From Advanced Sports Media:
The Draft Analyzer - Mock Draft for Fantasy Football 2012 allows you to cruise through a full mock draft in a matter of minutes. You select the league size and your draft position and then try to draft the best possible team. Ever wonder if you would have drafted a better team had you waited to pick your QB and drafted that top tier WR earlier? Want to see if you can beat the RB-RB draft theory? Using the forward and reverse controls you can quickly and easily test those strategies and many more in order to optimize your team for the 2012 fantasy football season.Key Features1. Simulate and save an unlimited number of Mock Drafts2. Make picks for your team and for other teams, or let the Player Recommendation Engine do the dirty work3. Select your league size, draft position and roster requirements4. Utilize player rankings based on standard scoring rules or download personalized player rankings from your Draft Analyzer Web account5. Player Rankings for 500+ players and defensive teams6. Includes ADP values, Bye-weeks and projected fantasy points for 2012 for all playersDont know your draft position yet? Practice with an early, mid or late draft spot to make sure you are prepared for any scenario. Already know your draft position? Find out what players will be available for you in every round. See if a good RB will still be available for you in round 2 if you take Andre Johnson in round one. Find out what round you should grab Michael Vick or Aaron Rodgers before someone else drafts them. Try targeting players for certain rounds while still building the best overall team.The Draft Analyzer - Mock Draft for Fantasy Football 2012 includes the fantasy sports industrys best Player Recommendation Engine that is the key to optimizing every draft pick. The Draft Analyzer Player Recommendation Engine is the only recommendation engine to be a finalist for Best Innovation by the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (in 2005). The Player Recommendation Engine takes into account:1. League scoring rules2. Your draft position and league size3. Your previously drafted players4. Your roster needs5. Overlapping bye-weeks6. Relative value of players at different positions7. Where players are typically draftedThe Mock Draft Simulator includes expert player rankings and average draft position data based on completed live drafts to provide you with the most realistic and up to date draft simulation available. So download today and get updated rankings through opening day!Advanced Sports Media develops the Draft Analyzer Web and Draft Analyzer Desktop ($29.99-$44.99) for ESPN, CBSSports.com, FantasyGuru.com and other leading fantasy sports websites.