lake Nona so playing in America won't require any learning. 
 
Age: 22 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 137 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 137 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 137 
2018 Outlook: I think we need to throw out his early PGA TOUR results since he was not 100% healed from his shoulder injury. Now with a card locked up and health looking great, Hossler is a prime candidate for a breakout season. 
 
Age: 21 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 139 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 91 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 102 
2018 Outlook: Won the 2016 NCAA Individual title while at Oregon. Took him just two starts on the Mackenzie Tour to find the winner's circle and proceeded to win on the Web.com Tour. Just like Spaun, he looks like to have the winning edge. He's playing out of the Web.com Tour reshuffle category which is the only downside for Wise. Has more value in dynasty leagues but I fully expect him to contend a time or two in 2018. 
 
Age: 27 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 68 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 90 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 99 
2018 Outlook: It took him 22 starts to win on the Mackenzie Tour and just 19 starts to win on the Web.com Tour. He's pegged it 36 times on the PGA TOUR now and appears to be circling in on that win. Finished the fall with finishes of T10, T14, RUNNER UP. Dealt with rib issues in the middle of 2017 but looks perfectly fine heading into 2018 as a breakout candidate. 
 
Age: 39 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 97 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 103 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 29 
2018 Outlook: Was it the Volvik balls or was it the massive weight loss that produced the 2017 decline of Bubba? I guess we'll find out now that he's back to Titleist. A good rebound candidate in 2018 but as I point out later with Jason Day and Adam Scott, sometimes a rebound is easy to rationalize for a golfer but it's still very hard to find lost form. 
 
Age: 29 
2017 Total Strokes Gained Rank: 65 
2017 Strokes Gained per Round Rank: 86 
Four-Year Weighted SG Rank: 113 
2018 Outlook: Tway is often still considered a "young gun" by many analysts but that's mostly due to him taking so long to cement his status. He was dreadful in his first attempt as a full-time PGA TOUR player but last year posted a 21-for-27 record. Finished the season ranked 39th in eagle rate. With a little confidence now under his belt, it might be time for "The Son of Bob" to finally breakout. 
 

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Josh Culp joined Rotoworld in 2014. The DFS enthusiast from Iowa State can be found on Twitter @futureoffantasy.
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