ESPN Fantasy Projection: The closest player to a 40/40 season in eight years -- he fell three steals shy and might have done it, if not for a left groin strain that cost him the final three regular-season games -- Acuna will be a popular choice for anyone picking first overall. He brings an appealing combination of youth/potential growth, power/speed and beneficial circumstances as the projected leadoff man for the overall seventh-best scoring offense (third in the National League) from 2019. Both Acuna's quality of contact and raw speed metrics grade among the league's elite, so he's as good a bet to deliver on the first-round investment as anyone in baseball. That said, he's not entirely without flaws. He has a lot of holes in his swing, missing on more than 30% of his cuts after the 2019 All-Star break alone, putting his batting average at risk and leading to strikeouts that eat into his points-league production. In fact, last year, he was the No. 2 player on rotisserie teams, but only No. 16 in points formats. Keep that mind if you play the latter format, but in the former, Acuna is one of the three most logical candidates to begin your draft.