In 156 at-bats last year, Goldschmidt hit eight homers and nine doubles, drove in 26 runs, and posted an impressive .224 ISO (slugging minus batting average). In 1,178 minor league at-bats from ages 21 through 23, he blasted 83 homers and slugged .620 with a 1.026 OPS. First base is deceptively shallow this year, with the top six first basemen likely to be gone by the 25th or 30th overall pick. If you miss out on those guys, let me offer you Goldschmidt, who is coming off the board about 120 picks later, a full 10 rounds in a 12-team league. He plays in a very hitter-friendly park, especially for right-handed hitters, making him a bargain play among first basemen.