Here is a simple tool you can use for your May Best Ball research and also use for a barometer of how the fantasy football community is reacting to the NFL news which typically drives average draft position. The sheet is very simple. In the first column is the ADP from BestBall10 drafts that have occurred, post-NFL draft and rookie minicamps, during the month of May. The next column over is the overall ADP starting February 1st, when BestBall10s kicked off. The “change” column indicates how many slots the ADP has changed, and is color coded from RED (negative change, meaning the ADP has gotten lower recently) to BLUE (positive change, meaning the ADP has gotten higher recently). Feel free to use it as a supplement to the Best Ball Cheat Sheet and general research tool.