49. Yovani Gallardo
50. Brian McCann
51. Jon Lester
52. Eric Hosmer
53. Dan Uggla
54. Brett Lawrie
55. Michael Bourn
56. Desmond Jennings
57. Craig Kimbrel
58. Buster Posey
59. Matt Cain
60. Brandon Phillips
Lowest risk, most consistent hitters
Dan Uggla: Uggla was one of the most frustrating players to own last season, and was borderline startable for the first half of the season. That said, by the end of the season he managed to finish with stats not too far off his career average. In 2012, he should be settled in with the Braves and a slump like we saw to start 2011 is highly unlikely.
Uggla would be a risky pick earlier in the draft, however if he's still around in the fifth-round, he provides almost a guaranteed 30 home runs and easily puts up fifth-round numbers on the low end in 2012.
Brandon Phillips: Phillips is another unexciting fantasy player, however you are almost guaranteed 80-100 runs, 20 home runs, 80-95 RBIs and 15-20 stolen bases. He may not be the the centerpiece of your team, but he'll provide steady production.
Lowest risk, most consistent pitchers
Yovani Gallardo: Gallardo consistently provides an ERA near 3.50, a WHIP between 1.20 and 1.30, and over 200 strike outs. If you need strike outs by the fifth round and can deal with a player who provides average ratios, Gallardo is a safe option.
Jon Lester: Over the past four years, Lester has finished each season with an ERA under 3.50 and a WHIP under 1.27. Lester also provides strike outs, and twice racked up 225 in a season. Boston should be rearing to go in 2012 after the 2011 collapse, and Lester should be able to threaten 20 wins once again.
Matt Cain: Over Cain's previous three seasons, he finished with an ERA of 2.88, 3.14, and 2.89, a WHIP of 1.08, 1.08, and 1.18, and a strike out total of 179, 177 and 171. Those numbers are consistent, and you should have no reservation about drafting him in the fifth-round.