3. Rafael Furcal, SS – It wasn't a spectacular season for Furcal in 2007. After four consecutive seasons with at least 12 home runs, he only hit six last year. Furcal's batting average (.270) was a career low and he only had 47 RBIs, which was his lowest total since 2001. If Furcal can recover this season, then he'll hit around .285 with 10-15 home runs and 30-40 stolen bases. He'll also score 100-110 runs, so he's worthy of being drafted somewhere between the sixth and ninth round.