If 2012's fantasy football final-scoring standings looked exactly like your typical ADP board or mock draft, there'd be no point in playing this fickle game.
There will be players in the first round that are less valuable than players you picked in the fourth round. Or the seventh round. Even still, there will be first-round picks that will be the cornerstone of your team, and seventh round picks that make you stay up all night scouring the waiver wire to get a flex-play for the weekend.
Here are ten players that you can draft across the board, regardless of round, that will outperform their draft expectations and your opponent's team on a weekly basis.