3. Tim Lincecum, RHP – While Lincecum's rookie year wasn't spectacular (7-5, 4.00 ERA), he'll be drafted around the ninth round because of his potential. He had 150 strikeouts in 146 1/3 innings last season, so he could be among the league leaders in strikeouts if he pitches around 200 innings. Lincecum could win 15-20 games, but it's more likely that he'll have 10-15 wins. He's only going to improve over the next few seasons, so grab him in keeper leagues if he's not already owned by someone else.